The Middle East container terminal transhipment market is set to become more competitive after Abu Dhabi announced this week that its container handling capacity would jump by 50%.
The emirate’s port authority inveiled a $600m development in its South Quay area and Khalifa Port Logistics, as well as $435m expansion at Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT).
The expansion at ADT will see the quay extended from 1,400 metres to 2,265 metres and the …
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