Lloyd’s List One Hundred Ports 2018
Lloyd’s List One Hundred Ports 2018 – the definitive ranking of the world’s largest box facilities
One Hundred Ports 2018 provides the industry’s most comprehensive analysis behind the development of global container port volumes, as well as valuable insight on current and future market dynamics and drivers provided by Lloyd’s List’s award-winning journalists.
- Understand challenges for ports and their stakeholders
The report helps you to mitigate risk by providing you with an independent quantitative and qualitative survey of the world’s largest box facilities.
- Validate regional and international strategies
The report allows you to benchmark your business’s future planning and strategy by providing empirical data, expert advice and analysis of the global port landscape, highlighting key regions of growth and opportunity. The standardised analysis of each port allows you to take a comparative view across different ports.
- Valuable reference tool
A citable source providing a snapshot and benchmark of globalised containerised trade prior to the China-US trade tensions and evolving tariff risk of 2018.
02. Back on track
Strong growth has returned to the upper echelons of the container port premier league, with China leading the way
06. Challenges of container line consolidation
Container terminals live and die by their client container lines, so the health of the carriers will be of major concern to box ports
07. More of the same?
Volumes at the halfway stage of 2018 point to another prosperous year for container ports, but uncertainties risk destabilising positive trade sentiment
08. Dwindling returns
The port operator game was once awash with money, but with returns no longer easy to achieve, its players have been forced to think outside the box
10. Behind the numbers: Chinese supremacy
12. The top 100
Lloyd’s List definitive rankings table
14. Port portfolios
Profiles of all the ports comprising this year’s list from one to 100
90. A to Z
Alphabetical listing of this year’s entries
92. Lloyd’s List
Catch-up on the container trade content that mattered most to readers of Lloyd’s List