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research-article | 23-April-2019

THE EVOLUTION OF DEEP SEA CONTAINER ROUTES: THE ITALIAN CASE

Taranto: in 2018, it discontinued operating container traffic after the closure of the container terminal. The majority of deep sea shipping (DSS) container routes are offered by ports belonging to the above-mentioned clusters. Three other ports, which do not belong to any one of the aforementioned clusters, offer some DSS services: Civitavecchia, Bari and Catania. In March 2018, Civitavecchia was crossed by 9 DSS container ships, while Bari and Catania by 2. The Padan Plain, which represents the

Marino LUPI, Antonio PRATELLI, Cecilia LICANDRO, Alessandro FARINA

Transport Problems, Volume 14 , ISSUE 1, 69–80

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