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ID number:306744
Published: 04.01.2017.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 15 units
References: Not used
Time period viewed: 2000 - 2010 years
2011 - 2015 years

The maritime industry is completely involved into the global supply chain and it is impossible to imagine it without shipping and transporting goods by seas. Ports are taking up a more active role in supply chain, leading to extended gates and extended distribution centres. So the ports face with completely different circumstances every day. To achieve the best outcome and results of their performance existing plans and policies need to be monitor all the time to notice new challenges and surveys for new improvements.
Daily port operations and offered services are very much connected with port users. It is very important to investigate in port infrastructure such as improve and endorse suitable berth for vessels, improving port traffic and develop better cargo stowage systems. The geographical location of the port plays a major role in economic and strategy aspect. The local, national and regional economy will always be connected with entire global supply chain. The cooperation and information sharing with ports acting as the facilitators, technology playing a key role in information exchanges between the different stakeholders.

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