COSCO Shipping Ports (CSP) aims to provide more effective and efficient supply chain services through a new alliance with GLP China Holdings Limited and Eshipping Global Supply Chain Management (Shenzhen) Company Limited.
COSCO Shipping Ports (CSP) will use Navis’ N4 terminal operating system (TOS) to improve the efficiency of its port operations.
COMMENT: Much of the major port and terminal investments over the past ten to fifteen years have been made by private and corporatised companies from the likes of DP World, PSA, ICTSI and SSA Marine, as well as from firms linked to carriers such as APM Terminals (Maersk), Terminal Link (CMA CGM) and TIL (MSC), to name but a few, writes Ben Hackett.
Chinese ports operator COSCO Shipping Ports saw its global container terminal throughput increase in the half year-on-year by 11.8% to 41.8m teu, the company said.
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