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  1. The technology of the Internet of Things (IoT) represents a cornerstone of the fourth industrial revolution. We adopt a machine learning approach to examine the effect of IoT technology on shipping business op...

    Authors: Kelly Gerakoudi, Georgios Kokosalakis and Peter J. Stavroulakis
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:19
  2. Shipping is a highly cyclical, volatile, and unpredictable industry. In recent history, economic shocks like the COVID-19 pandemic have heavily disrupted supply chains and tested the resilience and adaptabilit...

    Authors: Enrico D’agostini, Sohyun Jo and Maria Attard
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:18
  3. Sea-rail intermodal transportation around the globe faces complex challenges that affect the satisfaction of shippers' needs. An efficient cargo flow between the port and its hinterland depends particularly on...

    Authors: Tareq Abu-Aisha, Jean-Francois Audy and Mustapha Ouhimmou
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:17
  4. HRM is forced to adapt and reinvent its practices towards more innovative and creative frameworks and models, due to the impetus technological developments in the modern business environment. The same applies ...

    Authors: Ioannis N. Theotokas, Ioannis N. Lagoudis, Athina Syntychaki and John Prosilias
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:13
  5. The decarbonization of the shipping industry is a critical imperative in the global fight against climate change. Non-EU countries, being significant contributors to shipping emissions, play a crucial role in...

    Authors: Sedat Baştuğ, Ersin Fırat Akgül, Hercules Haralambides and Theo Notteboom
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:12

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  6. This study assesses the potential macro-economic effects of climate change affecting operations in three maritime chokepoints, i.e., the Panama Canal, the Suez Canal, and the Turkish Straits. The analysis focu...

    Authors: Ramon Key, Ramiro Parrado, Elisa Delpiazzo, Richard King and Francesco Bosello
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:11
  7. Every year, up to 0.3 million tonnes of waste from the European shipping industry is not properly delivered at ports. Most of the waste produced by the shipping industry is plastic waste, putting plastics at t...

    Authors: X. I. Loizidou, M. I. Loizides, D. L. Orthodoxou and D. Petsa
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:10
  8. Ports play a significant role in facilitating international trade and economic development, serving as vital gateways for the movement of goods across the continent and beyond. As global trade volumes continue...

    Authors: Enock Kojo Ayesu and Kofi Ampah Bennin Boateng
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:8
  9. Container ports play a pivotal role in international trade, facilitating the movement of goods and fostering economic development. While much attention has been given to the efficiency of ports in high-income ...

    Authors: Caleb Danladi, Sarah Tuck, Panagiotis Tziogkidis, Lijun Tang and Chukwuneke Okorie
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:7
  10. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the challenges that appear in maritime human resource management, in the face of the digitalized environment in maritime business, due to the diffusion of new technologi...

    Authors: Ioannis N. Theotokas, Ioannis N. Lagoudis and Konstantina Raftopoulou
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:6
  11. Regional integration in Africa is deepening, and the existing regional groupings are making frantic efforts to remove barriers to trade. One way in which trade among countries can be promoted is through the es...

    Authors: Stein Masunda and Gabriel Mhonyera
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:5
  12. This paper assesses the role shipping and logistics foreign direct investment (FDI) plays in developing country export performance, exemplified by the case of the large multinational corporation (MNC) Maersk’s...

    Authors: Majbritt Greve and Michael Wendelboe Hansen
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:4
  13. Over the years, the demand for transportation has experienced a consistent rise, which has exacerbated a multitude of issues including environmental, visual, and noise pollution, congestion, land use conflicts...

    Authors: N. Calderón-Rivera, I. Bartusevičienė and F. Ballini
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:3
  14. Modern cargo vessel transport constitutes an important part of global economy; hence it is of paramount importance to develop novel, more efficient reliability methods for cargo ships, especially if onboard re...

    Authors: Oleg Gaidai, Fang Wang, Yu Cao and Zirui Liu
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2024 9:1
  15. This research quantifies the impacts that COVID-19 had on the financial performance of Finnish seaports. The data comprises annual financial statement information from 18 seaports. The ports are different in t...

    Authors: Pekka Leviäkangas, Lauri Ojala, Seong Mok Paik and Veikko Pekkala
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:29
  16. By improving the connectivity between China and Europe, Chinese investments aim to redefine China’s position within global transport networks and logistics flows. This article explores the evolution of port ac...

    Authors: Ouail Oulmakki, Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Andrey Hernandez Meza and Jérôme Verny
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:28
  17. Artificial intelligence (AI) developments enable human capability to deliver the same outcome at a lower cost. This research performs a high-level matching between AI solutions and challenges within the port a...

    Authors: Mehran Farzadmehr, Valentin Carlan and Thierry Vanelslander
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:27
  18. Modal shift in freight transport entails moving freight from road to rail, inland waterways, and short sea shipping. In current Dutch and European freight transport policy, modal shift is foreseen to play an i...

    Authors: Olaf Jonkeren, Klaas Friso and Lourentz Hek
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:24
  19. Today, several research/initiatives exist in AI technology at the port operation. They mainly focus on solution development in a particular port and shipping industry domain. This scattered implementation lead...

