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COVID -19 and Maritime Transport


Year: 2020
Language: english
Author: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Genre: Research papers
Publisher: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Edition: 1st ed.
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 77
Description: COVID-19 triggered a global health and economic crisis with wide-ranging implications for maritime transport and trade. Restrictions introduced in response to the pandemic have caused disruptions affecting ports, shipping and supply chains.

Contents

Contents
LIST OF FIGURES ................................................................................................................................. 6
LIST OF TABLES ................................................................................................................................... 7
ABBREVIATIONS ................................................................................................................................. 9
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................ 10
CHAPTER 1 ....................................................................................................................................... 12
COVID-19 IMPACT ON MARITIME TRADE AND PORT CALLS............................................................. 12
1.1 COVID-19 IMPACTS ON GLOBAL TRADE FLOWS ........................................................................... 12
1.2 CHANGES IN MARITIME TRADE: REDUCED PORT CALLS ............................................................... 15
1.3. KEY FINDINGS AND LESSONS LEARNED ....................................................................................... 27
APPENDIX I – DETAILED DATA ON SHIP PORT CALLS WORLDWIDE .................................................... 28
CHAPTER 2 ....................................................................................................................................... 36
IMPLICATIONS FOR LINER SHIPPING CONNECTIVITY ...................................................................... 36
2.1 TRENDS IN LINER SHIPPING CONNECTIVITY ................................................................................. 36
2.2 LINER SHIPPING CONNECTIVITY IN SIDS ....................................................................................... 39
2.3 CONTAINER PORTS CONNECTIVITY BY REGION ............................................................................ 42
2.4 KEY FINDINGS AND LESSONS LEARNED ........................................................................................ 47
APPENDIX II – LINER SHIPPING CONNECTIVITY IN SELECTED PORTS .................................................. 49
CHAPTER 3 ....................................................................................................................................... 58
RESPONSE MEASURES ACROSS THE MARITIME SUPPLY CHAIN ....................................................... 58
3.1 PORTS ............................................................................................................................................ 58
3.2 INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SHIP AND SHORE-BASED PERSONNEL ................................................. 64
3.3 SHIPPING OPERATIONS ................................................................................................................. 66
3.4 LANDSIDE OPERATIONS ................................................................................................................ 69
3.5 SUPPLY CHAINS ............................................................................................................................. 71
3.6 DIGITALISATION ............................................................................................................................ 71
3.7 BACK TO BUSINESS ........................................................................................................................ 72
3.8 KEY FINDINGS AND LESSONS LEARNED ........................................................................................ 75
REFERENCES ..................................................................................................................................... 77

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