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Increasing Utilization at the Port of Davisville
Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting (2009)
  • James R. Kroes, University of Rhode Island
  • Yuwen Chen, University of Rhode Island
  • Paul Mangiameli, University of Rhode Island
The Port of Davisville, located at Quonset Point in Rhode Island, is primarily used for the importation of foreign made automobiles into the eastern US markets. Currently, no shipping container traffic moves through the port; nearly all international container traffic into and out of the region moves through port facilities located outside of the local area. This study examines if the port can be utilized to cost effectively ship containerized cargo in and out of local markets.
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James R. Kroes, Yuwen Chen and Paul Mangiameli. "Increasing Utilization at the Port of Davisville" Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting (2009)
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