Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural
https://revistasober.org/article/5d8915f00e8825b876c51226
Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural
Artigo original

TRANSPORTES DE PRODUTOS AGRÍCOLAS: SOBRE A QUESTÃO DAS PERDAS

José Vicente Caixeta Filho

Downloads: 3
Views: 563

Resumo

É observado neste estudo que as perdas no transporte estão intimamente ligadas a três fatores básicos: modalidade de transporte utilizada; carência de equipamento especializado de transporte; utilização de embalagens inapropriadas. A combinação desses fatores implica diferentes custos operacionais de transporte e, eventualmente, diferentes índices de perdas.

Palavras-chave

Transporte; Perdas; Pós-colheita.

Referências

AusrIN, J. E. "Agroindustrial Project Analysis: criticai design factors", EDI Series, in Economic Development, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, 2nd ed., 1992. 258p.

BAUMEL, C. P. & HAYENGA, M. "Domestic food security: transportation and marketing issues", in BuscH, L. & LACY, W. B. (eds.), Food security in the United States, Boulder, Westview Press, 1984, pp. 273-288.

BouRNE, M. C. "Post harvest food lasses - the neglected dimension in increasing the world food supply", Cornell International Agriculture Mimeograph 53, Ithaca, 1977, 49p.

Council for Agricultura! Science and Technology. "An approach to evaluation of rural transportation needs and problems in the United States", in, Report on a fie/d study ofproblems in agricultura! transportation and marketing, compiled for the Subcommittee on Agricultura! Production, Marketing, and Stabilization of Prices of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1974. pp. 9-27.

CRUCEFIX, D. N. "Plantain (Musa sp) handling improvements in the Eastern Caribbean: the technology is only half of the battle", Acta Horticulturae, 269, 1990, p. 401-407.

DANDAPANI, M. "Marketable surplus and post-harvest lasses of maize in India", Market Research and Planning Cell, n. 28, Ministry of Agriculture, Government oflndia, Faridabad, 1987, 187p.

DAVIS, J. C. "Agriculture and transportation - a positive impact", in Increasing understanding o f public problems and policies - 1980, Oak Brook, Illinois, Farm Foundation, 1980, pp. 51-58.

FLORIAN, M. & GUÉLAT, J. "The prediction of multicommodity freight flows: a multiproduct multimode model and a solution algorithm", in BIANCO, L. & LA BELLA, A. (eds.), Freight Transport Planning and 

Logistics, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, vol. 317, 1988, pp. 150-185.

Food and Agricultura! Organizatíon of the United Nations - FAO. An analysis ofan FAO survey ofpost-harvestfood lasses in developing countries, Rome, FAO, AGPP, MISC/27, 1977, 148p.

- - - - - . Prevention ofpost-harvestfoodlosses:fruits, vegetables and root crops - a training manual, Rome, FAO Training Series, n. 17/2, 1989. 157p.

FuLKERSON, D. R. "An out-of-kilter method for minimal-cost flow problems". Journal o/Societyfor Industrial andAppliedMathematics, vol. 9, n. 1, 1961.

GALLIMORE, W. W. "Transporting food and agricultura! products", in

Agricultural-food policy review: perspectives for the 1980's,

Economics and Statistics Service, Washington, U.S. Department of Agriculture, April 1981, pp. 82-93.

GAUTHIER, H. L. "Least cost flows in a capacitated network: a Brazilian example", in HURST, M. E. E. (ed.), Transportation Geography - Comments and Readings, Nova York, McGraw-Hill, 1974, pp. 172- 188.

GREELEY, M. "Rural technology, rural institutions and the rural poorest: the case ofrice processing in Bangladesh", in GREELEY, M. & HowEs, M. (eds.) Rural technology, rural institutions and the rural poorest, Proceedings of a Workshop organized by the Center on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific, Comilla and the Institute ofDevelopment Studies, Brighton, Sussex, Feb. 2-5, 1981, CIRDAP, Comilla, 1982, pp. 128-51.

HARRAL, C. G.; HENNEMAN, S. & IsAAc, I. "Brazil transport study models", Intemational Bank for Reconstruction and Development, International Development Association, Economics Department Working Paper n. 94, 1970. 14p.

HARVEY, J. M. "Optimum environments for the transport o f fresh fruits and vegetables", International Journal ofRefrigeration, vol. 4, n. 5, September 1981, pp. 293-298.

HUTCHINSON, T. Q.; HoFFMAN, L. A. & PARLETT, R. L. "Improving the export distribution system for fresh fruits and vegetables", Marke- ting Research Report, no. 1027, United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Washington, D.C., August 1974.

JoNES, C. S.; Hou, J. E. & ScHOORL, D. "A model to predict damage to horticultura! produce during transport", Journal ofAgricultura! Engineering Research, 50(4), 1991, pp. 259-272.

