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The profitability of container transport continues to fall. Empty containers are often transported.
Sometimes it is cheaper to order spare parts directly from the factory, sometimes through a regional dealer and sometimes it is cheaper to store them elsewhere. The Dinalog Conversion Factory investigated the best solution for your company.
GP-OML is started by Beta and Trail research schools it offers a range of 4 day in-depth courses with a close connection to actual research. The courses are meant for graduate students and highly experienced professionals.
As of October 2014 Prof. Dr. Henk Zijm has passed on his function of scientific director of Dinalog to Prof. dr. Albert Veenstra.
Impact of innovation: in the refrigerated supply chain
The global transport of temperature-sensitive products like medicines and food in a refrigerated supply chain is growing rapidly. It is essential for these products that the logistics process takes place under the correct conditions and without disruptions.
The chain is increasing in complexity, and so too the complexity of computerized terminals. Even so, there is little insight into the consequences of decision-making and there are few safe and effective opportunities for training.
Registration for the 2015 edition of the Maritime/Logistic trade Mission to Panama is now open! The trade mission will take place from April 12 to 15, 2015 and will be headed by the Prime Minister of Aruba, Mike Eman.
In the Port of Rotterdam, two fully automated terminals are being built and are close to live operations, and together with the University of Delft, the Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics (Dinalog), Rotterdam World Gateway, APM Terminal's Maasvlakte II, and
The first findings from the CAMPI project indicate that condition-based maintenance is already taking place in the process industry, but that it is often not very advanced.
In September Stefano Fazi presented his PhD thesis 'Mode selection routing and scheduling for inland container transport'. He investigated the main operations..