There is a fundamental challenge in ensuring the allocation of the shortest time to the route, in seeking to reduce the duration taken in transporting cargo between Europe and North America.
In the event of a possible turn off of the Gulf Stream, the shipping corporation should establish a contingent plan. The plan would be based on the effects of the event on the shipping time in seeking to ensure continuity of the services provided by the corporation. Many of the upcoming schedules could be considered for establishment of different route in seeking to avert the imminent danger presented by the event. The regulations existing within the shipping routes would become fundamental elements of consideration in the establishment of a contingent plan. The best available options would be weighed on a cost-benefit analysis for evaluation of the services (Roemmich et al., 2007). This will enable the development and adoption of a plan which best suits the operations of the