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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers.....I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2
  
   Quantitative Techniques & Analytics.....I-3
Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3
  
   A Prelude.....II-11$100
   Marine Cargo Traffic: An Overview.....II-2
Maritime Transportation Significance In World Economy.....II-2
1$100
   Containerization Is Directly Proportional to the GDP.....II-3
The Impact of Globalization Over Ports Industry.....II-3
Container Size Plays A Key Role.....II-3
2$125
   Global Maritime Services: Industry Structure.....II-5
Shipping Industry.....II-5
Port Industry.....II-5
GATS Maritime Services Request.....II-5
1$100
   Impact of the 2007-2008 Recession in Retrospect.....II-61$100
   Raw Material Inventory Piles Up As Shipbuilding Declines.....II-7
Seaborne Trade Sails on Turbulent Waters.....II-7
Year 2010 Witnesses Mild Recovery.....II-7
1$100
   Shipping Industry Witnesses Container Shortage in 2010.....II-8
Will Growth be Held Hostage by the European Debt Crisis?.....II-8
1$100
   Outlook.....II-91$100
   Freight Rates On a Rollercoaster Ride.....II-10
Fuel Costs Will Continue to Remain a Key Issue, Post Recession.....II-10
Shipping Industry Look for Alternative Fuels.....II-10
Noteworthy Drivers & Trends.....II-10
Ubiquitous Need for Transport Services: A Fundamental Driver.....II-10
1$100
   Rising Scale and Complexity of Shipping Networks.....II-11
Shift From Ship-based Approach to Network Cost Approach.....II-11
Growing Demand for Large Vessels.....II-11
1$100
   Trend for Larger LNG Vessels.....II-12
Vessel Lay-Ups, Service Rationalizations: The Need of Hour.....II-12
Slow-Steaming: A Key Stratagem.....II-12
1$100
   Technological Advancements: The Way to Go!.....II-13
Widespread Public Awareness: A Crucible for Success.....II-13
Growing Co-operation of Maritime and Land Transport.....II-13
1$100
   Overcapacity, Overinvestment will Fan Consolidation Drive.....II-14
Strategic Alliances: A Shot in Arm.....II-14
Shippers to Achieve Differentiation through Client Service.....II-14
Increasing Private Sector Participation.....II-14
1$100
   Climate Control: Switching to Eco-Friendly Fuels.....II-151$100
   Market Restraints.....II-16
Clean Ups at the US Container Ports Require Huge Funding.....II-16
1$100
   Key Challenges to the Market.....II-17
Trade Imbalances: A Key Bottleneck.....II-17
Port Congestion: A Key Issue.....II-17
Challenges in Maintaining Transit times Brisk.....II-17
1$100
   Capacity Overhang Issues.....II-18
Rising Transportation Costs.....II-18
Competition From Alternative Transportation Modes.....II-18
1$100
   Safety and Sustainability, The Prime Concern of the Shipping Sector.....II-191$100
   Key Statistics.....II-20
Table 1: World’s Top 25 Container Ports for the years 2009 & 2010: Breakdown by Container Throughput in Millions TEUs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-20
1$350
   Table 2: Global Container Ship Fleet (2009): Breakdown by Vessel Size (in 000 TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-21

Table 3: Global Cellular Container Fleet (2010): Breakdown by Vessel Size (in 000 TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-21
1$350
   Table 4: Global Cellular Container Fleet Orderbook (2010): Breakdown by Vessel Size (in 000 TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-22

Table 5: World Merchant Fleet (2010): Breakdown of Number of Containers and Vessel Capacity by Flag of Registry (In 000s DWT) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-22
1$350
   Table 6: Global Container Transport (2010): Percentage Breakdown by Trade Route - Intra-Asia, Trans-Pacific, Europe-Far East, Intra-Europe, Trans-Atlantic, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-23

Table 7: World’s Top 5 Container Lines in Terms of Thousand TEUs: 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-23
Exports & Import Statistics.....II-23
Table 8: World Containerized Cargo Exports (2007): Percentage Share Breakdown of Export Volume by Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-23
1$350
   Table 9: World Containerized Cargo Imports (2007): Percentage Share Breakdown of Import Volume by Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-24