KADER, A. A.; KASMIRE, R. F.; MITCHELL, F. G.; REID, M. S.; SOMMER, N. F. & THOMPSON, J. F. Postharvest technology ofhorticultura! crops, Cooperative Extension, University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Special Publication 3311, 1985, 192p.

KATZMAN, M. T. "The influence of transportation improvements on interregional trade in Brazil". Transportation, 6, 1977, pp. 393-408.

KETsA, S. "Prepackaging ofhead lettuce at production site", Thai Journal o fAgricultura! Science, 22(4), October 1989, pp. 323-328.

LAVE, R. E., JR. e KYLE, D. W. "A systems study of transportation in Northeast Brazil", Stanford University, Institute in Engineering Economic Systems, March 1966. 82p.

MAZAUD, F. Comunicação Pessoal. Senior Officer (Food Losses), Prevention of Food Losses Programme, Agricultura! Services Division, FAO, 17/02/94.

NouLU, B. J. "The role of transportation in agricultura] production decisions: theory and empirical evidence in the case of Tanzania". Economic Research Bureau Paper 80.7, University ofDar Es Salaam,

1980, 30p.
NEw, J. H.; PROCTOR, F. J. & HEWITT, V. J. "Packaging of horticultura}

produce for export". Tropical Science, 20(1), 1978, pp. 21-34.

PATHAK, S.; PATHAK, R. K. & SINGH, I. S. "Effect of packing containers on losses of aonla fruits during transportation", Indian Journal of Horticulture, 46(4), 1989, pp. 468-469.

PEDERSEN, J. R. "Post-harvest food losses: the need for reliable data", in PIMENTEL, D. (ed.) World Food, Pest Lasses, and the Environment, A A A S Selected Symposium 13, Boulder, CO, W estview Press, 1978, pp. 95-107.

PoLOPOLUS, L. "Agricultura! economics beyond the farm gate", in American Journal o fAgricultura! Economics, vol. 64, n. 5, December 1982, pp. 803-81 o.

REUSSE, E. "Economics and marketing aspects of post-harvest systems in small farmer economies", Monthly Bulletin ofAgricultura! Economics and Statistics, Part 1, Vol. 25, n. 9, September 1976, pp. 1-7; Part 2, Vol. 25, n. 1O, October 1976, pp. 1-1O.

SALUNKHE, D. K.; BouN, H. R. & REoov, N. R. Storage, processing and nutritional quality offruits andvegetables. Vol. I, 2nd ed., Boca Raton, CRC Press, 1991, 323p.

SmmQUI, S.; KuMAR, J.; SINGH, K. & SHARMA, R. K. "Comparison of modified wire bound boxes over traditional wooden boxes for transportation offruits", Progressive Horticulture, vol. 22( 1-4), 1990, pp. 154-155.

SPENSLEY, P. C. "Whither the post-harvest sector?", in ScHULTEN, G. G. M. (ed.) Post-harvest improvements for the eighties and nineties, Communication 72, Department of Agricultura! Research, Amsterdam, Royal Institute Amsterdam, 1982, pp. 111-130.

SuBRAMANHAM, H.; MooRTHY, N. V. N.; LAKSHMINARAYANA, S. & KRISHNAMURTHY, S. "Studies on harvesting, transport and storage of mango", Acta Horticulturae, 24, 1972, pp. 260-264.

ULBANESE, B. C. & FERREIRA, W. A. "Custo social, energético e econômi- co, relativo às perdas de grãos de milho no estado de São Paulo", in A agricultura e agroindústria: perspectiva para os anos 90, XXXIII Congresso Brasileiro de Economia e Sociologia Rural, Florianópolis, Sober, 1990.

United Nations. "Agreement on the intemational carriage ofperishable foodstuffs and on the special equipment to be used for such carriage (ATP)". Economic Commission for Europe, Inland Transport Committee, Nova York, 1991, 215p.

VASHIST, P. D. "Marketable surplus and post-harvest losses of bajra in India", Market Research and Planning Cell, n. 25, Ministry of Agriculture, Government oflndia, Faridabad, 1985, 143p.

- - - - - . "Marketable surplus and post-harvest losses ofwheat in India", Market Research and Planning Cell, n. 8, Ministry of Agriculture, Governmentoflndia, Faridabad, 1985. 106p.

Whitman, D. A computerized transportation planning model with application to Brazil, Los Altos, California, SYSTAN, Inc. (SPR68- 6), August 1968.

WRIGHT, C. L.; MEYER, R. L. & WALKER, F. E. "Analyzing bottlenecks in grain transportation and storage systems: a Brazilian case study", The Journal ofDevelopment Studies, 18(1), October 1981, pp. 68- 84.

5d8915f00e8825b876c51226 resr Articles
Links & Downloads

resr

Share this page
Page Sections