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Bringing together an international network of leading scholars, this multidisciplinary book unravels some of the most pressing challenges to shipping, ports, and logistics. Divided into five parts—shipping, the analysis of flows and networks, terminal operations and performance, logistics, and port development and governance—this record is an essential read for practitioners in the maritime and logistics world, postgraduate students, policy makers, and professional organizations. As market players expand and improve their services in line with increased requirements on rates, reliability, environmental footprint, and safety and security, this compendium encourages further systematic thinking.
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Theo Notteboom is a professor at the University of Antwerp and the president of the university’s Institute of Transport and Maritime Management. He is the president of International Association of Maritime Economists, the chairman of the board of directors of Belgian Institute of Transport Organizers, and the editor of various books, including Current Issues in Port Logistics and Intermodality; Ports Are More Than Piers; and Ports, Cities and Global Supply Chains.
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