Maritime Business Review: Volume 8 Issue 4 , Open Access


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Queueing networks for supporting container storage and retrieval

Pasquale Legato, Rina Mary Mazza

An integrated queueing network focused on container storage/retrieval operations occurring on the yard of a transshipment hub is proposed. The purpose of the network is to support…

Framework for liner shipping connectivity data analytics and research

Wei Yim Yap

This research proposes a framework to conceptualise the potential realm of data regarding shipping connectivity for application of data analytics which can be used to generate…

A longitudinal study of seaport selection: the perspective of container shipping companies

Min-Seop Sim, Sung-Ho Kim, Yul-Seong Kim, Young-Joon Seo

Competition among seaports is rapidly increasing due to various factors such as the global recession, resurgence of COVID-19, tight environmental regulations of IMO, sharp rise in…

Review of bargaining and transaction prices: future avenues for shipping studies

Satya Sahoo, Liping Jiang, Dong-Wook Song

In the shipping industry, both sales and purchases of second-hand ships and freight transport services are prevalently tailormade and traded with intense bilateral negotiations…

Cruise shipping network of ports in and around the emission control areas: a network structure perspective

Maneerat Kanrak, Yui-yip Lau, Xavier Ling, Saksuriya Traiyarach

The rapid growth in cruise shipping coupled with increasing public awareness of climate change has led to increasing concerns about the impact cruise shipping poses on the…

The announcement effect of shipping sale-and-leaseback transactions

Sangho Yoon, Chi Yeol Kim

This paper investigates the announcement effect of shipping sale-and-leaseback (SLB) transactions. As an emerging source of financing, a growing deal of interest has been paid to…

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