Report Discusses Container Terminal Focus to 2007

Tuesday, October 14, 2003
OneStone Consulting Group in Buxtehude/Hamburg has just finished a new market report about the container handling industry. The executive style report provides key market indicators on container throughput, including a detailed outlook to 2007 in five geographic world areas. Moreover latest container terminal benchmarks are presented and discussed to improve terminal and crane productivity and to overcome terminal bottlenecks. The report also examines the world market for container handling equipment by market potential and market shares of suppliers, together with a project list of new container terminal investments by the year 2007 and beyond. The market report is unique not just because of the comprehensive contents but also the form of presentation, which combines easy to understand findings and more than 250 ready to use charts and diagrams. The report is intended for the management and planning departments of terminal operators, shipping lines and equipment manufactures. Port authorities are given a payment return guarantee, if not fully satisfied with the report. “Container Terminal Focus 2007” consist of 5 different parts with a total of 450 pages and will cost € 2750, but individual parts can also be purchased. After the release of a first report in 1999 on container terminal equipment and projects, this is OneStone’s second market report in the sector.

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