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Port competition and hinterland connections.
This Round Table publication discusses the policy and regulatory challenges posed by the rapidly changing port environment. The sector has changed tremendously in recent decades with technological and organisational innovation and a powerful expansion of trade. Although ports serve hinterlands that now run deep into continents, competition among ports is increasingly intense and their bargaining power in the supply chain has consequently weakened. Greater port throughput is meeting with increasing resistance from local communities because of pollution and congestion. In addition, local regulation is warranted but made difficult by the distribution of bargaining power among stakeholders. Higher-level authorities could develop more effective policies.
|Other titles||Terrorisme et transport international.|
|Series||Round table -- 143, Round table (Transport Research Centre) -- 143.|
|Contributions||Transport Research Centre., International Transport Forum., Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.|
|LC Classifications||HE551 .P665 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||2009470851|
Internationally, there are many good examples of modern port-hinterland connectivity. Ultimately, thinking of logistics as a whole is key. The connection from port to corridor to hinterland must be seamless, and this can be achieved through integrated planning, with optimal road, water and rail hinterland connections in the port area. Kupte si knihu Port Competition and Hinterland Connections: International Transport Forum: za nejlepší cenu se slevou. Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší nabídce. Zasíláme rychle a levně po ČR.
The port of Rotterdam is Europe’s largest sea port. The port owes its leading position to its outstanding accessibility for sea-going vessels. In addition, the port of Rotterdam creates direct and indirect employment for some , people, in businesses throughout the Netherlands. A place where unlimited ambitions can become reality. Hinterland competition with respect to a port’s position in the global shipping network The development of container throughput in a port does not allow one to draw conclusions about future development, since one of the main factors, the economic development of theFile Size: KB.
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Port Competition and Hinterland Connections This Round Table publication discusses the policy and regulatory challenges posed by the rapidly changing port environment. The sector has changed tremendously in recent decades with technological and organisational innovation and a powerful expansion of trade.
competition among ports is. Read "Port Competition and Hinterland Connections" by Collective available from Rakuten Kobo. This Round Table publication discusses the policy and regulatory challenges posed by the rapidly changing port environme Brand: OECD.
This Round Table publication discusses the policy and regulatory challenges posed by the rapidly changing port environment. The sector has changed tremendously in recent decades with technological and organisational innovation and a powerful expansion of trade.
Although ports serve hinterlands that now run deep into continents, competition among ports is increasingly intense and their. Get this from a library. Port competition and hinterland connections.
[Transport Research Centre.; International Transport Forum.; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;] -- This Round Table publication discusses the policy and regulatory challenges posed by the rapidly changing port environment.
The sector has changed tremendously in recent decades with technological. This paper discusses the relationship between port competition and hinterland connections. The analysis presented is based on expected trends in maritime transport and the likely consequences for seaports.
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This Round Table publication discusses the policy and regulatory challenges posed by the rapidly changing port environment. This site is powered by Keepeek. This Roundtable discusses the policy and regulatory challenges posed by the rapidly changing port environment.
The sector has changed tremendously in recent decades with technological and organisational innovation and a powerful expansion of trade. Although ports serve hinterlands that now run deep into continents, competition among ports is increasingly intense and their. Port Hinterland Connectivity.
Port Hinterland Connectivity Discussion Paper No. The smoothness of port-hinterland connections has not followed at the same pace. Increasing ship vessel size – and the related emergence of maritime hubs and spokes – will only competition for road and rail use from passenger and personal File Size: 1MB.
When competition between ports is possible, there are two types of hinterlands: The fundamental (main) hinterland is the space over which a port has the dominant market share.
The great majority of the activities are thus using that port for imports or exports. The competition margins are areas where two or more ports are in competition. Users. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PORT COMPETITION AND HINTERLAND TRANSPORT (ctd) • Overcapacity, followed by rationalisation, can/will result in changes in ports of call, loops and frequency of services • Additional pressure on other market players: hinterland transport operators as a potential target for vertical integration.
Miguel Martinho, "Port Competition and Hinterland Connections," OECD/ITF Joint Transport Research Centre Discussion Papers /19, OECD Publishing.
Handle: RePEc:oec:itfaaa/en DOI: / Port Competition and Hinterland Connections Maritime freight transport has experienced strong growth and profound change over recent decades. Freight volumes and container traffic in particular have grown with the intensification of global trade and the geographical dispersion of by: The study takes a comparative approach by investigating the situation in the hinterlands of two different port areas in Europe: Antwerp (Belgium) and Gdansk-Gdynia agglomeration (Poland).
Both port centres have an important road hinterland connection that faces competition from Cited by: 2. Port hinterland connections: a comparative study of Polish and Belgian cases) (Aronietis et al., ), также была выявлена возможность.
ports. The relations of a port with its hinterland is anchored in the various logistical activities in the supply chain logistics path, key among them the transport element. Hesse and Rodrigue, () as cited by Notteboom, (), expressed that “The supply chain focus on port competition holds clear implications on the role of hinterlandFile Size: 1MB.
Together with the Port of Brussels we welcomed over 90 logistic and port professionals on the 4 and 5 October to join the 13th edition of Ports & Hinterland Europe.
During this conference we addressed the future challenges on hinterland connections in Europe, as. Port Hinterland Divergence 4 Port policy. Local port policies can have an impact related to the governance and funding. The major trend has been towards privatization, particularly of terminal facilities.
The commitment of a port operator to invest in and/or develop a container terminal is a major sign behind future traffic generation as well as. 4 Port competition and selection in contestable hinterlands; the case of Austria (Statistics Austria, ).
Both imports and exports are more than 35% of the country’s GDP. The majority of trade is continental European trade, to countries such as Germany, by far the largest trading partner and Italy, the second largest trading by:. HINTERLAND TRANSPORT CHARGING: IMPACT ON PORT HINTERLAND CONNECTIONS 1.
RATIONALE AND SETTING Port competition has evolved towards a different geographical and functional extent. First of all, the competitive field is no longer limited to .Role of port authorities in the hinterland.
Port authorities generally focus on the development of the local port area and play a minor role in the development of port hinterlands, whereas shippers, forwarders, barge and rail operators have always been involved in the port-hinterland by: Hinterland Transport 22 Statement This presentation is based on the presentation prepared by the Technical and Managerial Port Assistance Office (TEMPO) of the Port of Rotterdam, and has been updated and supplemented with additional and recent information.
Useful information was also received from the Dutch Inland Water Transport Promotion.