Number of ports experiencing some delays in cross-border trucking services, with rail and barge delays increasing noticeably.
Tag: COVID19 Advisory
IAPH-WPSP COVID19 survey : one quarter of ports responding have an increased share of empty container handling
COVID19-related small-scale shocks aggregated over time now impacting shippers and freights in several regional markets
IAPH-WPSP Barometer Week 45 – upticks in hinterland delays as well as port storage utilization levels for medicines, foodstuffs and consumer goods
Survey from the world’s ports also indicates a possible restructuring of liner container services, a drop in liquid bulk trading and the continued mothballing of cruise services
Latest WPSP COVID19 Barometer Report : ports hold firm on environmental sustainability investments
Latest report points towards momentary stabilisation in the four main areas of operations ports have been reporting in on since April
COVID19 Port Barometer Half Year Report : reverse in port worker availability in world ports during recent weeks. Ports surveyed experience delays in investments
IAPH publishes half-year report of its COVID-19 Port Economic Impact Barometer. Future Barometer to incorporate new features, with global tracker in development.
Last bi-weekly WPSP Barometer confirms overall improvements in hinterland transport, capacity utilization and port worker availability
Summary WPSP-IAPH Barometer available in September with new reporting mechanism under development
High volume vessel calls as a result of blank sailings put pressure on port operations
Post-lockdown traffic added to seasonal tourism and essential roadworks causes delays to cargo and traffic at some ports. Vessel crew changes reported for the first time.
WPSP Survey week 25 : first passenger and ro-pax services restarting with limited capacity in some regions. Reduced cargo volumes intensifies competition in inland transport modes
Ninth WPSP Port Economic Impact Barometer report published following survey of 75 ports around the world
WPSP Survey: ports report regional transshipments on the rise with cargo call volumes flat-lining or falling. Passenger vessel calls remain off the radar
Reports of more high-frequency feeder services to regional ports, whilst many passenger vessel calls remain scrapped