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Comparative Examples of Intermodal Logistic Platforms (ILP) in the Brazil

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.6, No. 7)

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Page : 426-435

Keywords : Intermodal Logistics Platforms (PLIs); Multimodal Logistics; Internal Customs Stations; Integrated Logistics Center (CLI).;

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The need to show the evidences of the eight Logistics Platforms (LPs) in study and implantation in the different regions of Brazil. a summary of each platform, starting with the two logistics platform located in the Midwest (Goias and Palmas), two in the State of Bahia (Juazeiro and Feira de Santana), two in the state of Rio Grande do Sul will be presented (Guaiba and a municipality to be chosen), one in Paraná, one in São Paulo and other platforms (dry ports and Customs stations Interior) scattered in other states. It will be approached aspects of interest of the research, such as geographical location, types of infrastructure, classification of the Platform (Unimodal or Multimodal), the phases of implantation or study of the Brazilian platforms. The objective is to make a comparative between the different regions where the LPs where they are implemented. Data analyzes the relationship between transport infrastructure and regional development, notably through the implementation of a LPs network located in specific parts of the country able to spread the impact of economic growth in areas lacking adequate transportation infrastructure for your productive potential. The study methodology has as theoretical framework the recognition that the implementation of a transport infrastructure is a necessary component to promote development, but it is not enough to promote development. The results from the analysis of the theories of regional development and programs implemented in Brazil for this purpose, it was found that dropout programs to supply the lack of transport infrastructure has resulted in large gaps that constitute barriers to national development in order to reduce this gap network deployment of logistics platforms from the Integration and development Hubs is presented as a tool to induce development and reduce inter-regional inequalities in Brazil in the three regions mentioned.

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