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The Study on Container Operation-the Research on Taichung T Container Terminal
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Merchant Marine|
Container terminal operation;stowage plan;management of container yard
|Issue Date: ||2011-06-30T08:36:28Z
Following the unification and integration of global economy, it becomes an important policy worldwide to promote the city through the connected port. The container port suddenly gains a key position for international container transportation, and become one of the signs of the modern city. Strengthening the operating power of the container terminal can not only elevate the efficiency of the marine companies, but also importantly promote the prosperous of the nearby cites. This study first introduce the marine container transportation, modes of terminal container operation, the relationship between container terminal and loading stowage, and the shipping basis of the container yards, like container management processes, etc. Second, through the real case studies at container terminal, the best proposal for efficient shipping-loading operations of the container terminal is formulated. This is to assure the quality of shipping stowage plan for terminal operation, strengthen the operational management of terminal for import and export of containers, favorable design of transportation, and a smooth plan for shipping loading and unloading. All these measures collectively should make the gantry crane works efficiently in the container yard of the port. The final part is the integrated analyses and suggestions for an efficient container terminal operation, which is based on a real single ship operation and an annual executive plan of the container terminal. These analyses suggested that the factors for the reduction in shipping efficiency in a port include: improper shipping stowage plan, loading mistakes due to improper communication between terminal operator and business entity, poor quality and responsibility of the terminal operators, and the terminal plan staffs neither administer the container with logical order nor well understood the theory and strategy, and finally become unable to promote the operational quality of the container yard. This study suggests that our government should improve the quality and personnel training together with the elevation of computer and information equipments so that higher cargo terminal transportation efficiency could be achieved.
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