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Wickrama said the port is operating as a transshipment point for vessels from India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Thailand to the Middle East and Africa.
At the same time, the Group stepped up the Dalian Port - Laizhou Bay oil transshipment project.
Bahrain's Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP), which has been used as a transshipment hub for some of the Saudi traffic in recent months, is being viewed increasingly as a pivotal Northern Gulf hub and an alternative hub to carriers keen to grow their presence in the upper Gulf, a senior official says.
3) Make lateral transshipments based on availability priority policy I (TBAPR I).
Van Diepen, United States Acting Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation, yesterday urged export hubs such as the UAE to deal with the challenges of transshipment security in order to stem the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and their means of delivery.
In order to ensure the trade-off between costs and service level, several methods could be adopted such as collaborative inventory management known as transshipment [2].
This consistently good business getting even better due, in no small part, to transshipment contracts signed in recent years with two of the world's largest shipping firms.
The main body of the literature dealing with either the emergency or preventive lateral transshipments, as summarized by Tagaras (1999), can be characterized by the
In the present study, we try to analyze a continuous-review inventory system, which allows lateral transshipments as a regular inventory policy.
The typical method of moving cargo to Afghanistan involves transshipment of equipment at locations such as Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.
The Customs investigation focused on illegal transshipments from China.
To identify potential illegal textile transshipments, CBP uses a targeting process that relies on analyzing available trade data to focus limited inspection and enforcement resources on the most high-risk activity.