2 edition of analysis of capacity utilisation in liner shipping. found in the catalog.
analysis of capacity utilisation in liner shipping.
J. A. Zerby
Written in English
Taken from Journal of transport economics and policy, vol. 12, 1978, pp. 27-46.
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Liner shipping is contrasted with so-called “tramp” shipping, which involves ships setting sail at indeterminate dates, often only when they have filled their cargo or passenger capacity. Liner services involve higher fixed costs than tramp shipping not only because of larger administrative overhead, but also because the necessity of. A detailed description of information systems in one sector of the freight transportation industry is provided in this appendix. It is included for illustrative purposes only and is not intended to suggest that the information systems of the liner shipping industry are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks or are more lacking in protection against such attacks than the information systems in.
Downloadable (with restrictions)! In waterborne transportation, an increase in fleet size involves long-term planning and heavy investments. Institutional features; trade imbalances and demand variations; and customer demands for high frequency create a situation where liner shipping companies tend to operate with a high level of unutilised vessel capacity. LINER SHIPPING INDUSTRY • Liner shipping is the service of transporting goods by means of high-capacity, ocean-going ships that transit regular routes on fixed schedules. There are approximately liner services, most sailing weekly, in operation today.
Liner Ship Fleet Planning: Models and Algorithms systematically introduces the latest research on modeling and optimization for liner ship fleet planning with demand uncertainty. Container shipping companies have struggled since the financial crisis of , making it critical for them to make informed decisions about their fleet planning and development. As the dramatic market changes in the liner shipping business have continued, triggered by the increasing power of shippers, an unexpected world economic downturn, trade imbalance and the trend of trade multipolarization in the world, many liner companies have.
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Fleet Size and Capacity The analysis of the industry included here have been produced using "top-down" economic measures of 6 Valuation of the Liner Shipping Industry. Table 1: Direct Economic Contribution of Shipbuilding and Liner Industry Operations, (Million US Dollars) File Size: KB.
Liner shipping companies can benefit significantly by improving ship scheduling and cost analysis in service route planning by systematic methods. This paper proposes a dynamic programming (DP) model for ship scheduling and identifies cost items relevant to the planning of a service route, which can help planners make better scheduling decisions under berth time-window constraints, as well as Cited by: Ch.
Structure and Operations in the Liner Shipping Industry Davies () is the only author who offers an actual empirical analysis to substantiate the validity of contestability theory.
The product type considered in the container liner market study includes end fill, open top, top fill, and wide access. Of these, the end fill container liner segment accounts for the major share of the global container liner market.
The capacity considered in the container liner market study includes 20 /5(39). Analysis of Supply and Demand of Liner Shipping Services Final Report Prepared for: European Commission DG VII 1st September 2 Agenda Page • Introduction and Executive Summary 1 • Chapter 1: Context 10 • Chapter 2: Supply and demand: capacity utilisation 23 • Chapter 3: Industry structure 50 • Chapter 4: Industry economics When demand increases, firms have to invest and expand capacity in indivisible portions because capacity can only be added in large and discreet sizes in shipping (Fusillo, ).The inability to vary supply with variations in demand in the short run is one of the main factors behind excess capacity that plagues many companies within the liner shipping industry (Fusillo, ).
Vessels with a capacity of more t TEU depend on freight forwarders or 3PLs to fill space in the container to increase utilisation rate, so that cost per TEU will be reduced Approximately million TEU volume of ocean freight handled by direct engagement with the ocean liners.
An analysis of capacity utilization in liner shipping. Article. liner short sea shipping, vessel capacity utilisation, unutilised capacity, improvement measures, strategies, route. Benefits of Liner Shipping; Industry Issues; Public Statements; Additional Resources; About The Council; About The Industry.
About The Industry; Liner Ships; Container Cargo Capacity; How Liner Shipping Works; Liner Ships. Container Ship Design; Container Vessel Fleet; Other Liner Vessels; Containers. Vessel capacity utilisation in short sea shipping 3 Background 3 Introduction to the research in liner short sea shipping 5 2.
Research design and focus 9 The purpose and research questions 9 Scope and delimitations 9 Research design 11 Outline of. Mergers and acquisitions have resulted in some very large liner shipping companies; the top 20 carriers now control more than half of the world's container slot capacity.
Since the beginning of the s, liner companies have begun to form global alliances; the largest 10 groupings now control about two-thirds of the world's container slot.
Analysis of customer needs and service quality at a liner shipping company Master thesis, Supply Chain Management JULIA OTHELIUS ULRIKA WEMMERT Department of Technology Management and Economics Division of Industrial Marketing CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNONOLGY Gothenburg, Sweden, Report No.
E This paper aims to estimate capacity utilization of a liner ship route with a bounded polyhedral container shipment demand pattern, arising in the liner container shipping industry. The proposed maximum and minimum liner ship route capacity utilization problems are formulated as a linear programming model and a min–max model, respectively.
J.A. Zerby and R.M. Conlon (), 'An Analysis of Capacity Utilisation in Liner Shipping' Trevor D. Heaver (), 'Trans-Pacific Trade, Liner Shipping and Conference Rates' Mary R. Brooks (), 'An Alternative Theoretical Approach to the Evaluation of Liner Shipping Part II.
Choice Criteria' Liner Shipping How to survive and thrive - Kindle edition by Jensen, Lars. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Liner Shipping How to survive and s: Since he has been the founder of a series of companies in the liner shipping industry focused on analysis, process improvement, strategic outlook, training and cyber security.
Lars is currently CEO of SeaIntelligence Consulting and is the author of the book “Culture Shock in Maersk Line”.Reviews: With a total capacity of around four million TEUs*, Danish shipping line APM-Maersk is currently the largest container-shipping company globally, followed.
Article citation info: Huang, S. T., Key factors analysis of strategic alliances in container liner shipping industry. Transport & Logistics: the International Journal, ; Vol Is JuneISSN KEY FACTORS ANALYSIS OF STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN CONTAINER LINER SHIPPING INDUSTRY Sheng Teng Huang 1. 2 Throughout its history, liner shipping, the business of offering regular time scheduled ocean shipping services in international trade, 2 has enjoyed exemptions from the effect of certain competition rules and, as a result, conferences 3 among oceans carriers, allowing.
The competition analysis among ocean carriers has been proved to exert important impact on the market decisions (Wang,Lee et al., ).Mathematical models thus are needed for a global liner container shipping company to quantitatively analyze the competitive behaviors existing in the market in order to make better strategic business decisions.
MODULE 3 From Management to Operation Describe the importance of ship loading and ship capacity utilisation for energy efficiency. generally be different from that of a much larger liner company.
Irrespective of the size of the company, its structure should .why liner shipping in such a competitive developed era, is still not customer focused and a lot of complaints are still coming from shippers.
This period is a critical period for the liner shipping industry as it is a transformation phase with the conference system being abolished and the shipping lines facing huge pressure from the shippers.
Capacity: Liner ships can carry a lot of goods. This is one of their key advantages over air shipping. Also, the shape of what you need to transport doesn't matter.
You can pick the ship to match your cargo. Heavy machinery, cars, and plastic bottles for recycling can all be carried on a liner ship.