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Maritime Logistics

Maritime Logistics

A Guide to Contemporary Shipping and Port Management

Dong-Wook Song, Photis Panayides

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Examines the latest logistical knowledge, developments and practices within the port and shipping industry, including guidance on shipping lines, containers, tankers and ports.

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About the book

Globalisation and the rapid increase in world trade in the past decade have contributed to greater demand for international transport and logistics and, consequently, the expansion of the maritime industry. The dramatic changes in the mode of world trade and cargo transportation make it more important than ever to have a clear understanding of the way in which freight is transported by sea and the role of ports in this exchange.

At the cutting edge in its assessment of the industry, Maritime Logistics covers the whole scope of maritime logistics and examines latest logistical developments within the port and shipping industry. With a range of new international contributors, this new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. There are new chapters on port centric logistics, hinterland logistics and global supply chains, maritime transport and logistics as a trade facilitator, and future trends and developments.

Written by a team of international experts with over fifty years' experience in the field, Maritime Logistics provides a truly global perspective. The book covers everything that students of logistics, as well as those working within the industry, need to know about maritime logistics, including shipping lines, containers, tankers, dry bulk, port-centric logistics, and much more.


Table Of Contents

  • Section - ONE: Introduction;
    • Chapter - 01: Introduction to maritime logistics – Dong-Wook Song and Photis M Panayides;
    • Chapter - 02: Maritime transport and logistics as a trade facilitator – Albert W Veenstra;
    • Chapter - 03: International maritime trade and logistics – Funda Yercan and Turkay Yildiz;
    • Chapter - 04: Defining maritime logistics and its value – Eon-Seong Lee, Hyung-Sik Nam and Dong-Wook Song;
    • Chapter - 05: Hinterland logistics and global supply chains – Rickard Bergqvist;
    • Chapter - 06: Human elements in maritime logistics – Cecilia Österman and Anna-Lisa Osvalder;
  • Section - TWO: Shipping logistics;
    • Chapter - 07: Intermodal freight transport and logistics – Katsuhiko Hayashi and Toshinori Nemoto;
    • Chapter - 08: Developing liner service networks in container shipping – César Ducruet and Theo Notteboom;
    • Chapter - 09: Supply chain integration of shipping companies – Photis M Panayides, Robert Wiedmer, Panayiotis C Andreou and Christodoulos Louca;
    • Chapter - 10: Logistics strategy in container shipping – Alfred J Baird;
    • Chapter - 11: Tanker shipping logistics – Robert Desrosiers;
    • Chapter - 12: Dry bulk shipping logistics – Claude Comtois and Romuald Lacoste;
  • Section - THREE: Port logistics;
    • Chapter - 13: Dry ports in concept and practice – Violeta Roso and Andrea Rosa;
    • Chapter - 14: Port-centric logistics in concept and practice – Nikolaos Valantasis-Kanellos and Dong-Wook Song;
    • Chapter - 15: Container hub ports in concept and practice – Hyung-Sik Nam and Dong-Wook Song;
    • Chapter - 16: Multinationalizing container ports: Business models and strategies – Francesco Parola;
    • Chapter - 17: Public–private partnerships and port logistics performance – Jasmine Siu Lee Lam, Francesco Parola and Photis M Panayides;
    • Chapter - 18: Port and logistics chains: Changes in organizational effectiveness – Cimen Karatas Cetin;
    • Chapter - 19: Logistics performance of supply chain-oriented ports – Su Han Woo, Stephen Pettit and Anthony Beresford;
  • Section - FOUR: Conclusion;
    • Chapter - 20: Looking ahead – Photis M Panayides and Dong-Wook Song



Reviews

Over most of the last decades, international trade has grown faster than the global economy - and most trade continues to be sea-borne. Even if orders may be placed electronically, the actual movement of the goods still requires ports and ships. Maritime logistics is thus ever more important for any country's development. Understanding contemporary shipping and port management helps businesses and policy makers to lead their companies and countries. This new edition of Maritime Logistics is a timely and important publication, edited and written by some of the most renowned maritime economists.
Dr. Jan Hoffmann, Chief, Trade Facilitation Section, UNCTAD; President, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME)

This book is essential reading for all those with an interest in logistics as it is only occasionally that a book of this quality becomes available. Comprehensive, up to date and perceptive it is both informative and a joy to read.
Professor Michael Roe, Chair in Maritime & Logistics Policy, Plymouth Business School

Maritime Logistics represents a real tour de force in the comprehensive coverage of the shipping and port industries which it provides.
Professor Kevin Cullinane, Professor of Logistics & Transport Economics, University of Gothenburg

This text covers everything that students and industry professionals need to know about maritime logistics. This second edition has been revised with new chapters covering topics such as port-centric logistics, hinterland logistics, global supply chains, maritime transport, and future trends and developments.
Inbound Logistics

[A] timely, informative and authoritative look at the global maritime logistics industry, helping explain its history, considering its present-day challenges and operations and casts an eye forward to its future.
Darren Ingram , Darren Ingram Media


Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749472689
  • Edition: 2
  • Published: 3rd April 2015
  • Paperback
  • Dimensions: 234x156
  • 480 pages

About the Author

Dong-Wook Song is Professor of Transport and Logistics at the Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University. His work is well-recognised in the field and he has received a number of The Best Paper Awards from academic associations and communities. He sits on the editorial board of established journals in transport and logistics. Dong has worked as a consultant for a number of private and public organisations including the UN, OECD, ADB and World Bank. He has served as an elected council member at IAME since 2012.

Photis M Panayides is Professor in Shipping Economics, Department of Commerce, Finance and Shipping at Cyprus University of Technology. He reviews for several major journals in the field and has pioneered the development of academic and professional programmes in shipping and logistics. He sits on the editorial board of established journals in the field.


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