Proceedings IJCIEOM ľ International Joint Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management


ICIEOM2020_FULL_0002_37430

IDENTIFYING THE FACTORS ENGAGED IN CUSTOMERS┬? CHOICE TO OPERATE THROUGH DRY PORT OR SEAPORT


┴REA: 02. Logistics and Supply Chain Management

RESUMO:
The network of goods in the hinterland has changed since dry ports emerged as an option to fix efficiency problems in seaports. More than ever, shippers and consignees are looking to reduce the total logistic cost, besides to require a high service level in their operations. Despite the relevance of dry ports as a service provider option, there is a lack in the literature comparing both logistic operators. In this way, this article looks to answer the question: What ┬?cost factors┬? and ┬?service level factors┬? are commonly engaged in shippers and consignees' choice to operate through dry port or seaport? To fulfill this question, data were obtained through an analysis of 72 papers from Scopus and Web of Science databases. As result, a set of 11 cost factors and 25 service level factors were found. Working as a first step for future researches, this article helps to fulfill the literature gap, offering theoretical and managerial contributions.

PALAVRAS-CHAVE:
dry port, seaport, cost factor, service level.



DOI: 10.14488/ijcieom2020_full_0002_37430
AUTORES:

THIAGO DE ALMEIDA RODRIGUES
FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF PERNAMBUCO

CAROLINE MARIA DE MIRANDA MOTA
FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF PERNAMBUCO

DANIEL FERNANDES PINTO
FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF PERNAMBUCO

ADOLFO VICENTE ARA┌JO
FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF PERNAMBUCO






ISSN ENEGEP: 23183349 / ISSN ICIEOM: 23178000


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