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GOOD NEWS THURSDAY – 30th Nov 2023

While the rest of South African ports are suffering with chronic congestion and delays, the PoCT is fluid, with...

Good morning Colleagues

As always, the Cape is different and strives to be as such! We do not disappoint!

While the rest of South African ports are suffering with chronic congestion and delays, the PoCT is fluid, with 3 vessels alongside at CTICC,  2 at MPT and 3 at FPT, and no berthing delays!

In fact, the message is ‘PoCT is open for business’ – we are aware of daily discussions between the national EXCO team of TNPA of how to manage the situation, for Cape Town to assist the other ports with their chronic backlog.

Stats for week  20 – 26/11 below:

  • CTCT : 15861 TEU handled, 14 GCH 32 SWH 23.75 hours wind delay, 14.6 hours ranging, on 26th November 3110 TEU handled; 14% night utilisation 305 rail moves
  • CTMPT : 3159 TEU Handled target 2736 13 GCH 14 SWH 1255v truck gate moves TTAT 18 minutes
  • FPT :  60% occupancy, 8 Vessels handled, 4 container, 2 multi cargo, 1 fruit, 1 breakbulk; 2959 TEU handled, 4866.23 MT General Cargo B/B; Fruit 1474 pallets .
  • Equipment : 7 RTGs on track for early December arrival, 6 hydraulic units end December, 7 gantries fully operational

Please do not forget our last function for 2023, on Monday, 4th December at CTICC 1 – tickets are selling fast!

See you on Monday!