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Structuurverandering in het segment van de grote drogeladingbinnenvaartschepen


  • VAN HASSEL, Edwin


De drogeladingvloot in de binnenvaart is van 2007 tot 2013 zeer sterk toegenomen in laadcapaciteit (+20%), terwijl de hoeveelheid vervoerde vracht is afgenomen ten opzichte van 2008 (-10%). In dit artikel wordt uiteengezet hoe deze toename aan capaciteit is ontstaan en er wordt er aangegeven wat de tekortkomingen zijn aan de huidige structuur in de sector. Vervolgens wordt een oplossing geschetst om de overcapaciteit van de grote droge ladingschepen te doen afnemen. Ook wordt er een oplossing gegeven om de structuur van dit segment van de drogeladingvloot aan te passen, zodat de sector geprofessionaliseerd wordt en meer toekomstbestendig wordt gemaakt.

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  • VAN HASSEL, Edwin, 2013. "Structuurverandering in het segment van de grote drogeladingbinnenvaartschepen," Working Papers 2013025, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Applied Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ant:wpaper:2013025

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    Binnenvaart; Drogeladingvloot; Samenwerking; Poolvorming; Overcapaciteit;

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