Port Overview Africa - 1st Half 2015


Report highlights a new approach to the West African trade, improved schedule reliability marred by infrastructure deficits in African hinterland connections, limited improvements in vessel waiting time and an overall increase in average vessel size calling at African ports.

In its inaugural issue, Port Overview Africa highlights main incidents and developments in Africa ports in the first half of 2015. The report will be published biannually thereafter.

The owners of the portal portoverview.com* have produced their first analytical report that measures African port incidents and analyses trends, new developments and carrier shipping performance statistics on the main African trades with Asia and Europe.

The report is the first of its kind to provide data since October 2012 on incidents in African ports and will be produced every six months to provide an accurate tool for shippers, traders, logistics and terminal operators, as well as port authorities, investment institutions and non-governmental bodies.

The first report features four major drivers of African trade including African main port highlights with a congestion update, schedule reliability for the African trades to and from Asia and Europe, average dwell times and vessel size development at Africa's main ports.

Total price: € 1000,00