The influence of storage area design on maritime container terminal capacity

  title={The influence of storage area design on maritime container terminal capacity},
  author={Florin Rusca and Eugen Rosca and Dan Mihail Costescu and Aura Rusca and Mircea Rosca and Sergiu Olteanu},
  journal={IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering},
  • F. Rusca, E. Rosca, S. Olteanu
  • Published 18 September 2018
  • Business
  • IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
The storage areas from maritime container terminals have the role to allow the transfer of containers from maritime ships to inland transport and vice versa or from a maritime ship to another. The number of slots in storage area must be higher enough to not restrict the activity in terminal. In the case of containers loaded with dangerous goods, specifically rules must be applied in accordance with international maritime laws. Applying the security policies will enforce special conditions for… 
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