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By Bo Lu, Shouyang Wang

This booklet is a comparative examine of the serious elements in berth productiveness in chinese language and South Korean box terminals. It first defines the idea that of berth productiveness, after which establishes a regression version to guage the productiveness issue. With the implications got for the best Asian box terminals it identifies the connection among severe elements for berth productiveness and their order of value. The findings supply instructions for terminal operators to enhance berth productivity.

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RMGS with different rail gauges. • RMGS with generator. • Two-direction anti-sway system (eight-rope system, refer to left). 2 Definition of Terms in Container Terminal 35 RMCS The design of the rail-mounted container stacking cranes responds to the individual customer requirements. Features include: • • • • • • • • • High Hoist and Trolley speeds resulting in short cycle time. Simultaneous Hoisting, Trolley Traveling and Gantry Travel as standard. Twin lift Operation up to 65 Tones. 5 Tones).

28 Facilities and equipments of GICT Berth Berth length (m) Water depth (m) Berth No. QC No. Total area (m2) 700 15 2 5 420,000 Yard Yard area (m2) TGS 396,600 26,061 CFS area (m2) Terminal crane No. RTGC RMGC RS YT No. 28) ③ Throughput (2008. 1. 1–2008. 12. 29) (e) Gwangyang GDBP Phase 2-1 ① General Condition The optimum Yard Density is 45 %, in the ordinary day, the condition of low productivity is occurrence. 30) ③ Throughput (2008. 1. 1–2008. 12. 30 Facilities and equipments of GDBP Water depth (m) Berth No.

15 Throughput of Hanjin Average vessel length (m) Average carrying capacity (TEU) Working time/year (day) Working time/day (h) Total throughput of berth (TEU) Total throughput of yard (TEU) 233 2661 363 24 559,138 544,725 26 3 Research Model Formerly, there is the bottleneck phenomenon that the occupancy rate of the container yard was only 43 %. However, after improving the operation system, the occupancy rate of the container yard can reach 70 %. The productivity of the container port is depended on productivity of crane and Turn Around Time.

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