3 edition of Pricing in the liner shipping industry found in the catalog.
Pricing in the liner shipping industry
J. E. Davies
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by J.E. Davies.|
|Series||Research report / Canadian Transport Commission, Research Branch ;, no. 1983/04E, Research reports (Canadian Transport Commission. Research Branch) ;, no. 1983/04E.|
|LC Classifications||HE582 .D38 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||85143555|
This paper aims to conduct a review on cruise shipping and the cruise shipping industry. The current trends are analyzed for the industry, showing that this industry is still young and has great potential to boom. Meanwhile, the Asia market is the fastest growth region among the global, to which increasing cruise ships are repositioned by major cruise by: This dissertation is a study of the spate of mergers taking place in the liner shipping industry and the options these leave for a small operator the size of ‘The Shipping Corporation of India Limited.’ A brief look has been taken at the measures liner operators have been taking to overcome the poor earnings from this industry. tion of the liner shipping industry. They restrict competition between their members. In both the Maersk/PONL and the TUI/CP Ships case, coordi nated effects led to competitions concerns on sev eral trades. Liner shipping conferences are groups of vessel operating carriers which engage in price fixing and capacity regulation. Liner shipping connectivity index of Malaysia PVH's Tommy Hilfiger brand retail sales share worldwide in , by region Further Content: You might find this interesting as well.
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AAU's shipping and logistics research group has a strategy of becoming a center of excellence regarding research on current challenges, best practices and future technological solutions for Pricing and Revenue Management for the Liner Shippping industry.
The research emphasizes how Pricing and Revenue Management capabilities are to evole in the Location: Fredrik Bajers Vej 7K, Aalborg East, The liner shipping industry is the portion of the maritime industry that includes all operations and related infrastructure involved in scheduled ocean-borne shipping.
It consists of liner vessels and the people working on-board these vessels, ports, shipbuilding operations, longshore dock workers, shipbuilders, File Size: KB. Structure and Operations in the Liner Shipping Industry Davies () is the only author who offers an actual empirical analysis to substantiate the validity of contestability theory.
Liner shipping strategies: An overview the order book and more specifically, Davies J.E. () “Pricing in liner shipp ing industry: A survey of. conceptual models”. Get this from a library. Pricing in the liner shipping industry: a survey of conceptual models.
[J E Davies]. Since he has been the founder of a series of companies in the liner shipping industry focused on analysis, process improvement, strategic outlook, training and cyber security.
Lars is currently CEO of SeaIntelligence Consulting and is the author of the book “Culture Shock in Maersk Line”/5(12). Revenue management in liner shipping is an upcoming research topic, but still only a few publications can be found in this field. In this work, a new network slot allocation model is proposed to determine booking limits or bid-prices for a liner shipping network considering different paths in the network and transshipments between : Sebastian Zurheide.
He is also the author of the book “Culture Shock in Maersk Line” outlining the changes in the world’s largest container line over the past 15 years and “Liner Shipping ” focusing on the changes to come in the industry and how carriers, terminals, shippers and forwards should navigate to.
LINER SHIPPING 1. Introduction Shipping is a service industry that generally provides cargo transportation of international trade. Approximate 90% cargo volume of international is transported by sea. Often, the shipping industry is categorized into two File Size: KB. Pricing methods and strategies in the cruise line industry A case study on Carnival Corporation’s premium and luxury brands Author: pricing and the method book by Bryman & Bell () are a few of the examples shipping companies grabbed the opportunity of repositioning themselves as providers.
The deep sea shipping industry is highly concentrated with the top 50 companies generating more than 90% of total industry revenue. Within this industry intermodal containers make up approximately 50% of industry revenue, followed by boxed and palletized goods (20%), bulk liquids and gas (10%), dry bulk cargo (5%), and other freight services (15%).
From above facts & figure, we can safely conclude that liner shipping is now virtually turned into liner container shipping. World fleet of liner vessels, primarily in the form of Container Ships and Roll-on / Roll-off Ships, are now capable to cater about 60% of the goods by.
Shipping Terms Glossary. Air Brake The air brake system on tractors is operated by air and consists of air lines, valves, tanks, and an air compressor.
Accessorial charges (also called assessorials) Any additional services required outside of the standard shipping procedure require additional fees from the carrier called accessorials. Liner shipping is the transport of goods by huge ocean ships that traverse regular routes on fixed schedules.
Liner vessels include container ships, bulk carriers, tankers, specialist ships, ferries and cruise ships. Container ships carry most of the world's goods. Bulk carriers transport raw materials like coal or iron ore.
why liner shipping in such a competitive developed era, is still not customer focused and a lot of complaints are still coming from shippers.
This period is a critical period for the liner shipping industry as it is a transformation phase with the conference system being abolished and the shipping lines facing huge pressure from the shippers.
The Box - How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger. Informer finance and economics editor for the Economist, Marc Levinson released this book, which makes the case that the modern global economy would not exist were it not for introduction of the container and the liner shipping industry that moves them.
Pricing is about deciding your market position whereas revenue management is the strategic and tactical decisions firms take in order to optimize revenues and profits.
This book offers insights into research, theories, applications and innovations and how to makes these work in different industries. A competitive liner shipping sector is vital for global transport. This industry has had a very atypical history in terms of the application of competition law.
Since the industry’s inception in the 19th century late, liner shipping conferences, whereby liner shipping companies fix prices and other conditions on a given route, have been a common practice and for a long time these agreements. The product type considered in the container liner market study includes end fill, open top, top fill, and wide access.
