Shipping Operations and Green Capability
Part of the Shipping and Transport Logistics book series (STL)
Shipping operations contribute to the growth of international trade activities, which depend very much on ships to carry cargo from places of production to consumption. Seaborne trade has significantly increased in the past decades.
KeywordsData Envelopment Analysis Firm Performance Data Envelopment Analysis Modeling Container Shipping Shipping Service
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