The Middle East Gulf region could be faced with substantial overcapacity of container terminal and air cargo infrastructure if all planned projects proceed, a new report from Transport Intelligence (Ti) warns.
Almost every major port, from Oman north to Kuwait, has substantial upgrades planned, The Middle East Investment Opportunities 2018 report says.
“An audit of GCC [Gulf Cooperation Council] and Iran airport and port infrastructure reveals that the UAE remains the dominant …
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