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Monios, J. & Wang, Y. (2013). Regional stakeholder solutions to empty container repositioning costs in peripheral regions. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists
Wang, Y. & Cullinane, K. (2016). Determinants of port centrality in maritime container transportation. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 95, 326-340. doi:10.1016/j.tre.2016.04.002. ISSN 1366-5545
This paper adapts Freeman’s measures of degree, closeness and betweenness centrality and applies them to assessing: port centrality in relation to direct connectivity; accessi...
Monios, J. & Wang, Y. (2013). Spatial and institutional characteristics of inland port development in China. GeoJournal. doi:10.1007/s10708-013-9473-2. ISSN 0343-2521
This paper examines the spatial and institutional characteristics of the emerging trend of inland port development in China. The paper analyses a sample of 18 major inland por...
The Research Funding Council of Norway
The SeaConAZ project represents a holistic perspective on the supply chains of consmables produced in China destined for Norweigan retailers, with references to similar structures pertaining to Swedis...
The project will report on the environmental benefits of the Lifting the Spirit whisky by rail trials. Bulk spirit, normally conveyed by specialist road tankers from Speyside to Central Scotland bottl...
The overall aim of this exchange programme is to bring together an international team of researchers to establish a research network with a wide variety of skills in operations research, safety and se...
20 June 2016
20 June 2016
With the support of the ENRICH project, two TRI PhD students, namely Shelly-Ann Julien and Faqhrul Islam, have been offered places to participate in the Summer Schoo...
Wang, Y. & Cullinane, K. (2007). Measuring container port accessibility: An Application of the Principal Eigenvector Method (PEM). Maritime Economics and Logistics. 10, 75-89. doi:10.1057/palgrave.mel.9100192. ISSN 1479-2931
Container port accessibility examines the potential or opportunity for the transportation of containerised cargoes within the global liner shipping network. It is also a parti...
Wang, Y. & Cullinane, K. (2013). Traffic consolidation in East Asian container ports: a network flow analysis. Transportation research. Part A, Policy and practice. 61C, 152-163. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2014.01.007. ISSN 0965-8564
The proliferation of hub-and-spoke operations in maritime container transportation has resulted in the widespread consolidation of traffic flows. Utilising liner shipping netw...
Wang, Y., Cullinane, K. & Hu, Y. (2013). Feeder shipping in China: a sustainable driver for Chinese container port development. Transportation Journal. 53, 253-267. doi:10.5325/transportationj.53.2.0253. ISSN 0041-1612
The future development of China's container ports has become a critical issue, due to the sector's dependence on international trade and the excessive interport competition th...
Cullinane, K. & Wang, Y. (2008). A capacity-based measure of container port accessibility. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications. 12, 103-117. doi:10.1080/13675560902749340. ISSN 1367-5567
Exacerbated by a global trend towards greater market concentration in shipping and port operation, competition between container ports has intensified. In evaluating port comp...
Cullinane, K. & Wang, Y. (2011). The hierarchical configuration of the container port industry: an application of multiple linkage analysis. Maritime Policy and Management. 39, 169-187. doi:10.1080/03088839.2011.650719. ISSN 0308-8839
This paper aims to provide a hierarchical configuration of the container port industry. It attempts to do so by determining a port hierarchy and then, utilising this, deriving...
Wang, Y. Measures of port centrality: a network perspective of container flow movement. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles
Wang, Y., Mathie, I. & Monios, J. Rosyth-Zeebrugge: a potential intermodal maritime logistics corridor for Scottish freight transportation. Paper presented at 26th European Conference on Operation Research, Rome, Italy
The majority of freight originated from Scotland is trucked south to go via Channel Tunnel or ports in Southeast England. As Scotland’s only ferry connection to mainland Europ...
Tseng, P. & Wang, Y. The restoration of direct shipping services across the Taiwan Straits: assessing the impact on container flows in East Asia. Paper presented at 2013 International Conference on Challenges and Response of Port in Globalised Economy, Bangkok
Wang, Y. Multiple centrality assessment of ports in maritime container transportation. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists, Marseille, France
Wang, Y., Cullinane, K. & Hu, Y. Domestic feeder shipping in China: a sustainable driver for Chinese container port development. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists, Taipei, Taiwan
Wang, Y. & Cullinane, K. A spatial profile of maritime container flows and its implications for port development. Paper presented at 8th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, Changsha, China, August 1-3
Wang, Y. & Cullinane, K. A network perspective on the port hierarchy and inter-port competition. Paper presented at The 9th International Conference on Logistics and Sustainable Transport, Celje, Slovenia
This study will analyse the flow of bulk commodities through east coast UK ports, with a particular focus on Scotland. The study will identify the main commodities, operators, vessel provision, routes...
Foodport 1st phase is a Consultancy project funded by SESTRAN.