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International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics (IJSTL)

International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics

The following articles showcase the range and quality of the content in the International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics (IJSTL)

Top cited papers published between 2019 to 2020:
Title Author(s) Vol. & Issue nos. Page nos. Full-text article
1. International port investment of Chinese port-related companiesWeiwei Huo; Peggy Shu-Ling Chen; Wei Zhang; Kevin X. LiVol.11 No.5430-454free access
2. Estimating vessel payloads in bulk shipping using AIS dataHaiying Jia; Vishnu Prakash; Tristan SmithVol.11 No.125-40free access
3. Selection of logistics service modes in e-commerce based on multi-oligopolies Cournot competitionLin Ma; Chun Jin; Yunfu HuoVol.11 No.4354-383free access
4. Analysis of risk factors influencing the safety of maritime container supply chainsChengpeng Wan; Xinping Yan; Di Zhang; Zaili YangVol.11 No.6476-507free access
5. Maritime green supply chain management: its light and shadow on the bottom line dimensions of sustainable business performanceYudi Fernando; Muhamad Fairuz Ahmad Jasmi; Muhammad Shabir ShaharudinVol.11 No.160-93free access
6. A statistical forecasting model applied to container throughput in a multi-port gateway system: the Barcelona-Tarragona-Valencia caseManel GrifollVol.11 No.4316-333free access
7. Seaport competitiveness research: the past, present and futureZiaul Haque Munim; Naima SaeedVol.11 No.6533-557free access
8. A multi-objective approach to analyse the effect of fuel consumption on ship routing and scheduling problemSaurabh Pratap; Mengdi Zhang; Christopher L.D. Shen; George Q. HuangVol.11 No.2/3161-175free access
9. Development of a maritime safety management database using relational database approachSiyu Xu; Hao HuVol.11 No.4334-353free access
10. Container trade and shipping connectivity of Vietnam: implications of Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership and 21st Century Maritime Silk RoadWei Yim YapVol.11 No.194-116free access
11. Hedging voyage charter rates on illiquid routesAndrés G. Mirantes; Javier Población; Gregorio SernaVol.12 No.3197-211free access
12. Analysis of performance influence factors on shipboard drills to improve ship emergency preparedness at seaBurcu Ozturk Tac; Emre Akyuz; Metin CelikVol.12 No.1/292-116free access
13. A tabu search approach to the cargo prioritisation and terminal allocation problemJingjing Tong; Heather NachtmannVol.12 No.3147-173free access
14. Catastrophe risk assessment framework of ports and industrial clusters: a case study of the Guangdong provinceXinhu Cao; Jasmine Siu Lee LamVol.11 No.11-24free access
15. The impact of deregulation in the hydrocarbon sector: evidence at the main Spanish ports of import of hydrocarbons (1986-2013)Pablo Coto-Millán; Marta De La Fuente; Xosé Luís Fernández; Miguel Ángel PesqueraVol.11 No.141-59free access
16. The impact of operational strategies on vessel handling times: a simulation approachMaría D. Gracia; Julio Mar-Ortiz; Rosa G. González-RamírezVol.11 No.4287-315free access
17. Supply chain security management: a citation network analysisXun Tong; Chris K.Y. Lo; Kee-hung Lai; T.C.E. ChengVol.11 No.6508-532free access
18. Berth allocation and quay crane-yard truck assignment considering carbon emissions in port areaTingsong Wang; Man Li; Hongtao HuVol.11 No.2/3216-242free access

Top cited papers since 2009:
Title Author(s) Vol. & Issue nos. Page nos. Full-text article
1. Port hinterland intermodal container flow optimisation with green concerns: a literature review and research agendaJasmine Siu Lee Lam; Yimiao GuVol.5 No.3257-281free access
2. Complementarities and alignment of information systems management and supply chain managementChristina W.Y. Wong, Kee-Hung Lai, T.C.E. ChengVol.1 No.2156-171free access
3. A two-stage supply chain DEA model for measuring container-terminal efficiencyKhalid BichouVol.3 No.16-26free access
4. Fleet mix in container shipping operationsY.H. Venus Lun, Michael BrowneVol.1 No.2103-118free access
5. An empirical model of the bulk shipping marketY.H. Venus Lun, Mohammed A. QuaddusVol.1 No.137-54free access
6. Two-agent single-machine scheduling with release times and deadlinesYunqiang Yin; Shuenn-Ren Cheng; T.C.E. Cheng; Wen-Hung Wu; Chin-Chia WuVol.5 No.175-94free access
7. Measures for evaluating green shipping practices implementationKee-Hung Lai; Y.H. Venus Lun; Christina W.Y. Wong; T.C.E. ChengVol.5 No.2217-235free access
8. Efficiency considerations for sequencing and scheduling of double-rail-mounted gantry cranes at maritime container terminalsR. Stahlbock, S. VoβVol.2 No.195-123free access
9. A study on the antecedents of supplier commitment in support of logistics operationsChristina W.Y. Wong; Kee-hung Lai; Y.H. Venus Lun; T.C.E. ChengVol.4 No.15-16free access
10. Editorial: Research in shipping and transport logisticsVenus Y.H. Lun, Kee-hung Lai, C.T. Daniel Ng, Christina W.Y. Wong, T.C. Edwin ChengVol.3 No.11-5free access
11. Organisational growth and firm performance in the international container shipping industryY.H. Venus Lun, K.W. Pang, Photis M. PanayidesVol.2 No.2206-223free access
12. The impact of capacity on firm performance: a study of the liner shipping industry Venus Y.H. Lun, Peter MarlowVol.3 No.157-71free access