1 edition of Public Policy in the Liner Shipping Industry found in the catalog.
Public Policy in the Liner Shipping Industry
R. M. Conlon
|Statement||By R. M. Conlon and J. A. Zerby|
|Series||CAER Paper ; no. 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
Handbook of International Trade and Transportation Edited by Bruce A. Blonigen and Wesley W. Wilson International trade has grown rapidly over the past half century, accommodated by the transportation industry through concomitant growth and technological change. A Liner Conference System (also called a "shipping conference") is an agreement within the shipping industry in relation to ocean liners. Typically, the agreement is between two or more shipping companies to provide scheduled cargo and/or passenger service on a .
2 Throughout its history, liner shipping, the business of offering regular time scheduled ocean shipping services in international trade, 2 has enjoyed exemptions from the effect of certain competition rules and, as a result, conferences 3 among oceans carriers, allowing File Size: KB. Liner shipping companies "are characterized by operating scheduled services between predetermined ranges of ports on a continuous basis." (U.N.) Most liner shipping service today is focused on containerized freight traffic. Competition in the liner shipping industry has been in existence since the days when sailing ships were introduced.
International shipping containers are 20 to 40 feet long, and can be transported in an ocean liner, on rail cars and on public roads on a container chassis trailer. Domestic containers are up to 53 foot long, and are of lighter construction. Container Chassis A type of trailer specifically designed to carry a shipping container. Consignee. The title is broken into several sections: Shipping economics and maritime nexus -- International seaborne trade -- Economics of shipping markets and shipping cycles -- Economics of shipping sectors -- Issues in liner shipping -- Pollution and vessel safety -- National and international shipping policies -- Aspects of shipping management and operations -- Shipping investment, finance, .
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Get this from a library. Public policy in the liner shipping industry. [R M Conlon; J A Zerby; University of New South Wales. Centre for Applied Economic Research.]. The Liner Shipping Industry and Carbon Emissions Policy WSC works with a broad range of public and private sector stakeholders in support of policies and programs to advance the development of an efficient, secure, and The Liner Shipping Industry and Carbon Emissions Policy (c) World Shipping Council – September All rights.
Structure and Operations in the Liner Shipping Industry Davies () is the only author who offers an actual empirical analysis to substantiate the validity of contestability theory.
The book is divided in three parts: Part I The liner shipping industry; Part II Liner service optimization; Part III Economic evaluation of the conference system.
Needless to say, all three parts concur to fulfill the first purpose of providing a complete book of liner shipping economics. About the Council • Coordinated voice for international liner shipping on public policy: – Economic regulation – Port and maritime security – Environmental regulation – Maritime transportation infrastructure – Cargo Safety • Formed in • Headquartered in Washington, D.C.
• Opened Brussels office in • 29 member companies – 90% of globalFile Size: KB. A competitive liner shipping sector is vital for global transport. This industry has had a very atypical history in terms of the application of competition law.
Since the industry’s inception in the 19th century late, liner shipping conferences, whereby liner shipping companies fix prices and other conditions on a given route, have been a common practice and for a long time these agreements.
sea change in liner shipping: regulation and managerial decision-making in a global industry Transport policy is undergoing major changes that transcend national boundaries.
Meanwhile, strategic alliances and mergers are changing the face of the liner shipping business. Benefits of Liner Shipping.
International liner shipping is a sophisticated network of regularly scheduled services that transports goods from anywhere in the world to anywhere in the world at low cost and with greater energy efficiency than any other form of international transportation.
The product type considered in the container liner market study includes end fill, open top, top fill, and wide access. Of these, the end fill container liner segment accounts for the major share of the global container liner market.
The capacity considered in the container liner market study includes 20 /5(19). ALPHALINER™ offers weekly and monthly publications to the LINER industry. Fleet analysis, order-book. Topical Newsletters with in depth analysis, market evolutions & statistics, most relevant news of.
Dr Nair has been involved with the maritime industry in public policy affairs as well as in academic teaching and research for over 40 years.
He is currently active in research on international seaborne trade and maritime transport law and recently published a book on the economic regulation of the container liner shipping industry, which is a.
Liner shipping is the transport of goods by huge ocean ships that traverse regular routes on fixed schedules. Liner vessels include container ships, bulk carriers, tankers, specialist ships, ferries and cruise ships. Container ships carry most of the world's goods.
Bulk carriers transport raw materials like coal or iron ore. Since he has been the founder of a series of companies in the liner shipping industry focused on analysis, process improvement, strategic outlook, training and cyber security.
Lars is currently CEO of SeaIntelligence Consulting and is the author of the book “Culture Shock in Maersk Line”/5(12). In this way, her book provides a well-structured account that clearly identifies the legal issues that liner shipping companies are likely to face once the special treatment traditionally allowed them is withdrawn.
A summary of current and prospective developments in EU competition regulation and policy in liner shipping rounds up the : Alla Pozdnakova. A detailed description of information systems in one sector of the freight transportation industry is provided in this appendix.
It is included for illustrative purposes only and is not intended to suggest that the information systems of the liner shipping industry are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks or are more lacking in protection against such attacks than the information systems in.
Her research focuses on competition policy in liner shipping, port strategic management and short sea shipping. She has authored and published more than 25 books and technical reports, more than 25 book chapters, and more than 80 articles in peer-reviewed scholarly journals.
She is a co-winner of the Onassis Prize in Shipping. This paper offers an overview of the three main current trends in the liner shipping market during the last 15 years: horizontal integration, vertical integration and the investment in bigger vessels.
LINER SHIPPING 1. Introduction Shipping is a service industry that generally provides cargo transportation of international trade.
Approximate 90% cargo volume of international is transported by sea. Often, the shipping industry is categorized into two File Size: KB.
The general objective of this chapter is to assess the competitive conditions of the container liner shipping industry. To do this, it takes a closer look at four key issues in container liner shipping: pricing as an indicator of competition, market concentration, product development and differentiation, and (de)regulation.
Despite the existence of cooperation agreements, the container Author: Hilde Meersman, Christa Sys, Eddy Van de Voorde, Thierry Vanelslander. The analysis and proposals for reform are contained in a draft report presented to the workshop that brought together government delegations from both transport and competition ministries and industry representatives from both carriers and shippers.
A final report on Competition Policy in Liner Shipping will be released in. liner shipping company: A carrier that performs regular transportation of goods overseas.CONTAINER LINER SHIPPING INDUSTRY Sheng Teng Huang 1 1 Department of Transportation Science, College of Maritime Science and Management, National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU),KeelungTaiwan, Email: [email protected] 1 INTRODUCTION International container shipping industry experiences important innovation after the s.Approximate vessel-size groups referred to in the Review of Maritime Transport, according to commonly used shipping terminology Crude oil tankers Very large crude carrierdeadweight tons (dwt) and above Suezmax crude tanker ,–, dwt Aframax crude tan–, dwt Panamax crude tan–79, dwt.