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부산신항 배후단지 활성화 방안 연구

Title
부산신항 배후단지 활성화 방안 연구
Alternative Title
A study on Activating Strategy of Busan New Port Hinterland - Focus on Auto Parts Industry
Author(s)
최훈도
Publication Year
2011
Publisher
한국해양대학교
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002175018
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/9166
Abstract
The port function has been rapidly changing due to diversity in global physical distribution surroundings.

The ports in the past were such places where just the load/unload or ships' moving in and out was being done, but these days it's developing into integrated logistics. The necessity of logistics complex behind the port is growing higher according to the importance of the space for it.

And it's now important that a strategy of development of port complex at the rear Busan New Port be planned in compliance with reality of current facilities.

As a result of analyzing promising industries in Busan with that, I've come to a conclusion that part industries integrated related with Motor Renaults-Samsung, GM Daewoo Motors, and Hyundai Motors are suitable for it.

It should be taken into account to move to port logistics complex at the rear port where the imports and exports are convenient on account of role changing from agglomeration of the end car product previously being done into primary part companies(module-manufacturing companies) caused by the changing role of auto industry.

Furthermore, It'd better be taken into consideration the relocation of end car product companies' factories depending on the Japanese currency and U.S. dollar and the attraction of part centres in response to Korea-EU FTA.

In brief of above, this research covered the method to invigorate the Busan New Port complex with a customized business model considering how to attract car part manufacturing companies and foreign parts centres to add value.
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