Dublin, March 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The ‘Transport in Zambia 2022’ report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
Zambia is a landlocked country and depends on a strong and efficient transport system for the smooth transit of exports and imports and the growth of its economy. However, economic conditions and poor maintenance of transport infrastructure mean that this industry faces significant challenges and requires additional investment.
The 923m Kazungula Bridge over the Zambezi River and One Stop Border Post facilities opened on May 10, 2021, with the aim of facilitating the flow of trade and people between Botswana and Zambia. It will also provide alternative trade routes between SADC countries and relieve pressure on the Beitbridge border post between South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Air traffic in Africa fell by 65.2% in 2021 and by 89% in 2020. Although air transport remains relatively low, there has been significant activity in the subsector. Private actors have filled the void left by the national airline which suspended services in 2009. The airline relaunched in December 2021.
During the pandemic, private airlines have converted part of their fleet to carry cargo and bulk to compensate for the drop in passenger numbers. Airport infrastructure has improved in recent years with the aim of connecting different economic areas with increased trade and passenger mobility. All four international airports have received infrastructural upgrades, some of which are still being completed.
The report covers the Zambian transport industry, which includes road, rail, air, sea and pipeline transport systems for passengers, freight, cargo and crude oil. The report includes information on countries, developments, regulations and company actions, as well as factors influencing the industry including pandemic, infrastructure development, economic challenges and fuel costs.
There are profiles of 30 companies, including The Tanzania Zambia Railway Authority and TAZAMA Pipelines. Road transport companies featured include DSV, Freight and Passenger Services and Greendoor Group, and air transport companies featured include Corporate Air, Royal Air Charters and Proflight Commuter Services.
Main topics covered:
2. COUNTRY PROFILE
3. INDUSTRY DESCRIPTION
3.1. Industry value chain
4. INDUSTRY SIZE
4.1. Contribution to GDP
4.2. Exports and imports via transport
4.3. Transport statistics
5. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY
5.2. Rail transport
5.3. Air Transport
5.4. water transportation
5.5. Pipeline transport
5.6. Company actions
5.8. Business development and socio-economic development
8. INFLUENCING FACTORS
8.2. Landlocked countries and regional cooperation
8.3. Road safety, conditions and infrastructure
8.4. Economic environment
8.5. Rising input costs
8.6. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation
8.7. Private sector initiatives
8.8. Environmental concerns
9.1. Entry barriers
10. SWOT ANALYSIS
12. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS
- Agro-Fuel Investments Ltd
- Alendo Travel Tours and Car Hire Ltd
- Buks Haulage Ltd
- Calabash Freight Ltd
- Corporate Air Ltd
- DSV Panalpina A/S
- Cargo and Passenger Services Ltd
- Greendoor Group (Pty) Ltd
- J&J Transport Zambia Ltd
- Kapiri Transport Ltd
- Keptcool Ltd
- Carriers Kobs SA
- Lift and Shift Trucking Zambia Ltd
- Mpulungu Harbor Corporation Ltd
- Proflight Commuter Services Ltd
- Quattro Co Ltd
- Royal Air Charters Ltd
- Sable Transport and Construction Ltd.
- Satwant Transport Ltd
- Shalom Bus Services Ltd
- Staravia Air Charters
- Tanzania and Zambia Railway Authority
- TAZAMA Pipelines Ltd
- Time Trucking Ltd.
- Ulendo Taxi Ltd
- Usangu Logistics Ltd
- Winning Travels and Tours Ltd
- Zambia Airports Corporation Ltd
- Zambian Railways Ltd
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