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    Implications of implied seaworthy in voyage charterparty Under the law of carriage of goods by sea, the cargo owner intending to ship goods wants use of an entire vessel for some purpose, he might wish to enter into direct6 contract with the shipowner for the charterer of latter’s ship that called Charterparty. For the use for a certain voyage, it is called voyage charter. Voyage charter is used for a single voyage or a series of voyages. Under a voyage charter, the charterer shall hire the vessel for the carriage of goods from a named port of loading to a port of discharge cargo. On the other hand, the charterer is obligated to provide cargo where he will pay the freight and will be bound to pay any laytime or demurrage depending on the risk is allocated between charterer and shipowner. There are express and implied terms under Charterparty. In implied terms under chaterparty, the express contracts created only bring the shipper into direct contractual with the carrier. In addition to express terms agreed by the parties in the contract of affreightment, there are other obligations of the parties which are implied in the contract. They are certain terms will be written into the charterparty by the courts. Since there are many obligations are derived from common source in law merchant, the Hague or Hague Visby Rules the scope and application of some of these implied obligations have been modified and the ability of the parties to exclude their application by mutual…

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    Diagnose Another issue relates to UA’s distribution strategy of only operating 2 leased distribution facilities located closely to each other in Glen Burnie, Maryland, United States. Before deeply analyzing this problem, the fact needs to be noticed is that UA outsources nearly 100% of their manufacturing from Asia, Latin America and other areas. All finished products that are manufactured overseas are shipped to the distribution centers in Glen Burnie first, then they will be distributed to…

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    Trans-Shipment Container Management in the Port of Piraeus Theodoros Koromilas ABSTRACT As a mainly trans-shipment container port, the container terminal of the port of Piraeus has as a primary goal to provide equipment and facilities to deliver efficient and professional service. The commercial port of Piraeus consists of three (3) container terminals, of which one (1), Terminal I, is being operated Piraeus Port Authority S.A. (P.P.A) and two (2), Terminal II and III by the Piraeus Container…

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    Distribution centres Distribution centre is a very integral part of the order fulfilment process. A Distribution centre can also be known as a cross dock facility, a fulfilment centre, package handling centre, etc. The name by which a DC is known, is usually by the purpose of its operations. Coles operates a range of Distribution Centres and facilities to fulfil various purposes. The different kinds of DC’s Coles operates are listed below Name Description Regional Distribution Centre (RDC)…

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    Technology About technology policy, Amazon has been committed to improve logistics efficiency and cost savings. Because the amazon sales are very large, so inventory and logistics management requires more reasonable technical methods. A good management system not only can improve the efficiency of operation, also can reduce the risk of inventory and logistics management, to avoid unnecessary loss. So in this part, we will talk about Amazon’s Bin System which is Amazon’s warehouse management…

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    Where will I be in ten years? This is a question I often reflectively pose to myself. How can one simple question, containing just seven little words, be full of such endless possibilities and outcomes? Ten years ago, I would not have said that I would be a full time student, on my way to earning a degree in Sociology. Ten years ago I was still in my career of choice, truck driving. One could say I was just “spinning my wheels”, so to speak. A truck driver is certainly not something I had…

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    In the Maritime Industry, there are two types of shipping. Liner shipping and Tramp Shipping. In order to manage these two forms of shipping, a port agent or a port agency is designated person or agency held responsible for handling shipments and cargo, and the general interests of its customers, at ports and harbours worldwide, on behalf of ship owners, managers, and charterers. Specifically, there are two types of port agents. Liner Agent and Tramp Agent. A roles and responsibilities of a…

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    Less Than Truckload (LTL) freight shipping is available when you need to ship more than is appropriate for package services but less than a full truckload. This is typically used by companies, not individuals, to save money on shipping costs. Costs are influenced by a number of factors. Here are some of the most relevant factors; Weight Generally speaking, the higher the weight, the lower the cost per 100 pound increment. However, there are cutoff points that can sometimes make it more cost…

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    but complex infrastructure changes would be needed to make this possible. Rezoning and repurposing buildings, installing pneumatic underground piping and disposal chutes, developing a Bitcoin deposit and tracking, and re-inventing food distribution. Over 65% of waste organics and packaging. Reinventing the food distribution and disposal system would include multi-use buildings. Buildings would have rooftop gardens, restaurants, condos, grocery stores and an anaerobic digestion unit in the…

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    Transport is a crucial driver of economic growth, poverty reduction and achievement of the millennium goals (MDG) in developing countries. The transport sector plays a significant role in economic growth at the sub-national, national, regional and global levels. Transport is indispensable for the well-functioning of and development of economic activities, for the production and distribution of goods and services as well as for trade [1]. Road transport plays a very important role in the economy…

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