Looking towards the hinterland

Xavier Seguí

An inland port may be defined as a strategic, multimodal node that includes at least a ship or barge terminal with connection to other ports before reaching oceanic trade, writes Xavier Seguí, Master in Chemical Engineering, Martí Puig, PhD candidate and Dr Rosa Mari Darbra, associate professor, Universitat Politècnica de ...

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