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Feeder Service And Block Trains -The Vital Links To Promote Rijeka'S Transport Route


  • Drago Pupavac


The reorganization process of the European logistics systems which is changing from a national to an international network is still going on. The aim of this scientific work is to prove that Port of Rijeka as logistic platform provides for involving the Republic of Croatia, parts of Middle Europe and Southeast European countries into contemporary world - traffic flows. Beside the infrastructure and equipment of the container terminal, feeder and block trains represents the most significant services for development and good standing Port of Rijeka. Accordingly, the working hypothesis is set: feeder services and block trains represent the vital links in the func tion to promote Rijeka transport route. Scientific methods applied in confirming this hypothesis are based on a detailed analysis of concrete statistical data.

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  • Drago Pupavac, 2009. "Feeder Service And Block Trains -The Vital Links To Promote Rijeka'S Transport Route," Montenegrin Journal of Economics, Economic Laboratory for Transition Research (ELIT), vol. 5(10), pages 139-144.
  • Handle: RePEc:mje:mjejnl:v:5:y:2009:i:10:p:139-144

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