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Port Investment and Container Shipping Markets: An OECD Report

Port Investment and Container Shipping Markets: An OECD Report

Which issues need to be considered in order to modernise container port systems and respond to the growth of containerised maritime trade and to the d...

Foreign entry strategies of terminal operators in container ports

Foreign entry strategies of terminal operators in container ports

PortEconomcs associate member Francesco Parola, along with PortEconomics co-director Theo Notteboom, PortEconomcs member Jean-Paul Rodrigue and&n...

PortExecutive Seminar 2014 (Naples, 16-17 Oct): Registration now open

PortExecutive Seminar 2014 (Naples, 16-17 Oct): Registration now open

PortEconomics proudly announces the full programme, the opening of the registration - and the new dates - of the 4th edition of its PortExecutive Se...

Break bulk in seaports unraveled

Break bulk in seaports unraveled

PortEconomics co-director Theo Notteboom with his ITMMA colleague Indra Vonck have contributed to a French book on break bulk and bulk flows edited an...

The port system in northern China (viewpoint @PTI)

The port system in northern China (viewpoint @PTI)

Only 20 years ago the Chinese port system was still in its infancy stage. Hong Kong acted as the only container gateway to China. Since the second hal...

  • Port Investment and Container Shipping Markets: An OECD Report

    Sunday, 20 April 2014 18:56
  • Foreign entry strategies of terminal operators in container ports

    Wednesday, 16 April 2014 07:25
  • PortExecutive Seminar 2014 (Naples, 16-17 Oct): Registration now open

    Tuesday, 15 April 2014 10:12
  • Break bulk in seaports unraveled

    Friday, 11 April 2014 07:11
  • The port system in northern China (viewpoint @PTI)

    Monday, 07 April 2014 19:00

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