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Container Throughput & Terminal Capacity in the Mediterranean

What is the status of actual, planned and intended container terminal capacity in the Mediterranean? How are container volumes estimated to grow over the next 10 years? How is box handling supply expected to develop in the same period? Where might space run tight; where will it remain ample?

Dynamar's latest report "CONTAINER THROUGHPUT & TERMINAL CAPACITY in the MEDITERRANEAN" analyses the present and future container terminal capacity in all Mediterranean ports called by Mediterranean-Far East (31) and North America (17) container services, making up for 43% of relevant Med port handlings.

Terminal capacity (existing and all projected new) data are compared with historic and forecast port throughput, analysing resulting occupancy at both 100% and 75% capacity. Results are tabled per port, per country, per sub-region: West (Europe) Mediterranean, Adriatic, Black Sea, Greece-Turkey, Levant and North Africa.

Features include:

  • Identical, compact profiles and overviews of nearly 95 existing terminals - 40 expansions - 30 new projects - 10 intentions in around 65 different ports and more than 20 countries across the Med

  • Profiled data: Terminal name - operator - location - surface - quay length - depth alongside - number and outreach category of Ship-to-Shore container gantries - mobile harbour cranes - annualized TEU capacity - 2011 TEU handlings - notes - expansion plans

  • 2012/2021 status, annual development and forecast of terminal capacity

  • 2002/2021 historic and forecast port container throughput

  • 5-year TEU throughput of all Mediterranean ports: more than 51 million TEU in 2011!

  • 5-year full TEU volumes Mediterranean-Far East trade (country/country)

  • 5-year full TEU volumes Mediterranean-North America trade (country/country)

  • All Mediterranean-Far East and North America container services

  • Profiled data: Trade name - carrier(s) - frequency - full port rountrip - number and TEU capacity of ships - notes, if any

  • Mediterranean ports of call analyses for both trades 

  • Complete overview of all facilities in dynamic Turkey - ditto all Black Sea countries

  • Historic and forecast GDP growth per country

  • Transhipment shares of the 13 main hubs and the associated feeder volumes

  • International and Global Terminal Operators' Mediterranean and their individual port presence

This study complements "INTRA-MEDITERRANEAN (2012) CONTAINER TRADES" published in early 2012.

All information for "CONTAINER THROUGHPUT & TERMINAL CAPACITY in the MEDITERRANEAN" has been collected, researched and analysed in the period June/August 2012 - the report has been updated in April 2013 and is immediately available for download!


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