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de Iongh, Zilver (author)
Climate change &amp; sea-level rise<br/>It is well-known that the Netherlands is susceptible for sea-level rise. Half of the country is situated below sea level and in an estuary. Previous measures of the Dutch against the threat of inundation have resulted in the closure of estuary branches, decrease in the length of primal flood defences and...
master thesis 2020
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Laas, B.T. (author)
Sea ports are undergoing a digital transformation, which can offer benefits for many involved stakeholders in the logistic chain. In order to stay relevant, Port of Rotterdam (PoR) should invest in developing new port infrastructure; digital connections that facilitate data exchange between logistic chain stakeholders. A strategic digital...
master thesis 2020
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Lute, Kevin (author)
This study was conducted to address the lack of insight port authorities have in port competitiveness. Within this thesis a data-driven model is presented that allows to assess port competition within a bounded scope. This model is developed from the ground up and programmed in the Python programming language as a stand-alone solution. The model...
master thesis 2019
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Van Wulfften Palthe, L. (author)
A port is selected by its port users based on their knowledge of the competition between the ports and most of all the attractive force between the port user and the ports. Addressing this port attraction is of crucial importance when wanting to influence the port selection process of the port user. This thesis aims to build a model that...
master thesis 2016
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