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Optimal design of container liner services: interactions with the transport demand in ports
Yang, Z.; Chen, K.; Notteboom, T. (2012). Optimal design of container liner services: interactions with the transport demand in ports. Maritime Economics & Logistics 14(4): 409-434. hdl.handle.net/10.1057/mel.2012.14
In: Maritime Economics & Logistics. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke. ISSN 1479-2931; e-ISSN 1479-294X
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Author keywords
    container; ship routing; transport demand; slot allocation; feeder port

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  • Yang, Z.
  • Chen, K.
  • Notteboom, T.

Abstract
    This article introduces an optimization model for container liner services that simultaneously optimizes the shipping route and the container slot allocation on vessels by considering the interactions between the container shipping scheme and the transport demand in the ports. The model consists of two input factors and two processes. The input factors include the shipping scheme and the transport demand in the ports. The processes relate to the optimization of the shipping scheme for a fixed transport demand and the adjustment of the transport demand for a given shipping schedule. We demonstrate the model in an empirical case study on liner service optimization on the trade route between East Asia and West Europe.

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