Maritime Transport

Shipping Logistics and Operations

; Joel Andelin (Oversetter)

Maritime transport is the transport of people or goods by water. It is the backbone of world trade and globalization. Twenty-four hours a day and all year round, ships carry cargoes to all corners of the globe. Les mer
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Maritime transport is the transport of people or goods by water. It is the backbone of world trade and globalization. Twenty-four hours a day and all year round, ships carry cargoes to all corners of the globe. Maritime Transport focuses on the operational side of this important industry, covering many topics such as sea traffic currents, passenger transport, short sea shipping and dangerous cargoes.

Parts one and two of Maritime Transport present the concepts, theory and background information, then part three presents more complex and deeper issues such as the maritime transportation of the future. It covers topics such as intelligent shipping, data exchange at sea and maritime security. In addition, the book includes fascinating case studies and examples, such as maritime transport in the Baltic sea, ship strategies in Norway and Greece and the benefits of slow steaming. At the end of each chapter there are questions that will help students to gain a deeper understanding of the many topics covered.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter - 01: Global shipping;
Chapter - 02: World trade patterns;
Chapter - 03: Globalization and growth in shipping;
Chapter - 04: Sea traffic currents;
Chapter - 05: Passenger traffic;
Chapter - 06: Logistics definition;
Chapter - 07: Logistics costs;
Chapter - 08: Transport costs;
Chapter - 09: Transport modes;
Chapter - 10: Short sea shipping;
Chapter - 11: Cargoes;
Chapter - 12: Vessels;
Chapter - 13: Employment issues;
Chapter - 14: Sea transport market;
Chapter - 15: Cargo review;
Chapter - 16: Ship structure;
Chapter - 17: Port time;
Chapter - 18: Ship size;
Chapter - 19: Freight ticket registers and subsidies for shipping;
Chapter - 20: Other expenses;
Chapter - 21: Funding;
Chapter - 22: Operational cost accounting of the vessel;
Chapter - 23: Relocation agreement and shipping documents;
Chapter - 24: Cargo formation;
Chapter - 25: Delivery clauses and shipping conditions;
Chapter - 26: Operational operations of the port;
Chapter - 27: Cargo handling;
Chapter - 28: Environmental impacts of sea transport;
Chapter - 29: Dangerous cargoes;
Chapter - 30: Ship recycling;
Chapter - 31: Maritime security and social responsibility;
Chapter - 32: Supervision and regulation of shipping;
Chapter - 33: Developments in maritime safety regulations;
Chapter - 34: Security culture;
Chapter - 35: Logistics exchange;
Chapter - 36: Information exchange in the port;
Chapter - 37: Data exchange at sea and in shipping companies;
Chapter - 38: Intelligent shipping by sea

Om forfatteren

Ulla Tapaninen is a Senior Transport and Logistics Specialist for the City of Helsinki. She is also in charge of Helsinki City maritime cluster programme, focusing on the city's unique arctic and smart marine industry with start-up companies. She is an adjunct professor of maritime logistics and was previously at the University of Turku. She has worked in key positions in two Finnish shipping companies, Finncarries Oy Ab and ESL Shipping.