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Port organization and management

Contents

The role of ports as in supply chains: interface between sea and hinterland

Port choice and competitiveness – opportunities and consequences based on the international division of labor as well as requirements and compulsions based on the specialization and scarcity of recourses      

Port organization models such as landlord port, tool port etc. with their distinct characteristics and areas of application

Structure of the port community - overview of the involved stakeholders / participants as well as the “public interest parties” and their roles in the port business

Learning Outcomes

After having completed the module, students are able to:

  • find out the role of competitiveness and the chance of cooperation in the field of port business
  • characterize port organization models and to discuss the models in the context of the port organization of their respective countries
  • recognize the reasons of the barriers of geographical resistance for port development 

Responsible expert

Frank Borrmann / Graduate engineer (Dipl.-Ing.)

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Stefanie Arlt

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