Of these, the end fill container liner segment accounts for the major share of the global container liner market. The capacity considered in the container liner market study includes 20 /5(19).
liner shipping company: A carrier that performs regular transportation of goods overseas. In the case of a Liner, generally the shipping line operating the liner service will have their own pre-printed bill of lading or use a BIMCO ConLineBill, whereas in the case of a Tramp service (which may be covered by a Charter Party), a bill of lading like the BIMCO ConGenBill will be used depending on the cargo, charter party etc.
Basic of liner shipping Industry background and recent trend Liner shipping market Pricing are approximately liner services in operation today.
Most of these liner services provide weekly sailing from the ports of call. A detailed description of information systems in one sector of the freight transportation industry is provided in this appendix. It is included for illustrative purposes only and is not intended to suggest that the information systems of the liner shipping industry are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks or are more lacking in protection against such attacks than the information systems in.
Downloadable. The general objective of this chapter is to assess the competitive conditions of the container liner shipping industry. To do this, it takes a closer look at four key issues in container liner shipping: pricing as an indicator of competition, market concentration, product development and differentiation, and (de): Hilde Meersman, Christa Sys, Eddy Van de Voorde, Thierry Vanelslander.
liner shipping acquisition, there are at least recent precedents. CMA CGM spent nearly $bn on Singapore’s NOL, whose total equity stood at $bn at end Marchaccording to its latest quarterly report before the sale, resulting in a price-to-book value ratio marginally higher than Size: 1MB.
Title: Costs and Prices in the Liner Shipping industry 1 Costs and Prices in the Liner Shipping industry Massimiliano Cozzani 7 Aprile 2 We can see todays topics connected to BUDGET SCHEMES SCHEDULE With comments on cargo allocations CONTAINER COSTS With particular emphasis on MR (Maintenance Repair) Details on container.
Liner shipping companies "are characterized by operating scheduled services between predetermined ranges of ports on a continuous basis." (U.N.) Most liner shipping service today is focused on containerized freight traffic.
Competition in the liner shipping industry has been in existence since the days when sailing ships were introduced.
Liner service refers to that portion of the shipping industry that follows regular schedules. Liner shipping firms promise to depart a port on a given day regardless of whether the ship is full.
Liner shipping is contrasted with so-called “tramp” shipping, which involves ships setting sail at indeterminate dates, often only when they have. Analysis of customer needs and service quality at a liner shipping company Master thesis, Supply Chain Management JULIA OTHELIUS ULRIKA WEMMERT Department of Technology Management and Economics Division of Industrial Marketing CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNONOLGY Gothenburg, Sweden, Report No.
E 2 Throughout its history, liner shipping, the business of offering regular time scheduled ocean shipping services in international trade, 2 has enjoyed exemptions from the effect of certain competition rules and, as a result, conferences 3 among oceans carriers, allowing File Size: KB.
Dynamic pricing studies for container liner shipping services. Academic literature on dynamic pricing for container liner shipping services is scarce (Lee and Song, ).
To the best of our knowledge, there is no study focusing on the topic except for that of Liu and Yang (). They applied a two-stage optimizing model for a sea-rail Cited by: 2. team-work as well as safety and security culture are presented. Shipping industry is in this paper contrasted and compared with other service industries for peculiarities that exist and make this industry unique for business-to-business marketing.
Analysis is based on case studies of leading shipping companies of bulk and liner Size: KB. Approximate vessel-size groups referred to in the Review of Maritime Transport, according to commonly used shipping terminology Crude oil tankers Very large crude carrierdeadweight tons (dwt) and above Suezmax crude tanker ,–, dwt Aframax crude tan–, dwt Panamax crude tan–79, dwt.
Gkonis and Psaraftis Some key variables affecting liner shipping costs 3 1 Another indicator used was the cost per TEU per mile carried.
The cost per TEU-mile can be 2 calculated by dividing total costs by total amount of transport service produced during a specific 3 period of time. The total amount of transport service was calculated by multiplying totalFile Size: 1MB. This research takes an initial step to address the optimal itinerary provision and pricing problem for container liner shipping.
There are several avenues that should be explored in future. First, different itineraries may share common properties, for example, they are operated by the same shipping line and they may use the same voyage by: Container shipping companies are becoming interested in the use of pricing as a profit lever.
Traditional cost-plus pricing approaches, so deeply rooted in the industry, are ineffective in a volatile shipping market that’s plagued by a lackluster world economy and severe capacity-demand imbalance. Ap is widely regarded as a key date in the history of container shipping.
That day, standardised containers were first used to transport cargo by : Jose Paul. The report challenged the alleged uniqueness of the liner shipping industry, stating that “ liner shipping is about as “different” from other industries as, for example, trucking is to freight air services or freight air is to rail freight with the exception that price– -fixing is allowed in liner shipping and nearly universally dis.
Largest container shipping companies. This is a list of the world's top 30 container shipping companies ranked in order of the twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) capacity of their fleet according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development as of 1 June The stated number of container ships includes both company owned and chartered vessels.
The general objective of this chapter is to assess the competitive conditions of the container liner shipping industry. To do this, it takes a closer look at four key issues in container liner shipping: pricing as an indicator of competition, market concentration, product development and differentiation, and (de)regulation.
Despite the existence of cooperation agreements, the container Author: Hilde Meersman, Christa Sys, Eddy Van de Voorde, Thierry Vanelslander.
the maritime industry and, more particularly, liner shipping services on the WCSA. Beyond the critical moments identified in the previous work, this paper particularly focuses on the elements of technological change (related to ships), network strategies.Container shipping: More mergers, better mergers in International Shipping News 12/02/ A few precepts can help industry players better manage mergers and the integration process.Inthe liner shipping industry in Hong Kong applied for a block exemption covering both vessel sharing agreements and discussion agreements.
Following public consultation and investigation, inthe Hong Kong Competition Commission (HKCC) issued a block exemption covering vessel sharing agreements only.
The HKCC declined to issue a block.