• Cargo handling: This is the core function of a seaport. It involves loading and unloading cargo from ships, loading and unloading cargo from yard, including containers, bulk goods (like grain or coal), and break-bulk cargo (general merchandise). Weighing cargo on trucks entering or leaving the port to determine accurate charges.
  • Storage: KTCPort provides temporary storage facilities for cargo awaiting onward transportation or customs clearance. This may include warehouses, container yards, and open storage areas.
  • Transportation: KTCPort connects to a network of roads, railways, that facilitate the movement of cargo to and from the port.
  • Vessel services: KTCPort provide essential services to ships, such as stevedoring, bunkering (refueling), crew changes, waste disposal, and repairs.