COMMENT: Annual container trade capacity is up 8%, but there are fewer services calling at East and Southern Africa (ESAF) box ports. These are among the key findings from a new report from consultant Dynamar.
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COMMENT: Dynamar’s latest container trade report on the West Africa Container Trades highlights the trends of increasing ship sizes and the recent fall in the number of carriers active in the West African trade lane, which has led to a reduction in the number of vessels deployed and in services, writes Mike Mundy
As cargo container volumes continue to rise worldwide, congestion increasingly becomes a problem. But, Dynamar BV says terminal over-capacity is now needed to prevent congestion.
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