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The transformation of South Africa’s supply chains through a systemic reform of state-owned port and rail owner and operator Transnet could be subject to further delays from a fresh legal bid that disputes the recent concession of a Durban container terminal.

According to a report in local publication Business Live, AP Moller-Mærsk’s port operating unit APM Terminals launched a legal bid in South Africa questioning the validity of Transnet’s decision to award a 25-year concession to Filipino operator International Container Terminal ...

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