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Liner conferences in the container age

U.S. policy at sea

by Gunnar K. Sletmo

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Published by Macmillan, Collier Macmillan in New York, London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Shipping -- Government policy -- United States.,
    • Containerization.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGunnar K. Sletmo and Ernest W. Williams, Jr. ; foreword by Karl E. Bakke.
      SeriesStudies of the modern corporation
      ContributionsWilliams, Ernest William, 1916-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE745 .S515 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxv, 343 p. ;
      Number of Pages343
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4123332M
      ISBN 10002929200X
      LC Control Number80070838

      Be aware of the ‘grey box’ concept of container management. FORMS OF CO-OPERATION IN THE LINER INDUSTRY Thoroughly understand the rationale for alliances, consortia and joint service agreements, their similarities and differences. Thoroughly understand the role and function of conferences, and their Size: 79KB. Container Freight Rate Insight: Report by released the market report “Container Freight Rate Insight ” that provides information related to the various companies and sectors around the world. - PR particularly since the withdrawal of liner conferences from their former joint price-setting role. Books shelved as ocean-liner-history: The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters by Logan Marshall, Titanic the Brothers Peracchio: Two Boys and.


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LINER CONFERENCES IN THE CONTAINER AGE (Studies of the modern corporation) Hardcover – April 1, by Sletmo (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Cited by: Liner conferences in the container age. New York: Macmillan ; London: Collier Macmillan, © (OCoLC) Online version: Sletmo, Gunnar K. Liner conferences in the container age. New York: Macmillan ; London: Collier Macmillan, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gunnar K Sletmo; Ernest William.

The English Liner conferences in the container age book the concept of liner conferences in the s 1 See G. SLETMO & E. WILLIAMS, LINER CONFERENCES IN THE CONTAINER AGE: U.S. POL-ICY AT SEA (); D. Marx, INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING CARTELS (); see generally, Agman, Competition, Rationalization, and the United States Shipping Policy, 8 J.

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A Liner Conference System (also called a "shipping conference") is an agreement within the shipping industry in relation to ocean liners. Typically, the agreement is between two or more shipping companies to provide scheduled cargo and/or passenger service on a particular trade route under uniform rates and common terms.

The tonnage requirements for the purposes of Article 49(1) are set out in the report of the United Nations Conference of Plenipotentiaries on a Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences on the second part of its session (TD/CODE/ 10), annex I.

2 Throughout its history, liner shipping, the business of offering regular time scheduled ocean shipping services in international trade, 2 has enjoyed exemptions from the effect of certain competition rules and, as a result, conferences 3 among oceans carriers, allowing for freight rate fixing, have been permitted.

TheFile Size: KB. Book review Full text access Liner conferences in the container age: Gunnar K. Sletmo and Ernest W. Williams Jr. Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., New York and Collier Macmillan Publishers, London,xxxv+ pp., £stg. Liner shipping is the transport of Liner conferences in the container age book by huge ocean ships that traverse regular routes on fixed schedules.

Liner vessels include container ships, bulk carriers, tankers, specialist ships, ferries and cruise ships. Container ships carry most of the world's goods.

Bulk carriers transport raw materials like coal or iron ore. Difference between Liner vessel and Conference vessel. Liner Service – is a service that operates within a schedule and has a fixed port rotation with published dates of calls at the advertised ports.A liner service generally fulfills the schedule unless in cases where a call at one of the ports has been unduly delayed due to natural or man-mad causes.

Other articles where Liner conference system is discussed: ship: The liner trade: provide such service through the liner conference system, which was first used on the Britain-Calcutta trade in The object of the conference system is to regulate uneconomic competition.

Shipping companies of different ownership and nationality that service the same range of ports form a. LINER CONFERENCES 19 Liner shipping 20 Organisation, operation and meetings of conferences 22 The Conference Agreement 23 Common Elements of Liner Conferences 23 Liner freight rates 24 Regularity 25 Membership of conferences An ocean liner is a passenger ship primarily used as a form of transportation across seas or oceans.

Liners may also carry cargo or mail, and may sometimes be used for other purposes (such as for pleasure cruises or as hospital ships). Cargo vessels running to a schedule are sometimes called liners.

The category does not include ferries or other vessels engaged in. From above facts & figure, we can safely conclude that liner shipping is now virtually turned into liner container shipping.

World fleet of liner vessels, primarily in the form of Container Ships and Roll-on / Roll-off Ships, are now capable to cater about 60% of the goods by value being transported internationally by sea each year. liner conference: Agreement between two or more shipping companies to provide scheduled cargo and/or passenger service on a particular trade route under uniform rates and common terms.

Also called shipping conference. Hello Joe To add to seeking’s post; The distinction was originally between ‘conference’ and ‘non-conference’.So both could be ‘liner’ services, where the word ‘liner’ is a reference to how the freight rate is structured in terms of whether or not it included the lifting on to or off of the vessel – or whether it was just a port-to-port freight rate (which is what a liner.

Gunnar K. Sletmo and Ernest W. Williams, Jr., Liner Conferences in the Container Age (New York, Macmillan, ), pp. 66– (Hereafter cited as Sletmo.) Google ScholarAuthor: Lane C. Kendall. Abstract. Previous chapters have dealt with different types of vessels and with chartering bulk ocean carriers.

