MARINE TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
|Author(s)||Henry S. Marcus|
|Publisher||Auburn House Publishing Company|
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This book is mainly dealing with the modern ship technology matters confronted by the management of the shipping companies during the recent decades. Some of the specific technologies have been described together with their regulatory, economic and even political aspects.
The content is arranged in fifteen chapters. While the first chapter is introductory, providing readers with some general overview of the shipping industry of today, chapters 2 to 6 are devoted to the liner shipping - that main emphasis has been set by the author to the real life examples taken from the experience of the shipping companies operating in America, such as the American Mail Line, American President Lines and others.
The chapters 7 to 13 are dealing with the fleet investment analysis, again based on the business experience of such companies as Ogden Marine, Legrand Shipping Co., Laval Maritime and other. Finally, the last chapter of this book addresses the ship-port interface using the Seadock and Loop and Venture Oil as the examples.
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