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Table of Contents
                            Cover
Title
Copyright
Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Notes on the contributors
Preface
Part One Introduction
	1 Introduction to maritime logistics
		Dong-Wook Song and photis M Panayides
		Background
		Outline of the book
		References
	2 Maritime transport and logistics as a trade facilitator
		Albert W Veenstra
		Introduction
		Ports and shipping as facilitators of trade
		The practice of international shipping
		International trade research and non-tariff barriers
		Global trade barrier measurement
		Summary and conclusion
		Notes
		References
	3 International maritime trade and logistics
		Funda Yercan and Turkay Yildiz
		Introduction
		Logistics and supply chain management
		Logistics and transport
		Global trade and the maritime industry
		Discussion and conclusion
		References
	4 Defining maritime logistics and its value
		Eon-Seong Lee, Hyung-Sik Nam
		Introduction
		Maritime logistics in concept
		Maritime logistics value defined
		Strategic significance of maritime logistics value
		Concluding remarks
		References
	5 Hinterland logistics and global supply chains
		Rickard Bergqvist
		Introduction
		Conceptual framework
		Hinterland transport system design
		Hinterland logistics: Strategy
		Hinterland logistics: Management
		Hinterland logistics and its influence on global supply chains
		Conclusions
		References
	6 Human elements in maritime logistics
		Cecilia Österman and Anna-Lisa Osvalder
		Introduction
		The human element in science and theory
		Effects on system performance 
and well-being
		Concluding remarks
		References
Part Two Shipping logistics
	7 Intermodal freight transport and logistics
		Katsuhiko Hayashi and Toshinori Nemoto
		Introduction
		Characteristics of intermodal transport
		Containerization and intermodal transport
		Development of intermodal transport
		Combined transport operators and their services
		Towards the innovative intermodal transport
		Notes
		References
	8 Developing liner service networks in container shipping
		César Ducruet and Theo Notteboom
		Introduction: Background on liner shipping
		Configuration and design of liner shipping services
		Shipping routes, network patterns and port centrality
		Conclusions
		References
	9 Supply chain integration of shipping companies
		Photis M Panayides, Robert Wiedmer, Panayiotis C Andreou and Christodoulos Louca
		Introduction
		Supply chain integration in the maritime shipping industry
		The impact of supply chain integration on shipping firm performance
		Conclusion and further research
		References
	10 Logistics strategy in container shipping
		Alfred J Baird
		Introduction
		Literature review
		Container line logistics activities
		Liner operator case studies
		Strategic groups
		Conclusions
		References
	11 Tanker shipping logistics
		Robert Desrosiers
		Introduction
		Transfer components
		Contractual relationships
		Cargo transfer procedures
		Cargo losses
		Conclusion
		Glossary
		References
	12 Dry bulk 
shipping 
logistics
		Claude Comtois and Romuald Lacoste
		Dry bulk trade
		Dry bulk fleet
		Economies of dry bulk trade
		Principles of dry bulk shipping logistics
		Conclusion
		References
Part Three Port logistics
	13 Dry ports in concept and practice
		Violeta Roso and andrea Rosa
		Introduction
		Intermodality and seaport inland access
		Intermodal terminal facilities
		The dry port concept
		Benefits of dry ports
		Dry port examples in Europe
		Conclusions
		References
	14 Port-centric logistics in concept and practice
		Nikolaos Valantasis-Kanellos and Dong-Wook Song
		Introduction
		Contemporary business environment of ports
		Port-centric logistics in concept
		Port-centric logistics in practice
		Conclusion
		Note
		References
	15 Container hub ports in concept and practice
		Hyung-Sik Nam and Dong-Wook Song
		Introduction
		Logistics hub in perspective
		Application of logistics hubs 
to container ports
		Concluding remarks
		References
	16 Multinationalizing container ports: Business models and strategies
		Francesco Parola
		Introduction
		The supply of stevedoring services: 
Leading players and business models
		Container port MNEs: Timeframe and geographic scope of internationalization
		Strategies for growth
		Concluding remarks
		References
	17 Public–private partnerships and port logistics performance
		Jasmine Siu Lee Lam, Francesco Parola and Photis M Panayides
		Introduction
		The overall development in port PPP
		Institutional factors and PPPs: Which impact on port logistics performance?
		Conclusion
		Note
		References
	18 Port and logistics chains: Changes in organizational effectiveness
		Cimen Karatas Cetin
		Introduction
		Ports and logistics chains
		Port authorities in logistics chains
		Changes in effectiveness of port organizations
		Conclusion
		References
	19 Logistics performance of supply chain-oriented ports
		Su Han Woo, Stephen Pettit and Anthony Beresford
		Introduction
		Review of relevant port literature
		Evolution of port research
		Supply chains and seaports
		Integration of ports in supply chains
		Research model and data collection
		Empirical analysis and results
		Conclusion
		Appendix 19.1
		Appendix 19.2
		References
Part Four Conclusion
	20 Looking ahead
		Photis M Panayides and Dong-Wook Song
		Topics of investigation and their importance
		Outcomes and implications
Index
                        

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