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Show simple item record Viljoen, N Bean, W Havenga, J Simpson, Z Jankauskaite, Z Gounder, S Steyn, W de Jonge, G Sambandan, M Laubscher, C Ittmann, H Luke, R Heyns, G 2013-12-17T13:42:05Z 2013-12-17T13:42:05Z 2013-06
dc.identifier.citation Viljoen, N, Bean, W, Havenga, J, Simpson, Z, Jankauskaite, Z, Gounder, S, Steyn, W, de Jonge, G Sambandan, M, Laubscher, C, Ittmann, H, Luke, R and Heyns, G. 2013. 9th state of logistics survey for South Africa: connecting neighbours - engaging the world. Imperial logistics: Germiston, South Africa, pp 1-93 en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-0-7988-5609-6
dc.description Copyright: Imperial Logistics, Germiston, South Africa. Abstract only attached. en_US
dc.description.abstract The 9th State of Logistics survey for South Africa 2012 delivers a message of action. South Africa must make great strides in addressing critical issues relating to the road freight sector, shifting freight from road to rail and addressing rampant skills shortages and misalignment in the logistics sector. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) needs to see governments and the private sector joining hands to realise ambitious inland corridor initiatives and develop a world-class maritime transhipment community that would open the region up for trade. Globally, the scales are tipping that measure the trade-offs favouring economic specialisation, economies of scale and growth in international trade at the cost of a higher demand for freight transport. A reframing of the role of logistics in supporting truly sustainable economic development is imminent. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Imperial Logistics en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries Workflow;11793
dc.subject Logistics sector en_US
dc.subject Rail en_US
dc.subject Infrastructure en_US
dc.subject Maritime en_US
dc.subject Skills shortages en_US
dc.subject Inland freight en_US
dc.title 9th state of logistics survey for South Africa: connecting neighbours - engaging the world en_US
dc.type Book en_US

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