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Port hinterland modelling based on port choice
Tomaž Kramberger, Bojan Rupnik, Gregor Štrubelj, Klemen Prah, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper presents a new approach for hinterland modelling based on the results of port choice modelling. The paper follows the idea that the shippers' port choice is a trade-off between various objective and subjective factors. The presented model tackles the problem by applying the AHP method in order to obtain ports' preference rates based on subjective factors, and combine them with objective factors, which include port operation costs, sailing times, and land transport costs using MILP. The ports' hinterlands are modelled by finding the optimal port of choice for different locations across Europe and merging the identical results. The model can be used in order to produce captive hinterland of ports and can also be exploited in order to analyse how changes in the traffic infrastructure influence the size of hinterlands.
Keywords: port hinterland modelling, captive hinterland, contestable hinterland, ports, MILP, GIS, objective and subjective factors
Published: 05.06.2017; Views: 457; Downloads: 191
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Efficiency analysis with non parametric method: illustration of the Tunisian ports
Arbia Hlali, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper applies a non-parametric method to provide level technical efficiency for 7 Tunisian ports during 18 years (1998-2015). These ports represent different data set. The use of the model of variable returns to scale (VRS) has led to interesting results. The results show that the most ports are characterized by low levels of technical efficiency, with the exception port of Rades. In addition, the result shows the variation of variable returns to scale and constant returns to scale of technical port’s efficiency. Furthermore, we concluded that the panel data improves the efficiency estimates.
Keywords: technical efficiency, Tunisian ports, non parametric analysis
Published: 25.04.2018; Views: 210; Downloads: 212
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Systemic logistics providers
Mimo Drašković, 2016, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: The functioning of a port and shipping system must be perfect in order to provide a competitive advantage and stable position in maritime market. The importance of logistics in business success of port and shipping organizations in contemporary conditions has become crucial. Due to that fact, more and more efforts are put in the designing of integral logistics systems. Thanks to a complex, systemic and networking approach, logistics today is improving the speed and efficiency of operations and significantly influences cost reduction and therewith fulfills one of the basic strategic functions, anticipating necessary key competences of the firm. It is a resource framework for the overcoming of strategic limitations and a method for the enhancement of the competitive position and all marketing and management functions. In addition to that, the integration of partners requires, by rule, a consistent restructuring of the total chain dedicated to the creation of added value, i.e. reengineering of logistics and production business processes. Flexible and small structural units are created, cooperating among each other in a decentralized manner, retaining their key competences and strategic significance for the integral network dominated by a single leading firm as a center of the system, i.e. focus of the supply chain. The paper analyzes the formation of new logistics and marketing paradigm of the beginning of the new century and millennium, anticipating the overcoming of the traditional 3PL three-party logistics concept and formation of contemporary 4PL concept.
Keywords: logistics, ports, logistic services, integral logistics systems, third party logistics, 3PL, fourth party logistics, 4PL, outsourcing
Published: 09.05.2018; Views: 239; Downloads: 23
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Maritime issues in digital age
Sanja Bauk, 2018, scientific monograph

Abstract: This book is a collection of research studies in the cross-section of maritime studies, information and communication technologies, and operations research. It contains a “layer” of topics that are more technical, and a “layer” of topics that are more managerial and business oriented. The fields of research are related to the author’s quite diverse interests in certain periods of time, and her success in applying for some research grants. The manuscript can serve as valuable material for educational and research purposes. This is especially important if we keep in mind that digitalization in maritime sector lags behind other business and industry sectors.
Keywords: process digitalization, maritime transport, operational research, ports, information communication technology
Published: 09.05.2018; Views: 386; Downloads: 45
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