Green liner shipping network design

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Green Liner Shipping Network Design refers to the problems in green logistics related to the design of maritime services in liner shipping with a focus on reducing the environmental impact. This chapter discusses how to more efficiently plan the vessel services with the use of mathematical optimization models. A brief introduction to the main characteristics of Liner Shipping Network Design is given, as well as the different variants and assumptions that can be considered when defining this problem. The chapter also includes an overview of the algorithms and approaches that have been presented in the literature to design such networks.




Hellsten, E., Pisinger, D., Sacramento, D., & Vilhelmsen, C. (2019). Green liner shipping network design. In Sustainable Shipping: A Cross-Disciplinary View (pp. 307–337). Springer International Publishing.

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