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  1. Over 90 % of the world trade volumes is being carried by sea nowadays. This figure shows the massive importance of the maritime trade routes for the world economy. However, the evolution of their structure ove...

    Authors: Zuzanna Kosowska-Stamirowska, César Ducruet and Nishant Rai
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:10
  2. The management of dredged sediments is a major challenge for many ports and harbours who need to maintain navigable access. Sediment volumes produced may be significant and expensive to manage. This paper pres...

    Authors: Joseph Harrington, J. Murphy, M. Coleman, D. Jordan and G. Szacsuri
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:7
  3. In recent years, there has been significant interest in the development of connectivity indicators for ports. For short sea shipping, especially in Europe, Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) shipping is almost equally im...

    Authors: Peter W. de Langen, Maximiliano Udenio, Jan C. Fransoo and Reima Helminen
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:6
  4. In this research we evaluate the environmental economic impact of shipping from the perspective of CO2 emissions by implementing Marine Emission Trading Scheme (METS), as defined. This trading scheme is based on ...

    Authors: Elyakim Ben-Hakoun, Mordechai Shechter and Yehuda Hayuth
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:5
  5. From a European, regional and local perspective, as well as from the point of view of port authorities, it is important that waterborne transport should be sustainable. In this context, liquefied natural gas (...

    Authors: Raimonds Aronietis, Christa Sys, Edwin van Hassel and Thierry Vanelslander
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:2
  6. Transport complex economies (TCEs), which comprise both upstream and downstream firms in the transport chain that conduct shipping and trade-related activities, can be desirable locations for port users (e.g.,...

    Authors: Y. H. Venus Lun, John Carlton and Khaild Bichou
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:1

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