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Logistics costs modeling of maritime intercontinental logistics in Central Europe.

Task 1 will provide a detailed explanation of the analytical work, tools and approaches to be used in the development of the analysis. Task 2 will provide a detailed explanation, description, and disaggregated explanation of assumptions and drivers behind the logistics costs model that will be built or used in support of the assignment. Task 3 will develop logistics cost modeling calculations for "representative" shipments between the Far East and Central Europe for containerized shipments, via the most important European ports serving Central Europe at present, and utilizing the major economic hubs of Central Europe as destination. Task 4 will derive policy implications, from the perspective of the Government of Greece, that are suggested by modeling findings.
Date:28 May 2021 →  31 Jan 2022
Disciplines:Transport economics
Project type:Service project