Australia’s ongoing port congestion has left transport operators fuming over mounting container detention charges.
According to the Container Transport Alliance of Australia (CTAA), the current bottlenecks are caused by high peak season volumes, Covid-related labour shortages, terminal equipment malfunctions and lingering industrial relations disruptions.
CTAA director Neil Chambers told The Loadstar: “The biggest delays have been occurring at the port of Melbourne, where all three container terminals have had their difficulties and …
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Source: The Loadstar