International benchmarking of the Australian waterfront
AbstractThis study is part of a continuing program of research into the performance of economic infrastructure industries, which was commenced by the Bureau of Industry Economics. It is the third Waterfront Benchmarking report in the cycle. The study builds on the two previous waterfront studies by providing new insights into timeliness, reliability and the economic consequences of failure to match levels of performance achieved overseas. It is based on data collected throughout 1997.
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benchmarking - waterfront - ports - pilotage - towage - mooring - unmooring - sea trade - stevedoring - terminal operations - port authority - performance - baggage - wheat - fertiliser - bulk cargo - break-bulk cargo - cruise ships - port-land interface - customs - quarantine - importers - imports - exporters - exports - cranes - containers - maritime - marine - government charges - terminal - enterprise bargaining;
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