Short Sea Shipping and Its Role in Logistics Supply Chains: A European Perspective

Peter B. Marlow (Logistics and Operations Management. Cardiff Business School. Colum Drive Cardiff CFlO 3EU) *
Ana C. Paixao Casaca (Logistics and Operations Management. Cardiff Business School. Colum Drive Cardiff CFlO 3EU) *

Journal of International Logistics and Trade

ISSN: 1738-2122

Article publication date: 30 September 2004

Issue publication date: 30 September 2004

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Abstract

This paper has presented a brief description of the SSS industry in Europe and has discussed what is meant by this industry, what types of ships are involved, what cargoes are carried, what are the main geographical areas of operations, what are the industry's strengths and weaknesses, and what users require from the industry before it can become a realistic choice for many in multimodallogistics transport chains.

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Citation

Marlow, P.B. and Casaca, A.C.P. (2004), "Short Sea Shipping and Its Role in Logistics Supply Chains: A European Perspective", Journal of International Logistics and Trade, Vol. 2 No. 1, pp. 57-68. https://doi.org/10.24006/jilt.2004.2.1.57

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Emerald Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2004 Jungseok Research Institute of International Logistics and Trade

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