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Tang, Justine (author)
The present study was designed to gain a deeper understanding of RTI control and Supply Chain Coordination, with a specific focus on the practical challenges experienced in the reverse logistics by asset-owner and asset-users. A case study at EPS - an RTI owner - is performed and a practical problem has been addressed with a design science and...
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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Welsch, Margo (author)
This thesis explores user motivation and barriers in returning Bosch drills from the DIY Tools range, with the goal of proposing an effective return service. Stakeholder analysis, literature review, and customer research were conducted to inform the design process. The objective of this research was to identify key factors influencing the...
master thesis 2023
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Beekman, Elwin (author)
Background: With around 70 supermarkets, Hoogvliet is one of the smaller supermarkets in the Netherlands. During the past years, more companies have become aware of the importance of efficient reversed logistics (Senthil et al., 2018). By optimizing this return flow, the return hall of supermarkets plays an important role. With the expected...
master thesis 2022
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Andrian Wicaksono Supriyanto, Andrian (author)
Prysmian Netherlands as a cable producer uses a cable drum to deliver products to their customers. However, these customers do not always participate in returning this returnable packaging material (RPM). Customer willingness and reverse supply chain (RSC) visibility are mentioned as the main contributors. The study aims to develop improvement...
master thesis 2021
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Hurtado Alvarez, Lorena (author)
The explosion in e-commerce has been undeniable. Our current global situation has urged the different industries to adapt the way they provide their services & products, creating a higher demand for home delivery. With 66% of Europeans claiming to have shopped online more since the initial lockdown in March 2020 and 82% planning to shop...
master thesis 2021
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Kleinendorst, Jay Jay (author)
The Dutch carpet tile industry is one of the most polluting and unsustainable industries worldwide, with a waste product that is only fit for landfilling. This thesis set out to model the industry and conclude on effective sustainability increasing measures. It was identified that the creation of one carpet tile (0.25 square meters) causes a...
master thesis 2020
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Montemayor Leos, Javier (author)
If the Netherlands wants to achieve its goal of being completely circular by 2050 (Berkel, Delahaye, & Faasdreef, 2019), radical solutions must take place. Implementing a circular economy is a challenge, but it proves to be significant given the rate at which resources are being consumed. Designing is one of the most important tasks to...
master thesis 2020
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van Dam, S.S. (author), Bakker, C.A. (author), Hoogeveen, L.A.J. (author)
This paper presents the results of two co-creation sessions with stakeholders in the automotive aftermarket. The sessions were instigated as part of the EU project ReCiPSS to develop a new service to simplify the reverse logistics of automotive cores purposed for remanufacturing. Remanufacturing car parts is a longstanding practice within the...
conference paper 2020
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Karamanou, Maria (author)
Dutch municipalities face the waste management problem of assets which are reaching their end of life cycle. This is why, they investigate ways to effectively tackle this issue, by simultaneously complying with the goal imposed by the Dutch government about 100% circular construction sector by 2050. As a preparatory step in the transition...
master thesis 2019
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Cornelisse, Erik (author)
Within aircraft component MRO industry, companies providing availability contracts are challenged by inherently unpredictable demand patterns and complex time crucial operations. Most prevailing academic literature within the MRO industry has focused on availability models or operations management in repair shops in the past. This study focuses...
master thesis 2019
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Giannoulakis, Evangelos (author)
Background: The domain of Reverse Logistics, which is lately coming more in the forefront, will serve as the focal point of this project. In the electronics industry, the importance of facilitating safe movements is constantly increasing. In order to prevent escalating the chances of damage, products have to be transported with adequate...
master thesis 2018
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Hooft, Maurits (author)
Currently the performance of a traditional forward supply chain is broadly studied in literature. The less known reverse supply chain is an upcoming research theme, with more companies adapting this concept. In the beverages industry this reverse logistics are common and based on returnable packaging, so called empties. Beer brewers are under a...
master thesis 2017
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Moonen, Hanna (author)
The construction industry is a large generator of waste. The interest in improving the resource efficiency is growing. A move towards a Circular Economy (CE) has been assigned as the solution for a more efficient use of resources in the construction industry. The aim of a circular economy is to create a system in which waste and energy leakage...
master thesis 2017
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Ranta, Kristiina (author)
The fruit juice which is sold in our supermarkets, here in the Netherlands, originates from all over the world. The vast majority of juices are imported from abroad. Apple juice from China, orange juice from Brazil, pineapple juice from Ghana; juices travel a long way before we consume them. <br/><br/>The transport of juices, by sea, road and...
master thesis 2017
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Swemmer, D. (author)
BAM Wegen, a contractor specialized in road construction and maintenance and (partial) owner of eight asphalt factories in the Netherlands, indicated to have efficiency problems with their reverse logistics activities; all activities needed to reclaim used asphalt. This research therefore aimed at finding a method to better control the supply...
master thesis 2011
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De Brito, M.P. (author), Laan, E.A. (author)
Product returns are characterized by considerable uncertainty on time and quantity. In the literature on inventory management for product return environments best forecasts of future returns are associated with methods that use the most information regarding product return history. In practice, however, data is often scarce and unreliable, while...
journal article 2009
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