Global port performance rankings released: Ningbo Port falls out of the top ten

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On June 4, the World Bank and S&P Global Market Intelligence jointly released the latest Global Container Port Efficiency Index (CPPI) 2023, with a total of 405 container ports appearing in the list

In the global port performance rankings, Shanghai Yangshan Port stood out among the 405 container ports in the world, ranking first for two consecutive years!

Shenzhen Chiwan Port soared from 24th in 2022 to sixth place, and Guangzhou Port ranked eighth in the world, up one place from 2022!

However, Ningbo Port, China’s second largest container port, fell from seventh in the world in the latest global port performance rankings to 12th place, missing the top ten

The latest global container port performance index shows that ports in East Asia and Southeast Asia performed well in 2023, occupying 13 seats in the top 20.

It is reported that the Global Container Port Efficiency Index (CPPI) is a data-based comparable index that measures port operating efficiency based on factors such as the actual number, type, waiting and operation time of ships at the port (the time from the ship arriving at the port to completing the cargo exchange and leaving the berth). It ranks 405 container ports around the world.