This chapter deals with those vessels that operate on a scheduled basis, between major ports, and carry assortments of relatively high Author: Donald F. Wood, Anthony Barone, Paul Murphy, Daniel L. Wardlow. A competitive liner shipping sector is vital for global transport. This industry has had a very atypical history in terms of the application of competition law.

Since the industry’s inception in the 19th century late, liner shipping conferences, whereby liner shipping companies fix prices and other conditions on a given route, have been a common practice and for a long time these.

on a code of conduct for liner conferences. The United Nations Conference of Plenipotentiaries on a Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences was convened at the United Nations Office at Geneva. The first part of the Conference was held from 12 November to 15 December and the second part from 11 March to 6 April Size: 1MB.

1. 1 COMPETITION ACT, AND SHIPPING LINER CONFERENCES PRESENTATION BY Augustine Peter Economic Adviser ([email protected]) COMPETITION COMMISSION OF INDIA (CCI) 2. 2 DISCLAIMER This presentation is intended to highlight, for discussion purposes, the competition related issues.

Liner Conferences are groups or associations of ship owners, which agree to combine their operations on a given trade route, on conditions agreed by the members of the route.

The term for such a grouping is a Cartel and the effect on the customer is basically that of being faced with a monopolistic situation. Contestability in container liner shipping market cannot be assessed without looking at shipping organisation. Contemporary container liner shipping organisation mainly takes two forms: liner conference and shipping alliances.

Liner conferences have a pricing-setting objective and is a multi-national shipping by: 5. Liner shipping is the most efficient mode of transport for goods. In one year, a single large containership might carry overcontainer loads of cargo.

While individual ships vary in size and carrying capacity, many container ships can transport as many as 10, containers of goods and products on a single voyage.

the container fleet has meant that container ships are, on average, significantly younger than other major components of the world fleet.

Whereas the average age of the world merchant fleet at the end of was 12 years, the average age of the cellular container fleet was years. (UNCTAD, ). This book chronicles the British Container Revolution, It describes the genesis of the transformation from conventional to container shipping undertaken by the founders of Overseas Containers Limited - P&O, Ocean Transport & Trading, Furness Withy and British & Commonwealth.

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Liner shipping conferences will be outlawed in Europe beginning at midnight Saturday, ushering in a. Maritime News. Maritime News. You are only viewing part of an article, Hapag-Lloyd boosts container fleet to combat growing turn times. BAF relevance questioned as fuel prices tumble.

Shipping conferences - the end of the line. Meanwhile in April at Geneva, a diplomatic conference agreed an international convention on a Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences.

While some Author: Stuart Hetherington. Liner conference. Shipping companies operating a service in common between designated areas. Conference partners agree on special freight rates and terms for the trade in order to stabilize market and service.

CDC is a specialist manufacturer of shipping container liners that provide an easy and hygienic method of transporting free-flowing commodities in containerised bulk shipments. The shipping container liners are produced to a number of basic designs which are suitable for most ISO standard containers.

International Shipping Cartels: A Study of Industrial Self-Regulation by Shipping Conferences. Princeton: Princeton University Press, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry. Division of Transport. Regulatory Issues in International Maritime Transport.

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Container Track & Trace Container Sailing Schedules. Contact. Liner News Get valuable tips from our expert team to optimize your supply chain visibility and logistics. Show articles. Take a FREE 30 day trial of our new Schedule Visibility. A shipping conference is an association of shipping carriers that follow certain terms for service.

They enter into a formal agreement that defines terms like their price to provide services. This system has been in vogue in the shipping industry for a long time.

Recent laws have cut down on the scope due to abuse. DR. ERNEST W. WILLIAMS, Stamford, CT, died Septem Born Octo in Scranton, PA, he was the son of Ernest William and Kathryn Winterstein Williams of Stratford, CT (both dec.

Liner shipping conferences and vessel-sharing agreements present a bit of a conundrum to most. They permit ocean carriers, shrouded in anti-trust immunity, to legally confer on rates and engage in the sharing of vessels across global shipping markets.5 Three main authorities oversee the approval and monitoring of such agreements including the.

• FACT: Largest container line ship is MSC Oscar & MSC Oliver can carry TEU 5. BENEFITS OF LINER SHIPPING • EFFICIENCY • Liner shipping is the most efficient mode of transport for goods. In one year, a single large containership might carry overcontainer loads of cargo. MSC is delighted to receive the ‘Container Line of the Year’ award at the Lloyd’s Loading List Global Freight Awards.

This award is particularly special as it was voted for by our customers and it highlights the hard work and dedication MSC employees put into client service. Inthe global container fleet consisted of million containers, which cost the industry over $80 billion.

Inon average, liner ships m port calls around the world each week. In mid, the liner industry operated more than scheduled services serving inter-continental Size: KB. Steve focuses primarily on transport, infrastructure, and logistics.

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Many shipping lines have even reorganised their long-standing consortia associations; and mergers such as pioneered by P&O and Nedlloyd or the acquisition of Sealand by Maersk point to the.

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