Port as a paradim
the ports as new paradigm in supply chains
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Port as a paradim
UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA SANTIAGO DE GUAYAQUIL
PORTS AS ELEMENTS IN VALUE-DRIVEN CHAIN SYSTEMS THE
• Dayana Estupinan
Lecture:Mr Max Galarza.
• The rapid and pervasive restructuring of supply chains and of the logistics
pathways in which ports are embedded, existing paradigms no longer offer
adequate insights into the functions of ports or port authorities.
The new elements that integrate
the supply chain and balance that
exist in the integration of these are
for the optimal use of resources
resulting in a healthy development
and systems consistent value chain
driven by the new paradigm.
Considering the overall scheme of the chain, we will focus on the analysis of port services and
particularly in the container terminals, without noting that the good performance of this depends on the
• Ports must now be seen as elements in value-driven chain systems or in value
Delivering value to shippers and third party service providers; customer
segmentation and targeting is based on a proposal by clearly specified value;
port and capture value in itself and for the network in which it is embedded.
• The role of ports and port authorities, and the way in which they
position themselves in the new business environments beyond
2001 must be defined within a paradigm of ports as elements in
value-driven chain systems, not simply as places with particular, if
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