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Forecasting Model for Korean Ships` Detention in Port State Control
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Forecasting Model for Korean Ships` Detention in Port State Control
Kim, Gil-Soo; Kong, Gil-Young;
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 Abstract
Very often has it happened that Korean flag ships were detained due to the defect of the ship itself at the port they are entering into by the system of Port State Control(PSC). It does matter because the high detention ratio of Korean ships causes to increase the survey ratio of Korean ships by PSC countries, which increases overall operating costs of Korean shipping companies. Therefore Korean government should take tougher action on the detention of Korean ships. The study uses 946 inspections to formulate the model of identifying PSC-weak ships by logistic regression analysis.
 Keywords
Port state control;Detention;Deficiencies;Logistic regression model;
 Language
English
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