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By Bo Lu, Shouyang Wang (auth.)

This e-book is helping to unravel the matter of considerable waste and inefficiency in port construction through interpreting operational potency at greater than 30 chinese language and Korean prime box ports utilizing 3 varieties of DEA version. moreover it bargains a returns-to-scale research, that is quite important for port managers or coverage makers selecting the dimensions of creation. the implications offer port managers and proper students with insights into source allocation and working functionality optimization. This booklet used to be supported by way of the nationwide technological know-how and expertise educational courses Fund of China in 2015.

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The total 13 berths of Qingdao port were in the north region of the port, in next step, for the expanding project, the additional berths will be established in south region. (2) Facilities and Equipments The Qingdao port was composed of QCT (Qianwan container terminal) and QPC (Qingdao port). 9). (3) Handling Performance Per Berth The throughput and the number of facilities had increased by a large margin. Based on the year of 2008, Qingdao port had equipped the 6 berths, the throughput was 10,320,000 TEUs, and the handling volumes of containers of each berth were about 632,000 TEUs.

5 % points higher over the same period last year. For throughput, Shenzhen port had been ranked 4th in the world, reduced the distance from the Hong Kong port ranked 3rd in the World, however, pulled away from the Busan port ranked 5th in the World. The throughput of the 2003 year was 10,000,000 TEUs; however, just over a short span of four years, the throughput of the Shenzhen port had broken through 20,000,000 TEUs. The throughput of Shenzhen port had not only ten successive years ranked the 2nd in China, but also had six successive years ranked the 4th in the World.

2 together. 2 shown, with respect to the handling capability per berth, the initial analytical observations can be made: the throughput per berth of Busan port is 347,000 TEUs, in contrast to Busan, with regard to Chinese ports, the least throughput per berth is 386,000 TEUs, however, the most throughput per berth is 1,010,000 TEUs, and the average is 700,000 TEUs. 7 times more than Busan port. 3 times more than Busan port. Thirdly, in contrast with the yard area of Busan is 155,500 m2, the yard area of Yangshan port is 1,642,000 m2, and the case of Waigaoqiao port is 342,500 m2.

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