A generic Framework of Covid-19 Crisis Management in the Terminal ports
The case of Tangier Med Port
Keywords:Covid-19, port logistics, container terminal, supply chain, international trade, shipping
The Covid-19 pandemic, deemed atypical of its nature, has spread aftershocks of various powers on the various ties of the global economy, in addition to its acute symptomatic impact on human health. The characterization of the impacts of this health crisis and the reactions of stakeholders in maritime and port communities during its spread is based on the maritime supply chain, which serves as a true barometer for assessing the health of economic systems at the international and national levels. Afterward, the state of Tangier port Med against COVID19 is stated where we briefly indicate that according to the current health crisis world wild the situation in PTM is well handled economically and socially. In this paper, the monitoring and analyzing approach was developed to identify the factors affecting the system's operation as well as the various override options used by stakeholders in the maritime transport system during virus propagation. The paper aimed at developing a framework for terminal ports for health crisis management. As a result, digital use was one of the main results in managing the outbreak of Covid 19 in the digital age.
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