Turnround and Costs of Conventional Cargo Liners: UK – India Route

Turnround and Costs of Conventional Cargo Liners: UK – India Route

Dr Saggar finds that very large economies could be effected by reducing the number of ports of call and thus increasing the number of voyages per annum. The largest and fastest ships may not be the most economical.

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