Marine transportation services include cargo-carrying commercial shipping (e.g., merchant marine) and non-cargo commercial shipping (e.g., ferries, cruise ships).Marine transportation drives 80–90% global trade, moving over 10 billion tones of containers, solid and liquid bulk cargo across the world's oceans annually. Throughout history, people and goods have moved between continents and across oceans by sea. Marine transportation can effectively and efficiently move almost any goods, though the advent of air travel proved preferable for perishable and high-value goods. The industrial revolution further improved ship transportation by capitalizing on the capabilities of internal combustion engine-power, and the subsequent adoption of containerization once again dramatically changed maritime transportation in the name of efficiency. The process of “containerization” was another shift for marine transportation as ships now need not be designate to a specific good and inter-modal connections also became completely leveled. In this way, cargo capacities by various means of transportation can be measured in container units, called the twenty-foot equivalent unit or TEU, due to a 20-foot standard container. More often, the containers seen on trucks on highways and on large transport ships are 40 feet in length, or forty-foot equivalent unit (FEU).
The marine transport services have been consistently raising the bar for bigger ships with higher TEUs or FEUs, which enables and allows for an increase in trade overall. Under the guise of globalization, this standardization brought about through the use of containers is what revolutionized marine transport more recently. Marine transportation has never been a more viable option for global trade than it does today.
Most boat parts Fort Myers operate on carbon-rich fuels such as heavy diesel, and their emissions have negative environmental impacts. Each of these vessels has its own propulsion system and is therefore both a consumer and transformer of resources into energy.
Marine transportation of Elite Offshore Performance also encompasses passenger transportation, military and defense, fishing or marine resource applications, and maritime support such as navigation or vessel maintenance. All of these applications contribute to the overall environmental impact of marine transportation, though not as significantly as trade dominates the sector.
Company: Elite Offshore Performance
Address: 17971 San Carlos Blvd Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
Phone No: (239) 462-3943
Email: [email protected]