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Yang, Vincent (author)
This thesis investigates a container drayage problem involving terminals, depots, and shippers. Each terminal operates a homogeneous fleet of trucks that start and end at their respective terminals, carrying either one 40ft or two 20ft containers, and can make multiple trips within a single planning horizon. Terminals handle full containers and...
master thesis 2024
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Gommans, Wim (author)
This research aims to enhance the understanding and quantification of logistics in the Netherlands by identifying factors influencing freight activities in urban areas. Using a linear regression model developed from BasGoed freight tour data, CBS location data, and Dutch zonal plan data, the study integrates 26 variables to predict freight trip...
master thesis 2024
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Frijlink, Tenzin (author)
The installation rate of offshore wind energy has to be quadrupled by 2030 to meet the green climate ambitions of European countries, but this growth is hindered by logistical challenges. Therefore, this study explores how two transportation and installation strategies, shuttling and feedering, affect the installation rate with the inclusion of...
master thesis 2024
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Lauwers, Bart (author)
This research explores the integration of electric vehicles (EVs) into the logistics of bulk-liquid transportation, specifically within Heineken Netherlands’ operations, using a two-echelon network. This study is pivotal as it aligns with global moves towards zero-emission regulations and sustainability in logistics. The primary question it...
master thesis 2024
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Buch, Wiebke (author)
Collaborative Port Call Optimization (PCO) is a key strategy to improve port efficiency. This study aims to bridge existing research gaps by providing a holistic understanding of collaborative PCO adoption, emphasizing the complexities of multi-organization collaboration and the influence of emerging technologies within the nautical chain and...
master thesis 2023
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Portengen, Joel (author)
The global transport sector currently contributes 23% of carbon dioxide emissions, a figure set to double by 2050 without mitigation efforts. While Scope 3 emissions, notably in container transport, are challenging to address, they constitute over half of all emissions. This study explores cargo owners' perspectives on Scope 3 emissions and...
master thesis 2023
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Pries, Pieter (author)
master thesis 2023
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Su, Rui (author)
In the context of striving for zero emissions in cities in the future, finding new logistics methods is of paramount importance. Inspired by the concept of the Physical Internet, a parcel transportation method called ”crowdshipping” has begun to gain attention. In this study, a new form of crowdshipping is investigated, where parcel lockers are...
master thesis 2023
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Warns, Ruben (author)
Innovation, akin to crafting a novel recipe, involves identifying problems, experimenting, testing, and sharing solutions. This study delves into "reuse innovations," which emphasize prolonging product usage before disposal. A prime exemplar is Home Carbonation Kits (HCKs), which can replace over 3000 single-use water bottles. Despite the...
master thesis 2023
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Liao, Ximeng (author)
As societies worldwide grapple with the urgent need to mitigate carbon emissions, one domain where substantial strides can be made is heavy-duty road freight transport. Electrification has emerged as a practical and technologically mature solution to address this challenge. However, the widespread adoption of electrification in this sector is...
master thesis 2023
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Dreesmann, Noor (author)
This master thesis explores how ports, such as Hamburg, are adapting their logistics to enhance supply chain efficiency, with a specific focus on the evolving global first-mile fresh fruit reefer (GFFR) cold chain. It discusses the use of value stream mapping (VSM) from an inside-out perspective to analyze operations, challenges, and...
master thesis 2023
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Will, Nicolas (author)
The transport sector is one of the most significant contributors to European GHG emissions and is expected to grow even further in the coming years. The target of the European Union to reduce transport-related GHG emissions by 55% by 2030 seems to be a challenging task, keeping in mind the projected growth rates of the sector. In order to...
master thesis 2023
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van Velzen, Lisa (author)
The city of Amsterdam is facing various challenges in managing urban freight transport within its historic and densely populated inner city. With a rapidly growing population and increasing number of trips to, from, and within the city, Amsterdam is facing pressure on accessibility, road safety and quality of life. Furthermore, Amsterdam needs...
master thesis 2023
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Deckers, Koen (author)
master thesis 2022
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Smeets, Joost (author)
Making decisions regarding delayed line haul transport is a very demanding and complex process in E-commerce distribution centres. Automating this process can decrease decision-maker discussion and assessment time and, as a result, allow decision-makers to spend more time on other demanding tasks like sorting and distributing. Automation in this...
master thesis 2022
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Schoneveld, Martijn (author)
Port performance is under pressure due to high congestion levels and a need to reduce GHG emissions. The industry is looking for ways to increase efficiency in ports. A promising concept is known as port call optimization where waiting times and turn-around times can be reduced. This research contributes to the body of port call optimization...
master thesis 2022
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Baggers, Kevin (author)
Maritime logistics is important for the international volume of trade. Ports are critical in cargo transhipment and provide services to vessels like traffic management, piloting, towage and mooring, which together are called the Nautical Chain since these services are dependent on each other. Due to the importance of maritime logistics, it is...
master thesis 2022
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van Adrichem, Marijn (author)
Despite the potential benefits regarding data-sharing in the container supply chain, stakeholders still can be skeptical towards data-collaboration. Due to conflicting goals and objectives of companies and the competitive nature of the<br/>industry, data-collaboration cannot be easily achieved. Previous research has little touched upon combining...
master thesis 2022
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Beukema, Karel (author)
Urban logistics is characterized by a high degree of freight flow fragmentation, the employment of various delivery methods, and the use of various vehicle capacities. Urban logistics is important for inhabitants' quality of life both in a negative and positive sense and plays a large economic role with significant...
master thesis 2022
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Schot, Rick (author)
Heavy-duty trucks (HDTs) are a significant contributor to global anthropogenic carbon emissions. In contrary to passenger cars, HDTs have to cope with decarbonization complications due to range and weight characteristics. Overhead catenary electric road systems (ERS-OC) can aid in decarbonizing this sector. Here, trucks are equipped with a...
master thesis 2022
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