- Efficient Hinterland Transport Infrastructure and Services for Large Container Ports
Efficient Hinterland Transport Infrastructure and Services for Large Container Ports
|Date of Publication||31 August 2013|
|Publication Type||Discussion Paper|
|Tags||Container Terminals, Containers, Freight, Global Supply Chains, Inland Waterways, International Transport, Logistics, Port Authorities, Ports, Sea Transport, Ships, Transport, Transport Infrastructure, Trucks|
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