Size of Vessels and Turnround Time. Further Evidence from the Port of Hong Kong

Size of Vessels and Turnround Time. Further Evidence from the Port of Hong Kong

Earlier research into the turnaround of grain vessels in the Port of Vancouver supported the "larger ship longer time in port" hypothesis. This paper presents evidence to show that the hypothesis is invalid for general cargo ships which used the Port of Hong Kong in 1973.

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