Costly port congestion dents optimism
THERE is little doubt that South Africa has benefited from the strength of the dry bulk market, and the conversion of bulk cargoes to containers has gone some way toward balancing trade flows — but congestion at the country’s ports is still resulting in costly delays, writes Nicola Good.
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