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  • Essay On Roman Ship

    Adams Mrs. Behan Latin I 04/26/17 The Development of Roman Ships This paper will explain the development of Roman boats and ships. Roman ships were brisk, reliable, and rather safe. They usually had a huge square sail, a smaller small foresail, and two huge side rudders off the stern controlled by a small tiller bar. The ship technology of Roman ships remained unequaled up until the 16th century, especially when it came to size and cargo capacity. Roman boats played a significant part in Roman…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Containerization

    Paper 1 uses Kondratieff wave (K-wave) strategy to present the behavior of containerization through different stages. The five waves of K-wave display the evolution and importance of containerization, with supporting data of global trade and container throughput. It shows that containerization has a cyclic behavior that may spread to a specific port or port range. It is related to the topic as it gives the general information about containerization and its importance in the trade. Meanwhile, it…

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  • Case Study: Melli Marine Is An International Business

    Introduction The cargo shipping industry is an international business commerce. It is included four main segments: container shipping, roll-on and roll-off, bulk shipping and tanker shipping. The top 15 success industries focus their business on Asia-Europe and Asia-North America shipping lanes, which accounted for approximately 80% (‘Case Study: Meli Marine’ 2015). Meli Marine, another shipping industry in Singapore, has already been attracted to expand their international business into the…

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  • Cybersecurity

    today. Poor cybersecurity practices could lead to a number consequences, including lost cargo, delays, disruption, physical or environmental damage. Equally significant is the effect on our economy if ports around the U.S. were to suffer catastrophic cyber-attacks. In 2014, U.S. seaports contributed $4.56 trillion to the economy of which “$4.3 trillion was the economic value created by the movement of cargo through seaports” (DHS, 2016, p. 3). The second, and perhaps less obvious,…

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  • Engineering Disasters: Thomas Edison

    Engineering Disasters One of the most famous engineers was Thomas Edison who famously stated that “ [he had] not failed, [he had discovered] 10,000 ways that did not work”. Despite Edison’s numerous failures, he eventually perfected his version of the light bulb, got it patented and proceeded to make his invention available to consumers. Edison’s approach illustrates the engineer’s ideal process, as he repeatedly tests and perfects the design of the desired result before releasing the result to…

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  • The Last Man Off By Matt Lewis

    tells of his story of a ship wreck in the freezing Antarctic seas. Lewis had recently graduated from college and was pursuing his dream of being a scientific observer. He received his first job from a fishing company in South Africa who would be fishing south of the island, South Georgia. While out at seas, the boat experiences several mechanical problems during a storm and the crew has to abandon ship. Seventeen crewmembers perished before being rescued by another fishing ship close by, the…

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  • Ballast Water Essay

    It is also the primary reason why so much money goes into the research and development of vessels and the systems within. Although the crew may be small, vessels carry millions of dollars of cargo and it is important that the ship is preforming without any problems. The self-monitoring system supports this notion of safety by relaying wireless signals that measure analytics like flow rate to the bridge notifying the captain how the system is preforming during…

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  • Case Analysis Of Hanjin Shipping

    statement “We move global trade,” Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd is Korea’s largest and one of the world’s top ten container carriers. Hanjin Shipping operates approximately 60 linear and tramper services around the world, transporting over 100 million tons of cargo annually. The Company commands different types of vessels including 170 container vessels, liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, bulk carriers, and oil tankers. As a marine transportation services provider, Hanjin Shipping has four regional…

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  • Air Cargo Deregulation Act Case Study

    1977- Air Cargo Deregulation Act Andrew E. Brooks ERAU Worldwide Before we start to look at the pluses and minuses of the establishment of the air cargo deregulation act, we will take a look at a little bit of history prior to it’s enactment. Prior to the deregulation there was the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB). The CAB was developed to institute regulations of fares, routes, and schedules of the domestic airlines. They would work at trying to keep fares for short-haul cargos lower by…

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  • Cathay Pacific Case Study

    Introduction Cathay Pacific is the largest airline of Hong Kong. The airline flies passenger and cargo to 200 destinations in 52 countries worldwide. Including: Los Angeles, London, France, Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Beijing, Dubai, Frankfurt, Mexico City and Miami. The airline was founded on 24 September 1946 by Australian Sydney H. de Kantzow and American Roy C. Farrell. Cathay Pacific is known for making the first ever non stop transpolar flight over the north pole. The company is the third…

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