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World Bank Ranks Beira as Southern Africa’s Most Efficient Port

World Bank Ranks Beira as Southern Africa’s Most Efficient Port

The World Bank recently published the new Container Terminal Performance Index, in which the Port of Beira stands out by achieving the highest ranking of all Container terminals in Southern Africa, ahead of ports such as Durban, Cape Town, Dar Es Salaam and Walvis Bay.

The good performance of the Terminal is a result of the strong investment that Cornelder de Moçambique has made in human resources, infrastructure, equipment and systems, as well as in improving the efficiency of the Port of Beira.

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Despite this feat, the managing director of Cornelder de Moçambique, Jan De Vries, stresses that the Port of Beira will continue to make efforts to “improve its productivity performance”.

“Our ambition is to compete not only with the ports in the region, but also with the most efficient terminals in the world. Therefore, we will continue to invest in training our human capital, in new and modern cranes and faster handling equipment. We are also proud of our in-house development of platforms and systems that make our terminal increasingly efficient,” Jan De Vries stressed.

The Container Terminal Performance Index is produced by the World Bank and ranks ports in a statistical approach, based on ship waiting time in port.

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In 2021, a total of 370 ports worldwide were assessed. King Abdullah Port in Saudi Arabia is currently the highest ranked port worldwide. The ratings are based on a variety of efficiency factors.

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