The two shades of DPD - Nice cover article in the May edition of Maritime Gateway.
Basically, what they say is that more DPD volume is making it difficult for the consignees as segregation has to be done at the port and the containers have to be cherry-picked for each client. That makes the dwell time longer. And port infrastructure doesn’t support this kind of activity. That’s why most ports are built for CFS model.
CFS operators can do two things -
- Concentrate on export and domestic, and less import.
- De-notify some of the areas in CFS and use it for warehousing.
Complete article here @ http://online.fliphtml5.com/uuft/pmfq/