In Doha, Qatar:
05 / 7 / 2020
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The Port of Mesaieed, Mesaieed Industrial City (MIC), is situated at the terminus of the 36 nautical mile and the 40 nautical mile buoyed, partly dredged channel.

The port has been specially designed to provide services and facilities for customers in proximity to Mesaieed Industrial City. The strategic location of the facility enables it to serve as a hub for handling the raw materials required by local industrial complexes. The Port of Mesaieed provides dedicated container handling services at the CT7 Container Terminal, operated by Milaha Port Services. The terminal offers an annual container throughput capacity of 500,000 TEUs, and employs the most modern terminal procedures and management principles with state-of-the-art technology in all aspects of operations.
Located within Mesaieed Industrial City limits, the CT7 Container Terminal was the first purpose-built and fully equipped modern container terminal developed in Qatar.  It was designed and built to serve the requirements of Qatar Aluminum (Qatalum), and the Qatar Plastic Compounding Company (QPCC) for raw materials. Products manufactured for export are loaded into containers directly at the production facilities, and are transported by truck to the terminal. The facility’s administrative offices are also located near the terminal.

Qatalum’s first container loaded with ingots for export arrived at Mesaieed Port on the 14th of December 2009, and was loaded onto the first barge shipment on the 18th of December, coinciding with Qatar’s National Day, commemorating the beginning of Qatalum’s exports from Qatar.

The CT7 Container Terminal began operations on May 1st 2011. Container Planning, Stevedoring operations and engineering maintenance at the terminal are handled by Milaha Port Services and the Mesaieed Port Department Management Team.  
  • Port Operations: 24 Hours/Day- 7 Days/Week (excluding official holidays)