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|Title:||Multicommodity network flow model for Asia's container ports|
|Authors:||Lee, L.H. |
|Source:||Lee, L.H.,Chew, E.P.,Lee, L.S. (2006-09). Multicommodity network flow model for Asia's container ports. Maritime Policy and Management 33 (4) : 387-402. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/03088830600895626|
|Abstract:||This paper seeks to develop a multi-commodity network model to analyse the flow of containers within the Asia Pacific context. The model is used to evaluate the impact of container throughput in Asia's port by varying terminal handling charges and turnaround time. The three main regions analysed are north-east Asia, east Asia (Chinese port region) and south east Asia. Using the model, it could be shown that Busan port, which is an important transhipment hub in north-east Asia, could boost the container activities in the north-eastern part of China by improving its service quality. It is also found that the efficiency of the land link between Hong Kong and mainland China plays a crucial role for the future of Hong Kong port. While Singapore port maintains its position as a transhipment hub in south-east Asia, there would be expected competition from neighbouring low costs ports.|
|Source Title:||Maritime Policy and Management|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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