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Pp. 249–265. Robinson, R (1998). Asian hub/feeder nets: the dynamics of restructuring. Maritime Policy and Management 25: 21–40. -P. (1999). Globalization and the synchronization of transport terminals. Journal of Transport Geography 7: 255–261. -P. (2006). Transportation and the Geographical and Functional Integration of Global Production Networks. Growth and Change 37: 510–525. T. (1989). From piggy-back to double-stack intermodalism. Maritime Policy and Management 16: 69–81. Van Hooydonk, E.

De Boeck: Antwerp. pp. 249–265. Robinson, R (1998). Asian hub/feeder nets: the dynamics of restructuring. Maritime Policy and Management 25: 21–40. -P. (1999). Globalization and the synchronization of transport terminals. Journal of Transport Geography 7: 255–261. -P. (2006). Transportation and the Geographical and Functional Integration of Global Production Networks. Growth and Change 37: 510–525. T. (1989). From piggy-back to double-stack intermodalism. Maritime Policy and Management 16: 69–81.

16 Jean-Paul Rodrigue and Theo E. Notteboom Towards new intercontinental shipping routes Parallel to the strategies of establishing equatorial round-the-world container services, a set of circum-hemispheric routes around the northern hemisphere are also a possibility, particularly since it is along this hemisphere that the bulk of the world’s economic activity is taking place. This strategy would integrate a sequence of maritime and land (rail) transportation corridors in a seamless fashion. A continuous and bi-directional transport chain across a hemisphere is thus established.

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