Maritime Business Review: Volume 7 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Port's technologies for autonomous ships in restricted waters

Helio Takahiro Sinohara, Eduardo Aoun Tannuri

This work analyses autonomous ships' specific needs of external and environmental information in restricted pilotage waters. Harbour pilots use conventional well-tested techniques…


Social media and CSR communication in European ports: the case of Twitter at the Port of Rotterdam

Francesco Vitellaro, Giovanni Satta, Francesco Parola, Nicoletta Buratti

The research objective of the paper is twofold. First, it scrutinises the current state of the art concerning adopting the most popular social media by European port managing…


A BPM-based framework for the impact assessment of blockchain to the midstream LNG supply chain

Dimitrios V. Lyridis, Georgios O. Andreadis, Christos Papaleonidas, Violetta Tsiampa

The current study addresses how blockchain can deal with the challenges that the midstream liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply chain poses combined from a management standpoint…


Assessment of port governance model: evidence from the Brazilian ports

Cláudio de Jesus Marques Soares, Ana Cristina Paixão Casaca

Since enacting Act 8630/93, Brazilian port activities have been going through significant modifications, changing from the public port service management to the landlord model…

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  • Chin-Shan Lu
  • Tsz Leung Yip