JICT sees 30% drop in container handling
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The country's largest shipping terminal forecasts container handling to plunge heavily this year due to slowing exports and imports. Resulting from the impacts of the deepening global economic meltdown, the Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) president director Derek J. Pierson said, shipping businesses were estimated to drop by 30 percent overall this year, with export activi...
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