Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Control of Port Enterprises: Qingdao port as case study

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China's reform has led to rapid port enterprise development and improved major coastal port throughput capacity and loading efficiency. Modern port enterprises are important nodes in global supply chain integration and have begun to function as integrated logistics service centers. Qingdao port was used to evaluate enterprise supply chain risk. An improved AHP method was used to propose measures to strengthen port enterprise supply chain risk management. Port service process risk, operational risk, port relationship process risk, and external environment-associated risk are too high in this supply chain. To strengthen supply chain risk control, improved port service efficiency, enhanced port operational ability, strengthened membership management, and improved supply chain risk prevention mechanisms are required.

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Jiang, B., Li, J., & Shen, S. (2018). Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Control of Port Enterprises: Qingdao port as case study. Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 34(3), 198–208. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajsl.2018.09.003

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