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Goslinga, Daan (author)
The online supermarket Picnic uses the volume of groceries to pack them into totes and bags. While this generally works well, there are cases in which an article's volume fits into a designated space, but its dimensions do not. To prevent this so-called overflow, Picnic uses a maximum fill rate of 85%, which means that no tote can be filled to...
master thesis 2022
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Barendse, Thomas (author)
Demand for online grocer Picnic has increased exponentially over the past years, and their truck transport operation must scale with it. Given the resource constraints at all warehouses, as well as other specific restrictions, this poses a Multi Depot Pickup and Delivery Problem with Resource Constraints, for which no good solutions are found to...
master thesis 2022
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Collin, Ben (author)
The aim of this thesis is to implement knowledge of a user's experience into vehicle design. Picnic is developing a new delivery vehicle and this project will explore what could be improved on the current ePV for the ePV2. The target user, the Picnic Runner is researched thoroughly to find where the ePV design lacks positive user experience....
master thesis 2020
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van Brouwershaven, Rutger (author)
Picnic is an online supermarket currently operational in the Netherlands and Germany. Groceries are ordered from an app and delivered to the customer using a last-mile delivery vehicle. This last-mile delivery vehicle is currently used for densely populated cities and works well enough to support the current number of deliveries. However, this...
master thesis 2020
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Janssen, Mark (author)
Doing groceries is an inherent part of family life (Pettersson, Olsson, & Fjellström, 2004). Families are recognized as a unit for food choice and consumption. The influence of family members on food choices happens throughout family life and takes place in the private home or in the public sphere, mainly grocery stores. Picnic is an online...
master thesis 2020
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de Leeuw, Jean (author)
In this age of web APIs serving as the backbone of millions of services on the Internet, the developers aiming to make use of these existing services have to adapt to the developers providing these services. Whenever the services change, the users of the service have to change accordingly in order to keep using them. As the amount of third-party...
master thesis 2019
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