The Economics of Multi-Port Itineraries for Large Container Ships

The Economics of Multi-Port Itineraries for Large Container Ships

Economies of size mean that only one UK port is included on a route integrated with Europe. Southampton, Thames, Felixstowe and Immingham are all well sited, but Southampton has done best in supplying the new facilities needed.

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