Economic analysis of waterfront area services at Naval Station, Long Beach.
Hammon, Shelly M.
Boger, Dan C.
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This study is an economic analysis of the Waterfront Area Services operation at Naval Station Long Beach. The objective of this research was to determine the best strategy to improve operational efficiency with respect to both quality of service provided and dollar/asset utilization. Specific issues addressed are the establishment of a Naval Station Long Beach operated Waterfront Area Shop, allocation of crane service resources, and the improvement of communication between Naval Station Long Beach, Long Beach Naval Shipyard, and Fleet ships. Data was gathered through personal interviews with Naval Station and Shipyard personnel from the various operational and support offices involved with waterfront operations
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