The International Transport Forum has used Jakarta as an example to illustrate how ports with more mixed performance volumes could attract future calls from very large container ships.
The International Transport Forum (ITF) has made a number of suggestions for policy in Buenos Aires in its Draft Discussion Paper 2017.
The International Transport Forum’s (ITF) comprehensive ‘Ports Policy Review of Chile’ reveals that large gaps have opened up where regulation has not kept pace with reality.
The International Transport Forum (ITF)’s latest report has highlighted policy recommendations to improve the performance and impacts of Chile’s ports.
As the trend for ever-increasing container ship sizes continues, a new International Transport Forum (ITF)/ OECD report warns 24,000 teu vessels could be sailing the world’s oceans by 2020.
A new port authority structure is needed for the Italian port system to fill in “gaps” and put an end to ongoing “critical” problems, says the International Transport Forum.
In a bid to help ports become more competitive, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) recent report looks at mitigating negative port impacts and regaining their role as drivers of urban economic growth.
The latest global freight data highlights concern over economic recovery and exposes the risk of dependence on Asia-led growth, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
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