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Ports and partners work to move more citrus exports

THE first of the citrus season’s longest trains has arrived at the Durban Container Terminal Pier 2 from Limpopo, with 48 forty-foot containers of...

DCT Pier 2 PSP on track, a few hurdles to go – Sanqu

TRANSNET board chair, Andile Sangqu said on Friday 1 March, that the board has approved that Transnet proceeds to finalise the contract award to...

DCT teams pilot 100-day capacity-building programme

TRANSNET Port Terminals (TPT), in partnership with the University of Pretoria (UP), has launched an outcomes-based initiative that upskills employees across all levels in...

Durban Port Terminals get set for the citrus season

TRANSNET Port Terminals says that, as the peak retail season ends, the Durban Container Terminal (DCT) Pier 2 is gearing up for the citrus...

2024: Growth in KZN?

OUR regional economy is influenced by national and global factors, many of which local businesses can only react and adapt to. On a national...

Container terminals’ backlog costs business millions, and Transnet nothing

THE South African Association of Freight Forwarders estimates that the 96 vessels waiting at anchorage outside the country’s commercial ports, is costing R98 million...

High expectations of PSP partner in Durban container terminal Pier 2 deal

THERE is pressure on both Transnet Port Terminals and its preferred private sector participation (PSP) partner, International Container Services Inc (ICTSI), to demonstrate that...

Transnet chooses Manila-based partner to take Durban’s Container Terminal into a new era

TRANSNET announced on Monday that it has selected International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI), as the preferred bidder for the 25-year joint venture with...

Improved efficiency at DCT Pier 2

IN ongoing efforts to reduce vessel stay, the Durban Container Terminal Pier 2 has more than quadrupled its landside yard capacity for empty containers. This...

Allegations of corruption under investigation at Richards Bay Port Terminals

TRANSNET Port Terminals said on Friday, June 2, that it had recently been alerted to alleged corrupt activities taking place in coal truck queues...

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Weather conditions reduce season’s orange exports

A FURTHER downward adjustment was made to the latest projected export figures for Navels, while the category for Valencia oranges received its biggest projection...

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