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SMW: Box ports struggle to accommodate carrier demands

Limited infrastructural investment and poor road networks on the island of Java have left ports unable to attract larger ships and unable to compete for business. Meanwhile Top 20 box ports must invest in digitalisation so they can compete for business on the global routes. The disconnect between carriers’ strategies and the economic needs of countries they serve is growing ever wider

Cascading of container ships has left many ports unable to accommodate vessels allocated for intra-regional trade

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