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Value Creation in the Maritime Chain of Transportation, The Role of Carriers, Ports and Third Parties in Liner and Bulk Shipping


Year: 2015
Language: english
Author: CBS MARITIME
Genre: Research papers
ISBN: 978-87-93262-01-0
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 39
Description: The maritime chain of transportation is driven by the demand for transportation of cargo between locations with excess supply to locations with excess demand. If there is no demand there is no movement and thus no requirement for providers of transportation. Transport is thus a derived demand and carriers and third party service providers who engage in the chain of transportation must derive value from and add value to the movement (Robinson, 2002).
How carriers and agents create value in the maritime chain of transportation is, however, a subject which has been overlooked in the existing literature. This is especially the case with regard to the role of the agents and we have very little systematic knowledge about their key functions in the creation of value in the maritime chain of transportation.

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