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PUBLISHER: Freight News (www.freightnews.co.za)

Transnet has announced plans to change Durban Container Terminal’s (DCT) Pier 1 and 2 box storage procedure timing to reduce truck congestion and improve terminal stack fluidity.

Transnet said in a statement on Thursday that it would be changing the counting of the free 78 hours of container storage to be effective from the date that a container is offloaded and stored in the port’s stacking area. The parastatal said that the change was in line with the port’s efforts to remove inefficiencies from the supply chain to improve terminal stack fluidity.

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