Maritime Business Review: Volume 1 Issue 1 , Open Access

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Off-peak truck deliveries at container terminals: the “Good Night” program in Israel

David J. Bentolila, Ronit Kastro Ziedenveber, Yehuda Hayuth, Theo Notteboom

Avoiding truck congestion and peaks in landside activity is one of the challenges to container terminal managers. The spreading of truck arrivals at terminals can be facilitated…

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Preliminary study on new container stacking/storage system due to space limitations in container yard

Noorul Shaiful Fitri Abdul Rahman, Alisha Ismail, Venus Y.H. Lun

The purpose of this study is to introduce a new innovative means of container stacking/storage as a potential solution for overcoming the lack of container yard space.

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A study of the critical success factors of international ship finance centre: The case of Shanghai

Petrus W.C. Choy, T.L. Yip, Kelvin Pang, Eunha Lee

The purpose of this study is to identify the critical success factors to international ship finance centre (ISFC) and to understand the reasons behind ship financing decision by…

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Determinants of banking sector’s credit granting policy for the yacht industry in Taiwan

Yi-Chih Yang, Hsien-Pin Liu

This paper aims to investigate bank credit policies and uncover yacht building finance assessment factors from bank credit policies toward the yacht industry.

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Coal containerization: Will it be an alternative mode of transport between north and south China in the future?

Dong Yang, Jinxian Weng, Jia Hu

Shaanxi, Shanxi province and Inner Mongolia in north China are the nation’s leading producers of coal. In the past decades, a huge amount of coal has been transported from these…

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Cover of Maritime Business Review

ISSN:

2397-3757

Online date, start – end:

2016

Journal’s owner:

Pacific Star Group

Open Access:

open access

Editors:

  • Chin-Shan Lu
  • Tsz Leung Yip