engro vopak terminal

    redefining operational excellence

    Engro Vopak is a joint venture with Royal Vopak of the Netherlands – the world’s largest bulk liquid chemical handling company. The business is engaged in handling, storage and regasification of liquid & gaseous chemicals, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), petrochemicals and bio-fuels.

    Engro Vopak’s terminal is Pakistan’s first cryogenic facility that handles 70% of all liquid chemical imports into Pakistan including Paraxylene (PX), Acetic Acid (AA), Vinyl Chloride Monomer (VCM), Ethylene Dichloride (EDC), Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG), Ethylene along with Phosphoric Acid (PA) imports, which are pumped directly to customer’s facilities.

    • 82,400
      cubic meter

      Storage Capacity

      as of December 2020

    • 6.3%
      contribution

      to Engro Corporation's Consolidated Bottom Line

      as of December 2020

    • 54%
      market share

      in LPG handled through marine imports at

      Karachi as of December 2020

    • zero
      lost time injury

      in 23 Years

      as of December 2020

    Pakistan’s first cryogenic facility

    Engro Vopak’s terminal handles 70% of Pakistan’s liquid chemical and its imports include Paraxylene (PX), Acetic Acid (AA), Vinyl Chloride Monomer (VCM), Ethylene Dichloride (EDC), Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG), Ethylene along with Phosphoric Acid (PA) imports, which are pumped directly to customer’s facilities.

    Engro Vopak successfully expanded its LPG storage capacity in 2012; the total storage capacity for LPG now stands at 7000 MT. The terminal handles 70% of Pakistan’s liquid chemical. Our investment in the terminal operation is now over USD 100m with storage capacity of 82,400 cubic meters.

    Engro Vopak has accomplished safe operation without a single lost time injury and maintained safety and quality per international standards of OHSAS 18001, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, CDI-T, THA and ISPS.

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    Market share in chemicals handling

    Engro Vopak handled 1.47 million tons of chemicals and LPG vs 1.411 millions tons in 2016 with the increase largely attributed to an increase in LPG imports.