SHS Web Conf.
Volume 58, 2018GLOBMAR 2018 - Global Maritime Conference
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||03 December 2018|
The long arm of the sustainable port
* Corresponding author: Bartlomiej.Laskowski@outlook.com
As there has been a lot written regarding sustainable transportation methods, there is still some opportunity to enhance the perspective on the economic advantage of the zero-emission supply chain. This has the potential of an accelerated adaptation in a cost to serve delivery system. The paper will introduce into the discussion the concept of working with nature, to develop durable structures and its capability of delivering value on its interactive environment or face the natural selection process. The functionality of the Port will be revisited in contrast of today’s confinements of operation, while creating an opportunity to strengthen its perspective on its deliverables and reassess today’s market. Further it will reflect whether sustainable transportation planning is still a choice or a competitive requirement.
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