Port Problems in Developing Countries - Principles of Port Planning and Organization

By: Nagorski, Bohdan

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293 pages with occasional black and white photographic plates. Few people share author's record of success in creating new ports and improving existing terminals. This volume is a summary of principles and ideas evolved from more than 40 years activity in the planning of ports under a great variety of local conditions. Chapters include: Economic Importance of Ports; Planning of Individual Ports; Planning of Specialized Terminals; Bulk Cargo Terminals; Industries and Fishing; Final Steps in Port Planning; Port Administration; Port Operations; Port Finances and Dues; Port Statistics; Port Personnel and Labour; Free Zones; Maritime Connections and Inland Transport; Auxilliary Services and Installations; Relations with Other Ports. Former owner's inscription upon front endpaper, otherwise minimal markings in light pencil. Front board and spine boast brilliant gilt lettering. Spine leans slightly. Illustrated dust jacket with edgewear at top and bottom, primarily to back panel near spine; quarter inch chunk missing from dust jacket at top of spine. Printed on high quality coated paper.

Title: Port Problems in Developing Countries - Principles of Port Planning and Organization

Author Name: Nagorski, Bohdan

Categories: Text,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Tokyo, Japan, The International Association of Ports and Harbors: 1972

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Seller ID: 63308143

Keywords: Port Problems in Developing Countries - Principles of Port Planning and Organization The International Association of Ports and Harbors 293 pages with occasional black and white photographic plates. Few people share author's record of success in creating new ports and improving existing terminals. This volume is a summary of principles and ideas evolved from more than 40 years activity in the planning of ports under a great variety of local conditions. Chapters include: Economic Importance of Ports; Planning of Individual Ports; Planning of Specialized Terminals; Bulk Cargo Terminals; Industries and Fishing; Final Steps in Port Planning; Port Administration; Port Operations; Port Finances and Dues; Port Statistics; Port Personnel and Labour; Free Zones; Maritime Connections and Inland Transport; Auxilliary Services and Installations; Relations with Other Ports. Former owner's inscription upon front endpaper, otherwise minimal markings in light pencil. Front board and spine boast brilliant gilt lettering. Spine leans slightly. Illustrated dust jacket with edgewear at top and bottom, primarily to back panel near spine; quarter inch chunk missing from dust jacket at top of spine. Printed on high quality coated paper.,