Optimal Shipping Technologies for Routes to Developing Countries

Optimal Shipping Technologies for Routes to Developing Countries

The author compares cargo handling rates and costs at sea and in port. There are so many systems available that no clear-cut choices can be made, but deep sea roll-on-roll-off ships seem likely to make a powerful challenge on third world routes.

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