INTERNATIONAL Container Terminal Services has reiterated its ongoing support and commitment to key projects in Pakistan.

ICTSI Asia Pacific head Andrew Dawes and chief of subsidiary Pakistan International Container Terminal, Khurram Aziz Khan, recently met with Governor Imran Ismail of Sindh Province.

At the meeting, Mr Dawes and Mr Khan reiterated ICTSI Group’s support and commitment to the emerging development projects in the region to benefit the port’s hinterland and stakeholder communities.

In turn, Governor Ismail commended PICT for providing value-added services and for closely collaborating with the business community to improve the ease of doing business in the Port of Karachi, the country’s busiest maritime gateway.


Headquartered and established in 1988 in Manila, Philippines, ICTSI manages and develops ports around the world, including Victoria International Container Terminal in Australia.

ICTSI has a majority shareholding in PICT and holds a concession for the construction, development, operations and management of a common user container terminal at Karachi Port for a period of 21 years, commencing 2002.