publication . Article . 2011

Management of Port Operations

Gheorghe BASANU; Georgiana NUKINA;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT, volume 12, issue 6 December, pages 55-57
The Management of port operation requires the proper and efficient use of port facility, equipment for cargo handling, berth facilities, waterways and roads. It also entails the use of effective communications system, storage facilities, and dockworkers. The whole activities mentioned above form the bulk of port operations. The aspiration of port operator is to get cargo through the gateway of ports as fast as possible on to other modes of transport (rail or road) with a minimal cost to them and to the cargo owner.
free text keywords: port operations, efficiency, communications., jel:M10

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