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Traditionally, terminal operators create an initial berthing plan before the arrival of incoming vessels. This plan involves decisions on when and where to load or discharge containers for the calling vessels. However, disruptive unforeseen events (i.e., arrival delays, equipment breakdowns, tides, or extreme weather) interfere with the implementat...
In container terminals, operators normally form an initial plan for berth allocation before the arrival of incoming vessels. However, during the real operations, unforeseen incidents (e.g. delays, equipment breakdowns) happen frequently, which hinder the implementation of initial plans. In response to disruptions, terminal operators usually employ...