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효율적인 컨테이너운송을 위한 화물운송 정보시스템의 활성화 방안

Title
효율적인 컨테이너운송을 위한 화물운송 정보시스템의 활성화 방안
Alternative Title
A Study on the Revitalization of Cargo Transportation Information System For Efficient Inland Container Transport
Author(s)
한영현
Publication Year
2009
Publisher
한국해양대학교 해사산업대학원
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002176423
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/10827
Abstract
In the globalizing world, logistic getting more important and Korean Government intended to be one of the leading logistic countries in the northeast asia by 2020. In order to be a leading country Korean Government supports collaboration prosperities and creates additional values and strengthen efficiency of logistic.

Cargo transportation through road performs vein function for economy network and has high publicity. It playes core role in the business world of Korea and shares almost half of the cargo transportation (43.9% ton/km in 2004) in the Korea.

This cargo transportation system through road has many problems and difficulties therefore simple and basic improvement in the system not sufficient and reform of the system is required. For instance, truck owners having difficulty to find cargo to carry and brokers help them. Recently number of cargo broker has increased and in 2006 number of cargo broker has reach up to 2 times of truck company. (5,947 truck company and 11,586 broker company).

Similar to this problem whenever road transportation industry getting bigger some other problems occur (HA, Hun Gu, 2003, Hong Gab Sun, 2003) such as illegally multi broking for same cargo. Considerable number of the cargo owners work with one brokers and that broker works with others. For example during transportation process of one cargo, 3-4 broker could take a part and each broker charge roughly 5-12% of the transportation fee and finally truck driver gets only 60-70% of the real transportation fee.
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