Port Centric Logistics

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February 9, 2022
Dr. Eva Savelsberg, Alex Van Winckel, and Matthew Wittemeier
Edition: Digital Transformation
March 4, 2020
This paper explores how e-commerce has affected the supply chain, especially beyond the port and to the hinterland.
Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Dept. of Global Studies & Geography, Hofstra University, New York, US
Edition: E-commerce Evolution
June 27, 2019
Supply chain expert and professor Rob Zuidwijk considers the role of smart ports in a wider logistics network
Rob Zuidwijk, Professor of Global Supply Chains and Ports, Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands
Edition: Smart Ports
June 27, 2019
Europe's largest port are leading the charge towards "digital maturity" and, in this new paper, reveal the steps smart ports must take
Jan Gardeitchik, Business Development Manager Digital, Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Edition: Smart Ports
April 16, 2019
Port Technology is pleased to release an exclusive technical paper from the brains behind the new 'high bay' terminal planned by DP World and SMS Group
Mathias Dobner (BOXBAY), Volker Brück (SMS Group/AMOVA), Ronald van der Meer and Patrick Bol (DP World)
Edition: Delivering Performance
January 16, 2019
The industry knows that we have the expertise in building rail mounted container cranes and we want to fulfill the customers demand for a wider product range. This demand has resulted in the Kuenz Information System (KIS) and new solutions in automation, as well as the development of the FREERIDER.
Walter Schoenecker, Head of Product Development FREERIDER, Kuenz
Edition: Edition Online
January 16, 2019
Digital transformation has been bringing sweeping changes across all industries. In shipping, the evolution has been progressive but slow.
Jake Jung-Taek Kim, Cyberlogitec, South Korea
Edition: Automation in 2018
December 3, 2018
When conceptualizing the next generation of RTG crane, we at Kuenz were clear that we could not succeed if we weren’t willing to break the mold. We didn’t want to do a simple cut-and-paste job from previous iterations, so the primary objective was to meet the requirements of the future container handling business for more efficiency and speed, as well as enhanced ergonomics.
Walter Schoenecker, Head of Product Development FREERIDER, Kuenz
Edition: Ports of the Future
November 30, 2018
Representing some 170 ports in over ninety countries, member ports of the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) handle about 80% of world container traffic and more than 60% of all international maritime trade.
Dr. Patrick Verhoeven, Managing Director, IAPH
Edition: Ports of the Future
November 30, 2018
Truck drayage operations are essential to link logistics nodes in the port and beyond
Dr. Leonard Heilig and Dr. Kai Brüssau, University of Hamburg, Karim Youssef, EUROGATE Terminal
Edition: Ports of the Future
November 30, 2018
Since the International Maritime Organization’s introduction of the concept of e-Navigation in 2006, development and integration of new and sophisticated information and communication technologies are gaining ground.
Michael Baldauf, et al, World Maritime University
Edition: Ports of the Future
September 18, 2018
The Reconceptualizing The Port e-Book features content from some of the top names in the port and terminal industry.
Hans Rook and Richard Morton, International Port Community System Association; Simon Streat, Bolero International; Kris Kosmala, Quintiq; Gerald Hirt, HVCC
Edition: #SPSC18 e-Book #3 Reconceptualizing The Port

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