Ocean Shipping Consultants Release Container Ports and Terminals Report

Thursday, November 08, 2007
Ocean Shipping Consultants are pleased to announce the release of a new in-depth study that looks at the market for container ports and terminals and summarizes the major strategic issues facing the market. 'Container Port Strategy' summarizes the issues driving the market and details OSC's latest demand projections. The study details forecasted demand growth by region; the impact of new industry structures; productivity and regional trends; definition of changes in the terminal market; the impact of emerging rules and regulations; approaches to the container terminal tendering process; ways of reducing environmental impact and easing congestion. The study is essential analysis for all terminal operators, developers, shipping lines and all those engaged in this market sector.

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