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|Keywords: ||船期安排、轉運安排、混合整數規劃、Ship scheduling、Transshipment cargo scheduling、Mixed integer programming|
|Issue Date: ||2016-04-08T02:53:13Z
Abstract:In order to offer better services and spend less costs, there is a trend that marine liners create a bundle of lines with liner service network characteristics. The containership routing design not only provides offshore sea routes with more direct shipping services from ports to ports, but also improves transshipment services for ocean routes. Thus, it is necessary for shipping carriers to fake advantage of the function of the liner service network. The purpose of this research is to develop a model of transshipment cargo scheduling in which both the containership line and the time continuity between hub ports are taken into account. By using the concept of the preference for time slots at the ports of calls, the minimum preferred summation is obtained. This research uses a 2-stage heuristic search algorithm aimed at saving the CPU computational time. By testing the real cases, this model has been proven to be an effective tool in revealing the preference for time slots at the ports of calls, which is able to meet shipping carriers' transshipment requirements. In addition, this research finds that too many tran5ferring routes will not bring shipping carriers effectiveness or efficiency Therefore, it is favorable for shipping carriers to select primary containership lines in order to better schedule transshipment. The remaining containership lines will be arranged based on their preferences for time slots at the ports of calls. The primary concern for shipping carriers is the market of each containership line; the secondary concern then is transshipment.
|Relation: ||17(1), P1 - 26|
|Appears in Collections:||[航運管理學系] 期刊論文|
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