08 November 2008

[RS/yim1845] Container Terminals and Cargo Systems

Since their introduction in the 1960s containers represent the standard unit-load concept for international freight. Container terminals primarily serve as an interface between different modes of transportation, e.g. domestic rail or truck transportation and deep sea maritime transport. Significant gains in productivity can be achieved through advanced terminal layouts, more efficient IT-support and improved logistics control software systems, as well as automated transportation and handling equipment.
The primary objective of this book is to reflect these challenges
and to present new insights and successful solutions to operational problems of automated container terminals and cargo systems. It comprises reports on the state of the art, applications of quantitative methods, as well as case studies and simulation results. Its contributions are written by leading experts from academia and business and address practitioners and researchers in logistics, transportation, and management.

Part 1: Introduction
- Container terminals and terminal operations
Kim, K. H., G¨ unther H.-O.

Part 2: Container terminals

- Simulation of a multiterminal system for container handling

Ottjes, J. A., Veeke, H. P. M., Duinkerken, M. B., Rijsenbrij, J. C.,Lodewijks, G.
- Comparing transportation systems for inter-terminal transport at the Maasvlakte container terminals

Duinkerken, M. B., Dekker, R., Kurstjens, S. T. G. L., Ottjes, J. A., Dellaert, N. P.
- Berth management in container terminal: The template design problem

Moorthy, R., Teo, C.-P.
- Mathematical modelling of container transfers and storage locations at seaport terminals

Kozan, E., Preston, P.
- An optimization model for storage yard management in transshipment hubs

Lee, L. H., Chew, E. P., Tan, K. C., Han, Y.
- Advanced methods for container stacking

Dekker, R., Voogd, P., van Asperen, E.
- Strategies for dispatching AGV's at automated seaport container terminals

Grunow, M., G¨ unther, H.-O., Lehmann, M.
- Dispatching vehicles in a mega container terminal

Bish, E. K., Chen, F. Y., Leong, Y. T., Nelson, B. L., Ng, J. W. C., Simchi-Levi, D. .
- Inventory-based dispatching of automated guided vehicles on container terminals

Briskorn, D., Drexl, A., Hartmann, S.
- Deadlock handling for real-time control of AGV's at automated container terminals

Lehmann, M., Grunow, M., G¨ unther, H.-0.
- Deadlock prevention for automated guided vehicles in automated container terminals

Kim, K. H., Jeon, S. M., Ryu, K. R. .

Part 3: Cargo systems
- The allocation of storage space for transshipment in vehicle distribution

Mattfeld, D. C., Orth, H.
- The workload balancing problem at air cargo terminals

Huang, H. C., Lee, C., Xu, Z.
- Simultaneous fleet assignment and cargo routing using benders decomposition

Li, D., Huang, H.-C., Morton, A. D., Chew, E.-P.
- O&D revenue management in cargo airlines—a mathematical programming approach

Bartodziej, P., Derigs, U., Zils, M.
- A heuristic to solve a sea cargo revenue management problem

Lee, L. H., Chew. E. P., Sim, M. S. .
- Collaborating freight forwarding enterprises: Request allocation and profit sharing

Krajewska, M. A., Kopfer, H. .

* Container Terminals and Cargo Systems: Design, Operations Management, and Logistics Control Issues
* By Kap Hwan Kim, Hans-Otto Günther
* Publisher: Springer
* Number Of Pages: 381
* Publication Date: 2007-03-05
* ISBN-10 / ASIN: 3540495495
* ISBN-13 / EAN: 9783540495499

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