IAPH World Ports Tracker for Q3-Q4 2023 is published

The latest IAPH World Ports Tracker report has been published and has been made available for public use, this time summarising results from the second half of 2023 as reported by IAPH members during the first quarter of 2024. The 110 page report, co-authored by professor Theo Notteboom and professor Thanos Pallis, contains regional breakdowns as well as micro-analyses of latest data from IAPH member port respondees, the S&P Global Port Performance Program and the UNCTAD Liner Shipping Connectivity Index. The report includes updates on vessel call numbers by different shipping segment and sentiment over forecasted vessel traffic, container port performance globally and by region, developments in liner shipping connectivity, plus the regular survey questions on intermodal connectivity, storage and transport availability as well as specific data on cruise and passenger traffic. It also contains highly useful reporting on investment sentiment, where port investments will be focused in the upcoming years, and how the Red Sea crisis has impacted ports. To download your copy, click here.