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北海道物流の課題と農業分野への影響 : 物流分野から農業分野への問題提起

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Title: 北海道物流の課題と農業分野への影響 : 物流分野から農業分野への問題提起
Other Titles: Problems of the Physical Distribution Sector in Hokkaido Prefecture and Their Efect on the Agricultural Sector
Authors: 相浦, 宣徳1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
阿部, 秀明2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
永吉, 大介3 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Aiura, Nobunori1
Abe, Hideaki2
Nagayoshi, Daisuke3
Issue Date: 31-Aug-2019
Publisher: 北海道農業経済学会
Journal Title: フロンティア農業経済研究
Journal Title(alt): The Frontiers of Agricultural Economics
Volume: 22
Issue: 1
Start Page: 9
End Page: 24
Abstract: Towards achieving ashared awareness among those in the industries of physical distribution and agriculture, we clarify situations regarding physical distribution, with a focus on agricultural products shipment between Hokkaido and other parts of Japan, we outline emerging issues for both sectors, and we discuss the impact of these issues on Hokkaido agriculture. These issues include the need for the shared use of railway tracks by Shinkansen bullet trains and freight trains in the Seikan Tunnel, the termination of some JR Hokkaido freight train services as a result of a review of operating lines, and a shortage of truck drivers. These are not just physical distribution issues; they also directly affect the continuation of the agricultural industry, the main industry in Hokkaido, because transportation capacity reductions cause agricultural product shipment reductions, freight transportation cost increases weaken the competitiveness of Hokkaido agricultural products, and freight transportation cost increases lower agricultural profitability. Responses by people in the agricultural sector are key to addresing the issues. Information on these issues should be sent out by people in physical distribution to those in the agricultural sector, and onward to governments and economic organizations, towards improving productivity, such as that at loading/unloading bases.
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