There’s no magic pill to ease port congestion worries

There’s no magic pill to ease port congestion worries

Although communications have improved between stakeholders dealing with ports and terminals, and congestion has eased, much still needs to be done, and port productivity remains a concern. Progress that could be made hasn’t been because much of the design, infrastructure and equipment in ports don’t meet the requirements of today’s environment and markets.

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