Ports in Southeast Asia need $13bn boost to handle supply chain shift
Southeast Asian countries will have to increase port capacity by as much as 40m teu to bring the region in line with China, as an alternative manufacturing hub for the global supply chain, according to Drewry.
In addition to significant investment in greenfield sites, existing capacity too will require substantial upgrades to serve an influx of larger box ships
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