Report: Greenfield projects seeing comeback at ports

Companies operating container terminals at ports are showing increasing interest in greenfield projects, consultancy Drewry writes in a new report.


Good times in the container business have ports expanding their capacity, and an important part of such expansion will be the uptake of projects built entirely from scratch – rather than expanding something that already exists.

According to maritime supply chain and consultancy firm Drewry, operators of port terminals have gained ”increased appetite for higher-risk greenfield projects to deliver long-term growth.”

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