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Feeder Service - Logistic Support to the Port of Rijeka

Hlača, Bojan; Orlić Babić, Adrijana
Feeder Service - Logistic Support to the Port of Rijeka // Promet - Traffic & Transportation, 18 (2006), 3; 229-233 (međunarodna recenzija, pregledni rad, znanstveni)

Feeder Service - Logistic Support to the Port of Rijeka

Hlača, Bojan ; Orlić Babić, Adrijana

Promet - Traffic & Transportation (0353-5320) 18 (2006), 3; 229-233

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, pregledni rad, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Containers; feeder; transport; organization; competitiveness

The shipping trade has also got caught up in the worldwide globalization trend. Today there are some ten strong ship operators in the world ( so called mega shipowners) who are working either on their own or are mutually connected to cover a specific market. In an effort to meet the requirements of the end users, the shipping companies tend to organize strong feeder services. Feeder services can also be initiated by terminal operator or port authority which is most often reflected in the subvention of empty feeder ship cargo space (formerly 100 to 300 TEU, now 500 to 1000 even 1500 TEU). Thus, the Feeder Service Rijeka/Ploče - Gioa Tauro/Malta started up at some time past by Lošinjska plovidba, organized by Rijeka Port Authority and subsidized by the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Communications of the Republic of Croatia 1999, is the beginning of the container transport revitalization process in the Republic of Croatia. The service turned out to have been reliable and accurate and attracted many users. Having logistic support of 22 Croatian companies through competetive prices and high-quality service on the one hand and three time bigger shore capacity on the other hand, container terminal in the port of Rijeka has attracted two commercial weekly feeder services ( CMA-CGM and UFS), even the spectacular callings ( twice a week) of so called Mother ships ( ZIM and Lloyd Triestino). As their logistics support, the Croatian railways have started off a direct container block-train Rijeka - Budapest. The annual growth achieved in the container feeder transport stands at about 60% and with the coming of other shipowners Rijeka container terminal has increased its turnover from 6.000 TEU in 1999 to 30.000 TEU in 2003

Izvorni jezik

Znanstvena područja
Tehnologija prometa i transport


Projekt / tema

Institut prometa i veza, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Bojan Hlača, (283515)

Časopis indeksira:

  • Scopus

Uključenost u ostale bibliografske baze podataka:

  • TRIS
  • Geobase