    Authors: Mehran Farzadmehr, Valentin Carlan and Thierry Vanelslander
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:23
  20. On the China–Europe route, the sea used to dominate entirely continental transports, but in the last decade the railways started to gain some ground. However, it took number of years that railway volumes grew ...

    Authors: Olli-Pekka Hilmola and Weidong Li
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:22
  21. The Greater Bay Area (GBA) is to become a major innovation and technology hub of global impact. Such a transformation is to take place in the midst of a policy-driven economy in GBA’s Mainland region and a mar...

    Authors: Edmund Y. Wu, Danny C. K. Ho, Stephen C. H. Ng and Lawrence C. Leung
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:21
  22. The use of technologies that automate handling goods and loading units in warehouses and depots is not new. Yet, the purchase process of these technologies issues troubles and the estimation of the economic ad...

    Authors: Valentin Carlan, David Ceulemans, Edwin van Hassel, Stijn Derammelaere and Thierry Vanelslander
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:20
  23. The term ‘innovation ecosystem’ has become popular among stakeholders involved in innovation. The core idea is that innovation does not thrive through isolated actions of individual companies, but rather depen...

    Authors: Jonas Mendes Constante, Peter W. de Langen and Salvador Furió Pruñonosa
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:18
  24. Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a robust procedure for ranking options and supporting multi-criteria decision making that determine the port that a shipping operator will select, while designing the most...

    Authors: Dimitrios Georgoulas, Ioannis Koliousis and Stratos Papadimitriou
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:16
  25. The maritime industry is significant to the growth and development of nations. The relationship between shipping trade and economic growth in Nigeria is acknowledged in the literature. Still, the need to empha...

    Authors: Adedotun Joseph Adenigbo, Joash Mageto and Rose Luke
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:15
  26. This paper proposes a conceptual performance assessment tool for evaluating the environmental performance in small seaports. The developed tool is based and built based on a literature review. Ports, depending...

    Authors: Olli-Pekka Brunila, Vappu Kunnaala-Hyrkki and Tommi Inkinen
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:14
  27. Cargo conveyance onboard dry bulk carriers is contemporarily often affiliated to preoperational waiting times, which may affect the income situation of stakeholders and the sustainability of the sector. Theref...

    Authors: Alexander Senss, Onder Canbulat, Dogancan Uzun, Sefer Anil Gunbeyaz and Osman Turan
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:12
  28. This paper investigated the risk indicators in maritime accidents and how they are considered within the reporting of maritime accidents, drawing on ten years of International Maritime Organisation (IMO) (2011...

    Authors: Carine Dominguez-Péry, Rana Tassabehji, Franck Corset and Zainab Chreim
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:11
  29. This paper bridges port governance and stakeholder theory to contribute to new understandings of changed stakeholder relations due to the building of new container terminals. The case of the newly inaugurated ...

    Authors: Torben Andersen, Jonas Aryee, George Acheampong and Annette Skovsted Hansen
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:10
  30. This study investigates existing literature on decarbonization technology responsibility for sustainable business models in the shipping industry. Specifically, it considers the relationship between responsibl...

    Authors: Assunta Di Vaio, Anum Zaffar, Daniel Balsalobre-Lorente and Antonio Garofalo
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:9
  31. Comprehensive studies on the impact of market access on port efficiency are scarce, and the problem that market access indicators are potentially endogenous lacks treatment in maritime economics. This paper of...

    Authors: Kenneth Løvold Rødseth, Rasmus Bøgh Holmen, Timo Kuosmanen and Halvor Schøyen
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:8
  32. Various alternative solutions for sustainable last-mile parcel deliveries have been piloted and partially put into operation in Europe in the past decade. However, these delivery concepts have mainly been cons...

    Authors: Johannes Gruber, Benjamin Heldt and Saskia Seidel
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:7
  33. As an integral part of the global supply chain network, Indonesian supply chain entities should understand conditional seaport risk factors that could lead to seaport threats that affect supply chain continuit...

    Authors: Muhammad Reza Do. Bagus and Shinya Hanaoka
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:6
  34. Determining which ports to call at in a maritime loop is considered as an important determinant factor for shipping companies which impacts not only on efficiency, and productivity but also on transportation c...

    Authors: Seyed Abolfazl Mohseni, Christa Sys, Thierry Vanelslander and Edwin van Hassel
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:4
  35. Reduced free time and increased fees for demurrage and detention create organizational challenges with respect to intermodal transport. As a result, actors within the maritime supply chains are confronted with...

    Authors: Katrien Storms, Christa Sys, Thierry Vanelslander and Ruben Van Deuren
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:3
  36. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has adopted the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) and the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) as short term measures for decarbonisation of the shipping in...

    Authors: Seyedvahid Vakili, Fabio Ballini, Alessandro Schönborn, Anastasia Christodoulou, Dimitrios Dalaklis and Aykut I. Ölçer
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2023 8:2
  37. Previous research offering a comprehensive overview of digitalisation in maritime transport is limited. In this paper, the authors use several cases to examine digitalisation’s role in the chartering business....

    Authors: Evi Plomaritou and Sotiris Jeropoulos
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:28
  38. Evaluating supply chain system improvements and international economic integration patterns to changes in expenditure requires urgent attention from short to long-term supply chain disruption review. Following...

    Authors: Dimitrios Paraskevadakis and Adeyeri Ifeoluwa
    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2022 7:27

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