By Dirk C. Mattfeld
A special remedy of the transshipment operation and strategies at the cargo of autos from the Bremerhaven harbor, Germany. The publication is an analytical, theoretical, and sensible paintings that comes with community Optimization, Logistics, Distribution, Transportation, and provide Chain administration right into a framework of data platforms for a finished realizing of the improvement of transshipment terminals within the worldwide economic system. extra particularly, the booklet examines transshipment terminals and the way they are often made extra effective.
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7 meters height. To provide space for trucks, some of the decks can be lifted hydraulically. A ramp system comparable to a multi-storey park deck makes all decks accesssible in a self-propellent fashion (OWallenius Wilhelmsen Line). thirty-fold since 1970. In 1999 the fleet of car carriers amounted to 380 ships. Until now, the fleet has grown by an additional 110 car-carriers (Marle, 2003). Only six carrier companies share 90% of the deep-sea market (Woodbridge, 2001). Above all NYK from Japan and the Wallenius-Wilhelmsen Lines from Scandinavia play major roles in this field.
E. a switch of transshipment volume to other competing ports (Drewry, 1999). • As a final prerequisite an information system with data links to customer IT-systems is demanded (Hesse, 2002). The use of an IT infrastructure suitable for tracking and tracing of vehicles cannot be over-estimated with regard to future competitiveness. In the following, we aim at an empirical verification of the state of progression of terminal transshipments. First, we introduce ports belonging to the strategic group of the so-called North Range.
Port operators start to act as third party logistics provider for vehicle manufacturers and offer added value and vehicle inspection services besides traditional transshipment. The intention behind such activities is to bind customers with integrated logistics functions into long lasting contracts. Such functions also include integrated information systems with a tracking and tracing capability along the entire supply chain. , 2002), in practice vehicle transshipment terminals are typically built in an already existing port infrastructure.
The Management of Transshipment Terminals: Decision Support for Terminal Operations in Finished Vehicle Supply Chains (Operations Research Computer Science Interfaces Series) by Dirk C. Mattfeld