THE EFFECT OF USING A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH IN THE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF CONTAINER SHIPPING ACTIVITIES TO SOLVE CRISES IN SOME BASRA PORTS
Hani Fadhil Jumaah Alshawi
Business administration department, Shatt Al-Arab University College, Basra, Iraq
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The issue of transporting containers through commercial ships is a very important topic that leads most headlines in administrative journals in most universities and countries of common interest, such as the Arab Gulf countries, including Iraq, East Asian countries, America, and other countries that surround water, seas, and beaches, and because of which they are active in the areas of import and export Thanks to her, she possesses many types of goods that are transported in many types of containers (the subject of research), the most famous of which are oil, gas, other liquid goods, solid and dates, as well as livestock and animals, as used in circus games and used for display in( Zoos) for their severity, rarity and high prices Worldwide, many conferences were repeated and devoted to counting and comparing all activities related to the maritime transport of containers in many ports, such as the Louisiana University conference in the United States of America, which will be mentioned in one of the current research areas, which discusses many axes of analysis and study of what disappears in the depths of the sea in order to prepare to confront it and what appears on the surface at different times in this highly active marine sector that is affected by different circumstances between nature, politics, geography, economics and the like to try out the appropriate scenarios and ideas and listen to the opinion of every interested person who follows international reports related to these containers are to make use of any information on this subject, secrets and risks and crises. This effort was divided into five sections, where the first topic relates to methodological aspects and the second is concerned with the presentation of related problems as well as the definition of simulation and its models considering that Iraqi ports in Basra lack such a technique to facilitate the flow of ships related to the location of the research and the third is concerned with containers and their advantages and problems and future horizons for them in Iraq The fourth is a review of the algorithm for entering and exiting ships to Iraqi ports in Basra, which is unique to the current research. The research reached several conclusions and recommendations.
Containers, Simulation, Ship Entry and Exit Algorithm, Scenarios, Maritime Transport Sector.