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ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF PORT
Part B Congestion and the consequent
ANALYTICAL APPROACHES TO
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allocation amount of cargo analysis average berth cargo stay cargo storage cent cranes curve demand direct route distribution efficiency equation Erlang distribution example expected factors figure ﬂuctuation forklift trucks free period freight given handling capacity handling rate handling system hatches improvement increase indifference curves indirect inland transport interdeparture intrinsic capacity labour length of cargo lighters marginal cost pricing maximum Nihon Keizai Shimbun nonetheless number of ships number of tugs number of vehicles operating costs opportunity cost optimal Poisson distribution port authorities port investment port operations port storage system port system probability density function problem profit quay quayside queue queuing theory random variable relatively shift ship arrivals ship turnround ship waiting ship’s shippers simple storage charge subsidies subsystems tariff Terminal throughput tons tons/hour traffic ﬂow transfer transport cost Transport Economics transport system UNCTAD users