Transport Observatory - Publication

Economic Outlook 023

Period: Q2 2020

This issue's special dossier focuses on the impact of COVID-19 on international cargo transport.

The analysis of the evolution of the main indicators reveals that an average of 12 ships waited at anchorage per day.

Imported used vehicles dwell time dropped from 20 to 27 days at the SOCOMAR park.

Rail freight increased by about 12.7% and stood at 427,538 tons.

Air freight decreased by 32.6%, with 2,914 tons.

Economic Outlook 022

Period: Q1 2020

According to the analysis of the evolution of the main indicators, an average of 13 ships waited at anchorage per day.

Imported used vehicles dwell time dropped from 19 to 20 days at the SOCOMAR park.

Rail freight decreased by 0.2% after registering 398,478 tons.

Air freight was estimated at 4,132 tons, representing decrease of 19%

Economic Outlook 021

Period: Q4 2019

This issue's special dossier focuses on Cameroon's use of Incoterms in its international trade.

The analysis of the evolution of the main indicators reveals that an average of 10 ships waited at anchorage per day.

Imported used vehicles dwell time dropped from 19 to 15 days at the TMFD.

Rail freight decreased by about 7% and stood at 390,421 tons.

Air freight increased by 11,2%, with 5,094 tons.

Economic Outlook 020

Period: Q3 2019

According to the analysis of the evolution of the main indicators, an average of 12 ships waited at anchorage per day.

The average imported container dwell time dropped from 18 to 19 days.

Rail freight decreased by 2.1% after registering 419,445 tonnes.

Air freight was estimated at 4,583 tonnes, representing decrease of 12.6%