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|Title:||Effects of COVID-19 on maritime industry : a review||Authors:||Yazir, D
|Issue Date:||2020||Source:||International maritime health, 2020, v. 71, no. 4, p. 253-264||Abstract:||COVID-19 is a global disease that has quickly shaken the world economy since the beginning of 2020 and consequently has significantly affected the shipping industries development (including shipping operators, port operators, government authorities, shippers, seafarers, passengers, supply chain operators, etc.). Currently, the clinical management of COVID-19 remains unclear. In order to understand the newest challenges and figure out potential solutions for the maritime industries post COVID-19, this paper selected four shipping industries (including dry bulk, tanker, container, and cruiser sector) and reviewed these industries' newest development. The research findings can strengthen the awareness of COVID-19 and reduce operational risk and further improve business performance for the maritime related industries and authorities.||Keywords:||COVID-19
|Publisher:||Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine||Journal:||International maritime health||ISSN:||1641-9251||DOI:||10.5603/IMH.2020.0044||Rights:||© 2020 PSMTTM
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The following publication Yazir, Devran, Şahin, Bekir, Yip, Tsz, Tseng, Po-Hsing, Effects of COVID-19 on maritime industry: a review, International Maritime Health, 2020, 71(4) is available at https://doi.org/10.5603/IMH.2020.0044
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