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    For those who still believe that the transportation of cargoes requires a slow-moving learning curve - think again! New products arrive on the market each year. Traditional products which have been in decline suddenly receive a commercial impetus only to find that the hiatus of several years, eve...
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    Dry Cargo Chartering describes work at the coalface of the dry cargo sector, mainly involving the shipping of bulk commodities. This book explains how this part of the industry works and also looks at the less familiar cargoes and trades. It describes the roles of the shipowner, the charterer and...
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    This authoritative book is both a great introduction to the economics of the shipping industry and a valuable reference book for commercial practitioners. Economics of Sea Transport and International Trade is an easy-to-read reference for those who need an overview of the economic and commercial ...
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    Introduction to Shipping provides an overview of the shipping industry. It defines and describes all aspects of shipping, the personnel who work in it, the history behind it and touches on the financial side of the industry. The book also covers all forms of shipping documentation, ship types, tr...
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    Legal Principles in Shipping Business describes the way that shipping law affects how the industry conducts itself. This book describes in detail how this aspect of the industry works. It explains the nuts and bolts of charter parties and different types of shipping documentation such as bills of...
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    Container ships have largely taken over the tasks of carrying goods to market internationally. In previous decades, these trades had been undertaken by numerous small tweendeckers. Large container ships have satisfied the promoters of economies of scale. Liner Trades covers the types of vessels o...
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    Logistics is the management of a flow of goods from the point of origin to the point of delivery in order to meet certain requirements. The carriage of goods by sea is only part of the story. There are links at both ends of this transport chain and it is essential for shipping practitioners to ta...
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    Offering financial protection against maritime and transit losses, marine insurance gives the shipping industry the confidence to trade. Without the shelter to risk presented by insurance, shipping transactions and operations would be severely curtailed as players would have to rely on their own ...
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    This authoritative book is both a great introduction to the operational side of the offshore support industry and a valuable reference work for commercial practitioners. Offshore Support Industry is an easy-to-read reference for those who want an overview of the technical and commercial issues in...
  • $49.95 $59.95
    Combines theory and practice of the role of the agent and their relationship with other parties involved in modern sea transport. The first book in an important new series of business shipping titles produced by the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers.
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    In an industry as international as shipping, it is impossible for a ship operator to have offices in every port where its ships might call. Instead, ship operators rely on a network of port agents to act as their eyes and ears to ensure the safe and secure running of their ships. As the represent...
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    Port and terminal managements have had to adapt fast to meet rising demand driven by continuing high levels of world trade. Globalisation is putting port models under increasing pressure to remain competitive in fickle cargo markets. Increasing productivity - through expansion or better utilisati...
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    The thousands of ships, vessels and craft that are trading in the world today all have to be operated and managed. For some maritime operations, the task is a relatively straightforward one, but it becomes more challenging as the venture increases in size and complexity. Ship management and the o...
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    Specialist ship sale and purchase brokers have pioneered their own market over the years. That market has developed its unique ways of working, its own terminology and dedicated documentation. S&P brokers keep in contact with those companies that possess vessels they might sell and those that...
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    Shipping business is the business of shipping with all its complexity. There are hundreds of roles in the industry and they all fit into the whole like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. This book describes the business entity and communications in the shipping business. The disciplines of dry cargo ...
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    Finance is at the heart of global industries and shipping is no exception. Without access to appropriate finance, the maritime industry as we know it would cease to exist. Whether it is the purchase of a ship, investment in a shipping start-up or the outlay into research and development, finance ...
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    The law applies in some form to every aspect of our lives and this is especially so in shipping because shipping is such an international and complex business. Nearly all practical documents of an international nature involved with shipping business are based on English law and a vast majority of...
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    The general impression of a tanker is a huge vessel steaming from the Middle East to consumer countries full of crude oil to be refined. But the tanker trade is much larger and much more complex than that. Crude oil is just a part of it; a large part, but there are many other elements. Crude oil ...