Examines the difference in perceptions of 18 carrier selections factors between import shippers, export shippers, and international containership carriers. MANOVA was used to determine differences between the three groups. Suggests that there are significant differences between import shippers and carriers; export shippers and carriers; and import shippers and export shippers. Significant differences between the import shipper and carrier groups were found on the loss and damage and equipment availability factors. Significant differences between the export shipper and carrier groups were found on the rate changes, service frequency, financial stability, service changes, and equipment availability factors. The only significant difference between the import shipper and export shipper groups was found on the door‐to‐door transportation rates factor.
Kent, J. and Stephen Parker, R. (1999), "International containership carrier selection criteria", International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 29 No. 6, pp. 398-408. https://doi.org/10.1108/09600039910283613Download as .RIS
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