Port Sudan recorded a remarkable performance in total cargo traffic last year, which saw her ranked top of Dar- es- Salaam and just a digit below the port of Mombasa, in the Eastern and Southern Africa ports standings.

According to the Ports Management Association of Eastern and Southern Africa (PMAESA) statistics, Port Sudan recorded a total cargo traffic growth of 10.3 per cent compared to Dar and Mombasa that had 1.9 and 10.7 per cent respectively.The 26 ports under PMAESA recorded an average annual growth of 3.5 per cent from 249.2 million tons recorded from 2007.

The growth rate is said to be a consistent with the average economic growth of 3.5 per cent witnessed in many countries in the region. Shipping Lines that operate at Port Sudan Include AFRICAN SHIPPING LINE