The battle for the sea is won inland!
Magazine article, 2011

While staying at UNWS as a visiting academic in January and February of this year I had the opportunity to meet with many people involved in seaports’ hinterland development or in the improvement of seaports’ inland access. Some are directly involved in that development, like interviewees from the ports or private rail operators, while others are indirectly involved as consultants. No matter the direct or indirect involvement all meetings were extremely interesting and helpful and the different types of involvement provided different perspectives, which are crucial for good cases. And, good cases are what I need since the purpose of my visit was international collaborations in research.

Inland terminal

New Zealand




Violeta Roso

Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Logistics & Transportation

Logistics Times

Vol. 2 3 46-48

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Production Engineering, Human Work Science and Ergonomics

Driving Forces

Sustainable development

Areas of Advance


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