Table 10: Global Container Volume Trade (2015F): Percentage Share Breakdown of Export & Import Share by Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-24
1$350
   Maritime Containerization.....II-25
Shipping Container.....II-25
Types of Ocean Vessels.....II-25
Tankers.....II-25
1$100
   Containerships.....II-26
Dry Bulk Vessels.....II-26
General Cargo Ships.....II-26
Specialty Vessels.....II-26
Passenger Carriers.....II-26
1$100
   Maritime Cargo Handling Services.....II-27
Classification of Cargo.....II-27
Dry Bulk.....II-27
Liquid Bulk.....II-27
Other Dry Cargo.....II-27
1$100
   Container Ports.....II-28
Port Management Models.....II-28
Landlord Ports.....II-28
Service Ports.....II-28
Global Container Traffic and Throughput – A Review.....II-28
Introductory Phase (1958-1970).....II-28
Adoption Phase (1970-1990).....II-28
1$100
   Growth Phase (1990-2008).....II-29
Maturity Phase (2008).....II-29
1$100
   AP Moeller-Maersk to Invest in the Expansion of Qingdao Port.....II-30
MAERSK Line and Safmarine to Start Intra-Europe Liner Company.....II-30
TMS Plans to Roll Out an Environment-Friendly Container Carrier.....II-30
Sydney Marine Group Inks MoU with Ports of Delaware and Philadelphia.....II-30
The Middle East Tidewater Company Inks Deal with Hamburg Port Consulting.....II-30
1$100
   China Metal Recycling Acquires Jiangyin Port Container Company.....II-31
Halifax Port Authority Undertakes Capacity Expansion.....II-31
Odebrecht and DP World Enter into Partnership.....II-31
1$100
   Zumax to Construct Container Port.....II-32
Genoil Inks MoU with Tianjin Port.....II-32
Port Manatee Inks MoU with Panama Canal Authority.....II-32
1$100
   Western Railroad Companies and West Coast Ports Enter into Collaboration.....II-33
PODS and UniGroup Sign Services Agreement.....II-33
Southern Rio Grande Container Port Terminal Undergoes Expansion.....II-33
1$100
   Port of Haiphong and Port of Halifax Sign a MoU.....II-34
Iran Establishes Port at Aftab Coast.....II-34
PSA Vietnam, Vietnam National Shipping Lines, and Saigon Port Establishes Port in
  Vietnam.....II-34
Vietnam Starts Construction of Van Phong Container Port.....II-34
Bollore Africa Logistics Syndicate Commences Construction of Pointe-Noire Container
  Terminal.....II-34
1$100
   Hutchison Port Holdings Secures Contract for Operating Container Terminal.....II-35
Team Lines Introduces New Shipping Route.....II-35
DP World Commences Operations at Doraleh Container Terminal.....II-35
PSA to Purchase 49% Share in ABG Kandla Container Terminal.....II-35
1$100
   The CKYH Alliance to Commence Direct Shipping Service.....II-36
DP World to Revamp Muelle Norte Terminal.....II-36
DP World to Establish Saigon Premier Container Terminal.....II-36
MB Capital to Fund Tan Cang-Cai Mep Container Port.....II-36
Vipco to Fund Construction of Container Port Complex at Haiphong.....II-36
1$100
   Goodman Group and GHKLF to Commence Construction of Interlink.....II-37
Maersk Line, DP World Ink Agreement.....II-37
Visakhapatnam Port Trust Expands Cargo Handling Capacity.....II-37
Sical Logistics to Develop Muhan Port.....II-37
ABG Infralogistics Secures Contract from Kolkata Port Trust.....II-37
1$100
   Logistec Corporation Acquires Land in Montreal.....II-38
Oriental Port and Allied Services and Cebu Port Authority Build Bulk Cargo Handling
  Unit.....II-38
Agility Purchases Trafinsa and Trafinsa International.....II-38
Agility Qatar to Merge with Gulf Warehousing Company.....II-38
Agility Establishes Logistics Facility in Malaysia.....II-38
1$100
   Agility Introduces Container Freight Station in Dubai.....II-39
Agility Introduces Ocean and Air Freight Services in Norway.....II-39
Port of Baltimore Receives EPA Grant.....II-39
1$100
   Louis Dreyfus Acquires Minority Stake in ABG Bulk Handling.....II-401$100
   PODS Enterprises Inks Agreement with Wabash.....II-41
MMC to Divest Minority Stake in Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas Sdn Bhd.....II-41
PSA International and Pacific International Lines Enter into Joint Venture.....II-41
China Merchants Holdings Signs Agreement with Vietnam National Shipping Lines.....II-41
DP World Acquires 100% Stake in Chennai Port’s Container Terminal.....II-41
1$100
   Santos Brasil Inks Agreement with Union Armazenagem e Operacoes Portuarias.....II-42
