The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber (NMBBC) in the Eastern Cape has slammed Transnet's newly introduced truck booking system, saying it has  resulted in huge logjams at the metro’s two ports — Port of Port Elizabeth and Ngqura — and called for the system to be scrapped.

A long queue of trucks waiting to enter the ports is delaying the shipment of exports and the dispatch of imports, mostly car components, hobbling businesses and costing the economy in lost foreign currency earnings...

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