Brave new world? : container transport in 2043

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Título: Brave new world? : container transport in 2043 / Charles Fenton...[Et al.]
Publicación: New York : McKinsey & Company : TT Club, 2020Descripción física: 80 p.Notas: Sumario: The container transport industry has been at the centre of the incredible expansion in international trade since the 1950s. Commercialised in 1956, the container's simplicity and modularity has made it the mode of choice for the transport of many goods from one place to another: containers today transport 23% of dry seaborne trade tons (and close to 100 percent of everyday goods like televisions, toys, and clothing). Consumers have benefited enormously as the real cost of transporting goods has fallen. However, the success of the container has not always meant the financial success of the industry behind it. Returns for the average container liner operator, container terminal operator, or freight forwarder have lagged the cost of capital over the last two decades and only a select few players have managed to find a sustainable recipe for value creationMateria / lugar / evento: Transporte de mercancías Contenedores Comercio internacional Transporte marítimo Sector marítimo Logística Otros autores: McKinsey & Company
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