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Modern marine terminal operations and management
Warren H. Atkins
|Statement||Warren H. Atkins, in cooperation with the Maritime Division of the Port of Oakland ; edited by Raymond A. Boyle.|
|Contributions||Boyle, Raymond A., Port of Oakland. Maritime Division.|
|LC Classifications||HE551 .A84 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 327 p. :|
|Number of Pages||327|
|LC Control Number||83062161|
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A multi-period assignment problem that seeks to allocate vessels to berthing spaces and quay cranes is proposed to handle the quayside : Evrim Ursavas Guldogan. Following from the success of the first edition, written by a collection of eminent figures in the field, this new edition continues to look at the rational planning for port facilities requirements (berths, storage and cargo handling equipment), organisations, management and operations with relation to planning and design of ports and marine terminals.
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TERMINAL OPERATIONS This Chapter provides information on a range of terminal operational procedures and activities that influence the safe receipt and handling of tankers. These include the assessment of limiting environmental criteria for safe operations and issues associated with the provision of a safe means of.
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This volume, prepared at the request of the U.S. Maritime Administration, appraises issues pertinent to the productivity of these marine terminals, addressing such topics as the state of the art of technology and engineering design in general.
A stevedore, or labor management company, hires dockworkers to lift cargo between the ship and the dock, where the port’s laborers pick it up and bring it to the storage site. Landlord Port: The port authority owns the wharves, which it then rents or leases to a terminal operator (usually a stevedoring company).
The operator invests in cargo.Overview The Bulk Liquid Chemical Handling Guide (BLCH) is the only publication of its kind in the world. The text and imagery within this title provide chemical, terminal and supply chain companies with valuable knowledge and insight into handling bulk liquid chemical products.Acquire the detailed and comprehensive knowledge regarding the operations and management of the oil and gas terminals Grow and enhance the best management skills for the terminal and utilize the terminal support operations and functions such as cargo transfer support, berthing support, vessel departure support and the emergency support.