In international shipping and logistics, seaports can be treated as maritime logistics centers when they provide logistics services at the seashore and shore-land interfaces. Many ports in the world have an established experience in providing value-added logistics for ship-cargo consignments, but not all ports can claim a logistics-center status. Typical logistics functions of ports include cargo handling and transfer operations, storage and warehousing, break bulk and consolidation, value-added activities, information technology management, and other related services.
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