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Port Terminals Assessment: An Empirical Analysis of Requirements of Brazilian National Plan of Port Logistics

Abstract : Brazilian National Port Logistics Plan (PNLP) aims to develop strategic actions to increase operational efficiency in Port systems. The Port of Santos is the largest exporter of grains and has vital importance for the country economy. The present study objective to evaluate among the 13 strategic actions developed by the PNLP which are the most important for port terminals. Therefore, a survey was carried out with managers of all Santos terminals specialize in agricultural products. Our results showed that 75% of respondents highlighted port security as a top priority. Secondly, 62,5% of them point out improvements in operational processes (consolidate paperless port, waterway access, consenting bodies, the efficiency of navigation agents), and finally, 50% of interviewed said that actions to guarantee the accessibility of the vessels are essential.
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Aguinaldo Souza, João Reis, Ataide Cardoso Junior, Emerson Abraham, Oduvaldo Vendrametto, et al.. Port Terminals Assessment: An Empirical Analysis of Requirements of Brazilian National Plan of Port Logistics. IFIP International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS), Sep 2019, Austin, TX, United States. pp.135-141, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-30000-5_18⟩. ⟨hal-02419237⟩

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