Shipping lines are unable to offer mainline services from Indonesia to North America and Europe because of a lack of port capacity, Jakob Friis Sorenson, president director of Maersk Indonesia, has claimed.
With all ports operating at maximum capacity, mainline services are unable to call, he says.
Indonesia is one of the fastest-growing Asian markets. If port investment were privatised, he added, many lines would boost calls in the country.
Date: September 25, 2011 Source: Port Strategy