Ports America Enters into Joint Venture with Barbours Cut Intermodal Services.....II-42
Bao Viet Saigon and AonViet Nam Win Insurance Contract.....II-42
Russian Railways and Ports & Free Zone World FZE Ink Agreement.....II-42
Flinders Ports and DP World Ink Agreement.....II-42
1$100
   New Container Terminal Established in Subic Bay.....II-43
Gammon India Wins Contract for Mumbai Port Container Terminal.....II-43
Karimun District Administration to Construct Container Port.....II-43
Cosco Pacific Inks Agreement with Greek Government.....II-43
DP World Acquires Aden Container Port Operations.....II-43
DP World Secures Contract to Construct Initial Phase of London Gateway Port.....II-43
1$100
   DP World Enters into Partnership with ZIM Ports.....II-44
Delta Shipping Lines Includes Port of Gothenburg Enroute to Russia.....II-44
CMA CGM Selects Port of Gothenburg.....II-44
1$100
   ADPC Signs MoU with Borouge.....II-45
NYK Inks Agreement with Hyundai Merchant Marine.....II-45
CMA CGM, APM Terminals Form Subsidiary Company.....II-45
CMA CGM Introduces the SAFRAN Service.....II-45
Tuticorin Port Trust Enhances Cargo Handling Capacity.....II-45
1$100
   MacGREGOR Bags Contract from SE Shipping Lines.....II-46
Sical Logistics Entered into Joint Venture with Jurong Port.....II-46
Deccan Cargo and Maharashtra Airport Development Company Inks MoU.....II-46
Cargotec Corporation Establishes Cargotec Port Security.....II-46
MacGREGOR Secures Contract from Taiwan Power Company.....II-46
Oxbow Carbon Takes Over Minority Stake in United Shippers.....II-46
1$100
   Agility Takes Over Geopetrol International.....II-47
Agility Takes Over CF Geologistics.....II-47
Agility to Take Over Cosa Freight.....II-47
1$100
   Agility Logistics (Kuwait).....II-48
American Stevedoring Incorporated (USA).....II-48
Amerijet International, Inc. (US).....II-48
A.P. Moller-Maersk Group (Denmark).....II-48
1$100
   APL Limited (USA).....II-49
Dubai Ports World Limited (UAE).....II-49
CMA CGM SA (France).....II-49
1$100
   China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company (COSCO) (China).....II-50
China Shipping Container Lines Company Limited (China).....II-50
Evergreen Marine Corp Ltd (Taiwan).....II-50
Evergreen Shipping Agency Corp (USA).....II-50
1$100
   Exel PLC (US).....II-51
Gati Ltd (India).....II-51
Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd (South Korea).....II-51
Hapag-Lloyd AG (Germany).....II-51
1$100
   Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH).....II-52
Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. (Switzerland).....II-52
Metro Ports (USA).....II-52
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK LINE) (Japan).....II-52
PSA International Pte Ltd (Singapore).....II-52
1$100
   SSA Marine Inc. (USA).....II-53
Transport Corporation of India Ltd (India).....II-53
1$100
   Table 11: Global Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-541$350
   Table 12: Global Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region/Country – US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-551$350
   Table 13: Global 15-Year Perspective for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Figures for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2011 & 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-561$350
   A. Market Analysis.....III-1
Market Overview.....III-1
Market Snapshots.....III-1
1$75
   Container Trade in America.....III-2
Rising Imports Will Boost Containerization Growth.....III-2
GDP: A Strong Indicator of Containerization Trends.....III-2
1$75
   Marine Cargo Handling Industry: An Overview.....III-3
Market Trends & Issues: In A Capsule.....III-3
1$75
   US Ports to Go Green.....III-41$75
   Key Statistics.....III-5
Table 14: Leading Ports in US (2008): Breakdown of Port Container Traffic (In 000s) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-5
1$200
   Table 15: North America Container Throughput at Key Container Ports for the year 2008 (in 000 TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-61$200
   Table 16: US Maritime Container Cargo Handled at Key Container Ports for the Years 2007 and 2008 (in Million TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-71$200
   Table 17: Top 20 Ports in United States (2006): Breakdown by Number of Containers Handled (In Millions TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-8

