Container throughput in GCC countries is more than six times the world average © AFP/Getty Images
Container throughput in GCC countries is more than six times the world average © AFP/Getty Images

Gulf port operators looking to partner with logistics firms

9 March 2021

Infrastructure investment has led to GCC ports becoming under-utilised as supply outstrips demand, a report has found.

Excess capacity in the Gulf region has resulted in a port utilisation rate of 55%, compared to a global average of 62%, said the report by KPMG Lower Gulf.

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