Maritime Engineering and Ports, Volume 1
G. Sciutto, C. A. Brebbia
WIT Press, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 348 pages
These proceedings report on building and operation in the ports industry. Topics include construction, freight handling, multimode transportation, multiuse of ports (including tourism), ergonomics, environmental aspects, financial and legal aspects, management, maintenance and training.
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Human resources in ports taking into account the new safety
Comparison of European port authorities
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