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Transportation Analysis South African Transport Industry 2017

Transportation Analysis South African Transport Industry 2017

Transportation and logistics industry analysisWelcome to the Artificial Intelligence Law Weblog, brought to you by the AI, Robotics, and Autonomous Transportation Systems group at the law firm of Eckert Seamans. In aggregate, the worth added by the transportation market as a percentage of U.S. GDP was 3% as of 2012. This typical has been steady considering that around 1998. As you might envision, the sector is economically sensitive and driven primarily by general economic trends in the U.S. and globe. When buyers and firms devote significantly less, the transportation industry suffers. Conversely, transportation firms see increases in activity when the economy is enhancing or in full swing at the company cycle’s peak.

This paper analyses the past, present and future of the maritime transportation business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabian seaborne trade and the shipping capacity are analysed for the past 15 years. Relationships amongst the declining Saudi shipping capacity and other economic measures are identified. Analysis of the Saudi Arabian maritime transportation is performed with respect to the world carrier fleets and models are developed to establish the theoretical shipping capacity essential for transportation of the national seaborne cargo. Forecasts of the future shipping capacity requirement for the Kingdom are also presented. This paper illustrates the common approach for analysing a country’s maritime sector and therefore could aid other researchers in that respect.

Water transportation contains several distinct categories: inland waterway, lakes, coastal and inter-coastal ocean, and international deep sea. Water is the dominant mode in international shipping and is the most affordable strategy of shipping high-bulk, low-value commodities. Containers play a big role in domestic and most international water shipments. The shipper locations cargo into a container at its facility. The container is then transported by rail or trucking carriage to a water port for … Read More