Table 18: Container Entries Into US from All Other Countries by All Transportation Modes for the year 2007 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-8
1$200
   B. Market Analytics.....III-9
Table 19: US Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 Through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-9
1$200
   Table 20: US Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-101$200
   A. Market Analysis.....III-11
Key Statistics:.....III-11
Table 21: Leading Ports in Canada (2008): Breakdown of Port Container Traffic (In 000s) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-11
1$200
   Table 22: Leading Ports in Canada (2006): Breakdown by Cargo Tonnage (In Million Metric Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-121$200
   B. Market Analytics.....III-13
Table 23: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-13
1$200
   Table 24: Canadian Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-141$200
   A. Market Analysis.....III-15
Key Statistics.....III-15
Table 25: Top 5 Container Ports in Japan (2009): Breakdown by Container Throughput in Thousand TEUs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-15
1$200
   B. Market Analytics.....III-16
Table 26: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-16
1$200
   Table 27: Japanese Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-171$200
   A. Market Analysis.....III-18
Market Overview.....III-18
United Kingdom.....III-18
Key Statistics.....III-18
Table 28: Leading Ports in UK (2009): Percentage Share Breakdown by Tonnage (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-18

Table 29: Percentage Share Breakdown of Port Traffic in UK by Mode of Appearance for the year 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-18
1$200
   Table 30: Breakdown of UK Owned Trading Fleet by Vessel Type for the year 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-191$200
   Table 31: Breakdown of UK Registered Fleet by Vessel Type for the year 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-201$200
   B. Market Analytics.....III-21
Table 32: European Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region/Country – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-21
1$200
   Table 33: European Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region / Country – France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-221$200
   Table 34: European 15-Year Perspective for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Figures for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2003, 2011 & 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-231$200
   A. Market Analysis.....III-24
Asia-Pacific.....III-24
China.....III-24
Freight Forwarding Industry.....III-24
1$75
   Chinese Port and Shipping Industry – An Overview.....III-251$75
   Key Statistics.....III-26
Table 35: Cargo and Passenger Throughput of China Ports For the period Jan-Aug 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-26

Table 36: Leading Ports in China (2009): Breakdown of Domestic Trade As a Percentage of Total Container Throughput (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-26
1$200
   India.....III-27
Market Overview.....III-27
Containerization Trends in India.....III-27
1$75
   Bottlenecks.....III-28
Marine Cargo Handling Services.....III-28
Government Initiatives for Developing Marine Cargo Handling Sector.....III-28
India – A Lucrative Marine Container Handling Destination.....III-28
1$75
   Indian Shipbuilding Industry: An Overview.....III-29
Impact of Import Duty Reduction on Raw Material for Ship-Repair-Units.....III-29
1$75
   Key Statistics.....III-30
Table 37: Leading Container Ports in India (2007): Breakdown of Container Traffic In Thousand TEUs and Tonnage (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-30
1$200
   Table 38: Leading Container Ports in India: Breakdown of Container Capacity In Thousand TEUs As of March 2007 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-31

Table 39: Indian Maritime State (2008): Percentage Share Breakdown of Traffic at Non-Major Ports (State-wise) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-31
Hong Kong.....III-31
Freight Forwarding Industry – An Overview.....III-31
1$200
   Snapshot of Marine Cargo Handling Services.....III-32
Key Statistics.....III-32
Table 40: Hong Kong Port Cargo Throughput: Breakdown of Inward and Outward Movement for the year 2008 (in Million Tons).....III-32
1$200
   Table 41: Container Vessel Arrivals in Hong Kong: Breakdown of Vessel Type for the year 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-33

Table 42: Hong Kong Port Container Throughput: Breakdown by Vessel Type and Handling Location for the year 2008 (in Million TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-33
1$200
   Analysis of Freight Movement by Transportation Mode.....III-34
Key Statistics.....III-34
Table 43: Hong Kong Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Freight Movement by Transportation Mode – Rail, Road, Air, Sea and River Freight Volume Independently Analyzed in Thousand Tons for years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-34
1$200
   Table 44: Hong Kong Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for Air/Sea Cargo Forwarding Services Market Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-351$200
   Malaysia.....III-36
Key Statistics.....III-36
Table 45: Leading Container Ports in Malaysia (2008): Breakdown by Container Throughput in Thousand TEUs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-36
1$200
   B. Market Analytics.....III-37
Table 46: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region/Country – China, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, India, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-37
1$200
   Table 47: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region / Country – China, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, India, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-381$200
   Table 48: Asia-Pacific 15-Year Perspective for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region– Percentage Breakdown of Volume Figures for China, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, India, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2003, 2011 & 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-391$200
   A. Market Analysis.....III-40
Brazil.....III-40
Market Overview.....III-40
Table 49: Top 10 Container Ports in Brazil (2008): Breakdown by Amount of Containers Handled (In Millions TEUs) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-40
1$200
   Mexico.....III-41
Key Statistics.....III-41
Table 50: Leading Ports in Mexico (2008): Breakdown of Port Container Traffic (In 000s) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-41
1$200
   B. Market Analytics.....III-42
Table 51: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region/Country – Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-42
1$200
   Table 52: Latin American Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region/Country – Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-431$200
   Table 53: Latin American 15-Year Perspective for Maritime Container Throughput by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Volume Figures for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America Markets for Years 2003, 2011 & 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-441$200
   A. Market Analysis.....III-45
The Middle East.....III-45
1$75
   Table 54: Middle East: Major Seaport Expansion Projects in Pipeline (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-46
Africa.....III-46
1$200
   Table 55: Leading Ports in South Africa (2010): Percentage Share Breakdown of Container Ports by Trade Volume (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-47
B. Market Analytics.....III-47
Table 56: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2009 Through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-47
1$200
   Table 57: Rest of World Historic Review for Maritime Container Throughput Analyzed with Annual Volume Figures in Thousand TEUs (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units) for Years 2003 through 2008 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-481$200
    
 
 


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