South Africa Shipping Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

South Africa Shipping Report

South Africa Shipping Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
South Africa Shipping Report
Published Dec 19, 2015
90 pages — Published Dec 19, 2015
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-- deals worth USD-.-bn, focusing on building infrastructure in the African country. The deals were signed during Chinese President Xi Jinping s four-day visit to South Africa, aimed at boosting trade and investment between the two countries. ...Durban Silting Up: The port of Durban is silting up, and this threatens dry bulk handling at the port. Shipping stakeholders have been concerned over insufficient dredging at the facility, and in May, port manager Moshe Motlohi confirmed that sand was coming into the entrance channel, forcing the authorities to narrow it for ships coming in. While the port is adamant the silting up is not a threat for shipping companies, should the problem be allowed to escalate it could cause them to look elsewhere. ...While the port is adamant the silting up is not a threat for shipping companies, should the problem be allowed to escalate it could cause them to look elsewhere. November New Vehicle Sales Rise -.- : New vehicle sales in South Africa increased -.- y-o-y to --,--- units in November, according to the latest consolidated sales data released by the National

...� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - during the month, while light commercial vehicle sales grew -- y-o-y. Strong demand for vehicles will encourage greater volumes through both ro-ro facilities, and through container ports given that there are a number of car assembly plants in South Africa. ...The issue is also affecting the shipping sector fundamentally. In April this year, there was a brief labour dispute at the port of Durban as workers unhappy with the shift pattern - agreed to in ----, according to port manager Moshe Motlohi - went on strike. Should there be further industrial unrest, our growth forecasts would be challenged. ...In April this year, there was a brief labour dispute at the port of Durban as workers unhappy with the shift pattern - agreed to in ----, according to port manager Moshe Motlohi - went on strike. Should there be further industrial unrest, our growth forecasts would be challenged.

...BMI View: We expect positive growth across South Africa s ports in ----. Many South African facilities had a poor ---- in which volumes declined, but we estimate a return to growth in ---- and expect that this will be cemented this year. ...

  
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