The abstract is up to 200 words in English. It shall outline the aims, scope, methodology and conclusions of the paper. Contributions of the paper are desirable but not compulsory.
Keywords: Sample paper, MS Word (no more than 6 keywords)
References to original (not secondary) sources for cited material is to be listed together at the end of the paper. List of References shall be arranged in alphabetical order of last name of first-named author for articles with more than one author. Do not number them. Examples are:
Bagchi, P. and Virum, H. (1996), European logistic alliances: a management model, International Journal of Logistics Management, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 93-108.
Brooks, M. R. (2000), Sea Change in Liner Shipping, Pergamon: Amsterdam.
CAPGEMINI Netherlands B.V. (2006), Europe’s most wanted distribution centre locations, internal document, unpublished.
Daskin, M.S. (2003), Facility location in supply chain design. Working paper. Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Services, Northwestern University.
Dayal, R. (2006), Promoting Dry Ports as a means of sharing the benefits of Globalization with inland locations., E/ESCAP/CMG (3/1)1, UNESCAP Committee on Managing Globalization. Meersman, H., Van de Voorde, E. and Vanelslander, T. (2005), Ports as hubs in the logistics chain, In: H. Leggate, J. McConville and A. Morvillo (eds.), International Maritime Transport: Perspectives, Routledge: London, pp.32-45.
Far East Freight Conference’s website: www.fareastfreightconference.com, last accessed in September 2008.
All appendices should be placed right after the list of references. If there is more than one appendix, they should be identified as A, B, etc. Formulae and equations in appendices should be given separate numbering: Eq. (A.1), Eq. (A.2), etc.
It might be charged for the papers to be revised by the Proof-Readers for their revision at the rate of US$ 100 per page.