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  1. In this paper, three steps are made. First, an effort is made to show a consequential effect of maritime insecurity on seafarers and marine professionals; they are at risk of a complicated string of processes ...

    Authors: Anthony Djaba Sackey, Bernard Lomotey, Abigail Dede Sackey, Raphael Ofosu-Dua Lee, Abraham Akwetey Teye, Richmond Kennedy Quarcoo and John Bansah
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:20
  2. Due to imbalances in the global transport of containerised goods, liner shipping companies go to great lengths to match the regional supply and demand for empty containers by transporting equipment from surplu...

    Authors: Christoph Martius, Lutz Kretschmann, Miriam Zacharias, Carlos Jahn and Ole John
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:19
  3. This paper explores theoretically the formation of a system of cities in which ports affect the spatial location and the size of cities. We use a complex systems and economic geography approach to generate 2D ...

    Authors: Igor Lugo and Gustavo Martínez-Mekler
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:16

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:18

  4. The purpose of this paper is to present an analysis on the energy balance of the hybrid energy system and the mooring scheme for a container ship, as well as the energy balance of the electricity generating sy...

    Authors: Panaitescu Mariana, Panaitescu Fanel-Viorel, Vasilescu Mihail-Vlad and Daineanu Robert-Alexandru
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:15
  5. Shipping is pivotal for global commerce, yet its externalities are not yet fully set into context, especially with reference to environmental impact. Shipping is a practise developed from the dawn of history. ...

    Authors: Peter J. Stavroulakis and Stratos Papadimitriou
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:14
  6. Maritime transport contributes significantly to environmental pollution. The Mediterranean Sea Area is particularly affected by marine emissions from particulate matter, black carbon, nitrogen oxides and sulph...

    Authors: Domenico Gattuso, Gian Carla Cassone and Domenica Savia Pellicanò
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:13
  7. This article investigates economic and operational effects of introducing autonomous vessels to liner shipping networks. By the formulation of optimization models, we analyze how fleet configurations with vess...

    Authors: Gam Thi Hong Nguyen, Daria Ruzaeva, Julio Cesar Góez and Mario Guajardo
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:12
  8. The COVID-19 pandemic has augmented pre-existing digitalization and environmental trends. In the maritime industry, one of the marked impacts of the pandemic is how the regard for technology has changed. There...

    Authors: Dimitris Gavalas, Theodoros Syriopoulos and Efthimios Roumpis
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:11
  9. With new, innovative logistics tools and frameworks coming to the market rather quickly, developing a decision support framework to assess its value before carrying out extensive, quantitative economic assessm...

    Authors: Jeffrey Willems, Tom Pauwels, Edwin van Hassel, Thierry Vanelslander and Steve Sel
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:7
  10. This study is motivated by a real-world application of ABC (Pvt) Ltd., a well-known FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) industry. The industry have nine agents (in two operating regions) from which it can serve ...

    Authors: D. G. N. D. Jayarathna, G. H. J. Lanel and Z. A. M. S. Juman
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:6
  11. The Panama Canal expansion has influenced the development of ports within the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region, intending to capitalise on economic opportunities through seaborne trade. Examining p...

    Authors: Kahuina Miller and Tetsuro Hyodo
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:4
  12. Nowadays, Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been prosperous for a long time and brings plenty of opportunities to every aspect of China. As a coastal province with lots of port resources, Shandong province ha...

    Authors: Yiran Sun, Yuqian Wang and Jingci Xie
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:3
  13. This study examines the concept of transparency as practiced (or not) in ports. It explores the availability of information to the general public and port stakeholders through the ports’ most public face—its w...

    Authors: Mary R. Brooks, Geraldine Knatz, Athanasios A. Pallis and Gordon Wilmsmeier
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:1
  14. Over the past decade the number of maritime transportation accidents has fallen. However, as shipping vessels continue to increase in size, one single incident, such as the oil spills from ‘super’ tankers, can...

    Authors: Carine Dominguez-Péry, Lakshmi Narasimha Raju Vuddaraju, Isabelle Corbett-Etchevers and Rana Tassabehji
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:20
  15. Port sustainability studies are increasing rapidly and are skewed toward environmental aspects, while at the same time their results are fragmented, making it difficult to collectively assess conclusions. This...

    Authors: Anas S. Alamoush, Fabio Ballini and Aykut I. Ölçer
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:19
  16. Currently, the shipping industry is at a crossroads. Although it has overcome numerous technological barriers and finance and economic crises over the years, the industry is facing its most prominent challenge...

    Authors: Ana Cristina Paixão Casaca and Maria Amélia Ramos Loja
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:16
  17. It is widely accepted that the highly volatile Panamax market has many peculiarities; for example, Panamax vessels transport the major and the minor dry bulk cargoes worldwide. In contrast, the variety of carg...

    Authors: Ioannis Karaoulanis and Theodore Pelagidis
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:15
  18. In 2017, the majority of the United Kingdom Supreme Court held in its judgment in the Gard Marine and Energy v China National Chartering (The Ocean Victory) case that, in bareboat charters under the ‘BARECON 89’ ...

    Authors: Albano Gilabert Gascón
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:12
  19. Classification societies play a major role in maritime safety and the regulation of the international shipping market. They have a dual mission, namely the classification and certification of ships. Paradoxica...

    Authors: François Fulconis and Raphael Lissillour
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:10
  20. Today, alternative fuels are seen as a critical area of sustainable technological growth in maritime transport. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), the United Nations body for maritime issues and ot...

    Authors: Olga Sideri, Michalis Papoutsidakis, Theodore Lilas, Nikitas Nikitakos and Dimitrios Papachristos
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:9
  21. Talent management (TM) is referred as a young and developing field and it is claimed to be require more contribution from the different industry and country perspectives. Because of the highly dynamic and comp...

    Authors: Ramazan Özkan Yildiz and Soner Esmer
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:6
  22. This study examines the conditions that influence the choice between direct shipment and transshipment, focusing on two factors: geographical distance and demand. We develop a two-stage model comprising shippi...

    Authors: Hoshi Tagawa, Tomoya Kawasaki and Shinya Hanaoka
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:4
  23. Since 2006, when the Emma Maersk broke into the world of shipping, the growth in containership size has remained a continuous trend.For the last 14 years, since 2006, the enlargement of fullcontainerships size...

    Authors: Ricardo J. Sánchez, Daniel E. Perrotti and Alejandra Gomez Paz Fort
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2021 6:2
  24. The current Editorial addresses the evolutionary path of the shipping industry. It mentions its role throughout the years, identifies the leading market segments, refers to the different operational modes due ...

    Authors: Ana Cristina Paixão Casaca and Maria Amélia Ramos Loja
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2020 5:27
  25. Financial technical analysis of markets and trends differs from fundamental analysis in that econometrics are used on “fundamental” economic data in fundamental analysis. Technical analysis, however, adds to t...

    Authors: Joan Mileski, Christopher Clott, Cassia Bomer Galvao and Taliese Laverne
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2020 5:26
  26. The use of shipping containers for the transport of goods has become indispensable and a crucial factor for globalization by providing inexpensive and safe transport opportunities. It is expected that the numb...

    Authors: Niclas Hoffmann, Robert Stahlbock and Stefan Voß
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2020 5:22
  27. China’s growing influence on the world has generated profound effects on the political and economic decisions of her partner nations. Recent conflict escalation between China and western countries gives rise t...

    Authors: Gregory Whitten, Xiaoyi Dai, Simon Fan and Yu Pang
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2020 5:21

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