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Comparative Analysis of Container Terminals in Northern Vietnam, 2005-2014
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 Title & Authors
Comparative Analysis of Container Terminals in Northern Vietnam, 2005-2014
Nguyen, Duc Minh; Kim, Sung-june;
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 Abstract
Sea-ports in Northern Vietnam have experienced a rapid growth of container throughput in recent years. To accompany with such development, huge investment also has been performed to enhance not only local port capacity but also the regional logistics system. Container terminals in Northern Vietnam locate centrally along Cam river of Haiphong city, leaving 2 others in Quang Ninh province. Five out of totally 11 container terminals in the area are under the control of Vinalines - a national corporation in field of maritime industry. In this paper, those terminals are classified in terms of location and ownership. The volume of container throughput and facilities of all container terminals in Northern Vietnam from 2005 to 2014 are recorded in order to compare the performance of groups. A Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is then applied to evaluate the relative efficiency of such terminals. Before conclusion, number of suggestions will be contributed to related parties.
 Keywords
Northern Vietnam;container terminals;DEA;relative efficiency;performance;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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