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Regional shipping and port development strategies under a changing maritime environment
|Statement||Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Infrastructure Development Division of ESCAP. Its objective is to provide a planning context for informed decision making by governments, shipping lines and port authorities in the ESCAP region. It does this by providing detailed, quantified and internally consistent forecasts of the structure of.
by governments, shipping lines and port authorities in the ESCAP region. It does this by providing detailed, quantified and internally consistent forecasts of the maritime container trade and port throughputs in the ESCAP region through to the year ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS.
Maritime Transport and Regional Sustainability. is a critical examination on how the maritime transport sector helps regions to achieve their sustainability goals, especially focusing on the challenges posed by climate change.
This book analyzes maritime transport from multiple perspectives, establishing a strong theoretical framework drawn on evidence from both the developed and emerging.
Port Infrastructure Development Program U.S. maritime ports are critical links in the U.S. domestic and international trade supply-chain. Ports serve as centers of commerce where freight and commodities are transferred between cargo ships, barges, trucks, trains, and pipelines.
Introduction: Port, Maritime Logistics, and Regional Development. Adolf K. Search for more papers by this author Paul Tae‐Woo Lee is a Professor of International Logistics and Maritime Transportation and Research Director Postgraduate Studies at the Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics, College of Business, Victoria University Author: Adolf K.
Ng, Zaili Yang, Stephen Cahoon, Paul Tae-Woo Lee. Maritime transport is composed of the maritime shipping and the ports dimensions. Areas of focus include establishing a vision for the future of maritime transport; identifying the innovative Author: Jean-Paul Rodrigue.
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A Comparative Study of Key Critical Factors of Waterfront Port Development: Case Studies of the Incheon and Bangkok Ports. Paul Tae‐Woo Lee; Jei‐Zheng Wu; Kamonchanok Suthiwartnarueput; Kai‐Chieh Hu; Rahuth Rodjanapradied; Pages: ; First Published: 01 November Green Ports: Inland and Seaside Sustainable Transportation Strategies presents the first book to exclusively focus on this important topic that is usually only covered in brief chapters or journal articles that are too theoretical, fragmented or regionally-focused.
This book comprehensively and systematically examines the key issues and best. Maritime vessels carry more than half of growing U.S.-East Africa trade. Regional shipping and port development strategies under a changing maritime environment. Published Date: Abstract: It has become increasingly clear that there are no insurmountable technical barriers to the future increase in size of containerships.
Author: Steven Beningo, Zhi Liu. It deals with ‘Strategies in maritime and port logistics’, a topic that is highly relevant in light of the turbulent times the shipping industry has gone through in recent years. Changes triggered by internal and external factors have affected the world economy and are leading to new paradigms and to the need for new business models and Author: Aimilia Papachristou.
Marine Environment Protection. Information about the department's role in protecting the marine environment from the harmful effects of shipping.
Maritime Safety. This section provides information on safe shipping, accident investigations and the transportation of. Shipping has an environmental impact both in ports, as well as in the immediate vicinity of the ports. Examples of these impacts are noise from ship engines and machinery used for loading and unloading, exhausts of particles, CO 2, NO x and SO 2 from the ship’s main and auxiliary engines, and dust from the handling of substances such as grain, sand and coal.
Take into account trends and developments in the maritime industry and port operators in order to adjust port development strategies to the world challenges of this century.
(i) Global port operators will continue to expand to new geographic areas and will maximize the use of technology to create worldwide port networks that can offer. The World Bank's experience has shown that port, harbor and similar maritime developments can have serious implications for many aspects of the environment.
Because of the nature maritime works, a wide range of very different environmental activities are likely to be affected in one way or another, many of these permanently. This Technical. Changing economic, trade, technological and environmental conditions today affect shipping and ports more than ever before.
As a result, it has become essential for them to maintain and update strategic decisions and objectives more and more frequently. Concepts and approaches found effective in strategic planning are presented and their applications to shipping and ports are by: Ports and the Environment assembles research focusing on the management of ports, and the environmental issues associated with both the shipping trade and the ports themselves.
By examining contemporary concerns from the perspectives of maritime policy, port management, and industrial efficiency, this book will be provide important reference Author: Meifeng Luo, Tsz Leung Yip. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT PORTS Ports have the moral responsibility towards the planet, to sustain its carrying capacity, while achieving their economic targets.
Krishnapatnam Port is a shining example of a port balancing its environmental responsibilities with economic objectives The idea of sustainable development as a concept, dates back to 20th century in the era of [ ].
International Maritime Freight Transport and Logistics Jean-Paul Rodrigue a, maritime shipping lines, freight forwarders and transport operators.
Their strategies and the allocation of their assets access can impair port operations and port development. However, maritime access is theFile Size: KB. in particular, policy makers directly involved in shipping and maritime industries, as well as the shipping and maritime industries, to consider the sustainability of the international shipping industry and the Maritime Transportation System and the role of IMO in achieving desired objectives under the theme of the World Maritime Day File Size: 1MB.port development strategies, as well as far-reaching reforms in the legislative, regulatory, and managerial environment within which commercial ports have to operate.
In particular, the need to define new partnerships between the public and private sectors in port operations, investments financing assets.This book focuses on the interaction between shipping and the natural environment and how shipping can strive to become more sustainable.
Readers are guided in marine environmental awareness, environmental regulations and abatement technologies to assist in .