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  • Marketing Principles

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    breaking down the process of the business’ activity down to its root components. Then the causes of profit losses can be weeded out. For example, in a warehouse setting in which I worked, there were a few major departments which included receiving, stock dept., pick/pack, and shipping department. Merchandise traveled through the warehouse along this pathway. If say, production (boxes shipped) is down, we can specify the cause using this technique. Instead of just knowing that production is down, we

  • Structure analysis of Idlenot Dairy

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    water. II. Departmentalization The Functional Structure would best describe the form of Departmentalization used by Idlenot. Various departments employed people with particular training. The IT trained personnel worked in the Data Processing Department. People with Financial backgrounds were located in the Accounting Department. The exception to this was in the Shipping and Warehouse operations. The employees that were responsible for moving stock from one location to another did not require specialized

  • The Gap Between Customer’s Expectations and Experience Received from Wan Hai Lines in Penang

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    1.1 Research Background Wan Hai Lines (M) Sdn Bhd in Penang is one of branches of Wan Hai group which headquarter in Taiwan. Wan Hai Lines started its branches in Penang in year 1992 with its core business provided shipping services to handle import and export shipments from port to port (CY to CY) . They are mainly targeted short haul services whereby arrange shipment to / from Asia Pacific countries such as China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South East Asia and etc. Wan Hai Penang was experienced very good

  • Ship Registration Case Study

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    African government (through the Department of Transport – DoT) and South African Maritime Safety Authority’s (SAMSA) efforts to revive the country’s ship register is misdirected. Most reasons for this push have been to create employment and to get South African cargo carried by South African ships with South African seafarers. South Africa exports and imports well over 200 million tonnes of cargo per year, costing the nation well over R37 billion rand in shipping transportation (Mokhele, 2012). All

  • Court Notes on Pyrene Co. Ltd. V. Scindia Steam Navagation Co.

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    discharge of such goods, shall be subject to the responsibilities and liabilities, and entitled to the rights and immunities hereinafter set forth". In August, 1948, the plaintiffs entered into a contract with the Government of India, through a department of the government ("I.S.D.") by which they agreed to sell to the Indian government a number of airfield crash tenders, F.O.B. London. All arrangements for the carriage of the goods were made by I.S.D. through their agents, who were also freight

  • The Future Of The Merchant Marine

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    From the very beginnings of the United States, its waterways have provided a way for Americans to increase their standard of living. Ports like Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore all were important during colonial times and are still important today. US ports and waterways systems are truly a national resource. US ports and waterways have historically performed a role as the critical lifeline for our nation’s international and domestic trade since the birth of our country. Like any other

  • The Carriage of Goods Act

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    The most important article of the Carriage of Goods Act is read as follows: "Subject to the provisions of Article 4, the carrier shall properly and carefully load, handle, stow, carry, keep, care for, and discharge the goods carried." Though this is considered very important, this passage is in fact the least considered article. This statement tackles about obligation of a carrier, not just to deliver the cargo successfully, but also to “carry the load with care.” The Act provides that every “bill

  • Challenges and Opportunities for the Maritime Economy

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    and interlinked, maritime shipping and port industries are experiencing challenges as well as enjoying greater business opportunities. Maritime shipping is mainly the primary means of transporting parts and the finished goods around the world, has recently attracted increasing attention from maritime economists. Because shipping is such an old industry, with a history of continuous change, sometimes gradual and occasionally catastrophe, Time and again we find that shipping and trade will slipway from

  • To What Extent Does Globalization Have An Affect On Sustainability

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    Globalization can both harm and help the sustainability of people around the world. It can be shown through many examples such as ship breaking and outsourcing that these can both hurt and help economies, they can both hurt and help the environment, and that they can both hurt and help overall quality of life in a country. Because of globalization, many countries have gained economic power, but some countries have lost theirs. In the example of ship breaking, ships are sold to developing countries

  • Legal Case Study

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    Legal Case Study This case is about the disagreement between Simpsons Ltd v Thowers Ltd. The carrier’s liabilities will be discussed in three parts, firstly to resolve the problem, I am going to give a short description of the main components of the contract of carriage