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Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast 2018

Annual Review and Forecast

July 2018

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Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast

The definitive annual review

One of the most detailed assessments of the global container ports and terminals market, with unrivalled coverage and depth of insight, analysis and commentary.

 

Key areas of analysis covered by this long-standing Drewry ’annual’ include:

  • Global container terminal industry structure

  • League tables and performance of global/international terminal operators

  • Detailed analysis of operator strategies, portfolios and risk profiles

  • Forecast capacity by terminal operator to 2022

  • Port industry financial analyses

  • Individual analysis of 33 terminal operators and investors

  • Regional “top 10 owners/operators” analysis

  • Terminal supply / demand forecasts for 20 world regions to 2022

This market defining annual report has become something of an “industry bible”. Used not just within the port and shipping industry but also further afield by banks and financial institutions. It provides a level of quality and depth of analysis not available elsewhere.

 

Additional content and analysis include:

  • Factfile infographics for each global/international terminal operator

  • Enhanced analysis of terminal ownership complexities

  • Focus on shipping lines’ terminal interests and strategies


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Fast facts

  • League tables and performance rankings of international terminal operators

  • Detailed analysis of operator strategies, portfolios and risk profiles

  • Forecast capacity by terminal operator to 2022

  • Individual analysis of 33 terminal operators and investors

  • Analysis of regional “top 10 owners/operators”

  • Terminal supply/demand forecasts for 20 world regions to 2022

What people think

"As a global leader in the liner shipping industry, CMA CGM requires comprehensive and independent data and analysis on the port industry. Drewry's ‘Annual Global Container Terminal Operators’ report provides this. In addition, CMA CGM's high-standards and service expectations are met by Drewry’s excellent after-sales support."
Bertrand SIMION, Vice President - Marketing & Sales, CMA CGM
Bertrand SIMION
Vice President - Marketing & Sales
CMA CGM
"The Drewry Global Container Terminal Operator Report is an extremely valuable tool for any port and shipping industry analyst or observer."
Tom Boyd, Communications Director, APM Terminals
Tom Boyd
Communications Director
APM Terminals
"The analyses contained in the Drewry report, 'Global Container Terminal Operators', represents a very useful resource. We have great respect to those collecting, verifying and validating the data and putting it into this comprehensive format."
Hapag-Lloyd
Hapag-Lloyd
"Drewry data is the single most authoritative source leading the industry bar none!"
Modern Terminals Ltd
Modern Terminals Ltd
"I like your reports. You seem to be the only place where one can get sensible information about what is going on in the container terminal industry."
Polotec A/S
Polotec A/S

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