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Data Science in Maritime and City Logistics: Data-driven Solutions for Logistics and Sustainability, vol 30

Edited by Carlos Jahn, Wolfgang Kersten and Christian M. Ringle

in Proceedings of the Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL) from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, currently edited by Wolfgang Kersten; Thorsten Blecker

Abstract: This volume contains research contributions by an international group of authors addressing innovative and technology-based approaches for logistics and sustainability. They present simulation studies, systems and models for optimizations and digitalized solutions with a focus on maritime as well port and city logistics. This volume, edited by Carlos Jahn, Wolfgang Kersten, and Christian Ringle, provides valuable insights into digital transformation in logistics with regard to: - Maritime Logistics - Port Logistics - City Logistics - Sustainability - Business Analytics

Keywords: Logistics; Industry 4.0; Supply Chain Management; Sustainability; City Logistics; Maritime Logistics; Data Science (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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Development of sustainability performance measurement framework for measuring complex sustainability impacts in the manufacturing industry , pp 3-31 Downloads
Jettarat Janmontree and Hartmut Zadek
Commercial electric vehicle routing in urban logistics: A systematic literature review , pp 33-69 Downloads
Sebastian Frederhausen and Matthias Klumpp
Environmental sustainability in B2C e-commerce: The impact of multiitem shopping , pp 71-95 Downloads
Chiara Siragusa, Riccardo Mangiaracina and Angela Tumino
Public sustainable transportation planning with service level efficiency: Hamburg case study , pp 97-127 Downloads
Majid Sodachi, Pardis Sahraei and Omid Fatahi Valilai
Energy-efficient supply chain design: Data aggregation and processing , pp 129-155 Downloads
Lucas Schreiber, Jan-Philipp Jarmer and Josef Kamphues
Modelling the IT and business process landscapes at inland intermodal terminals , pp 159-179 Downloads
Michaela Grafelmann, Constatin Zlotos, Ann-Kathrin Lange and Carlos Jahn
Impact of port layouts on inter-terminal-transportation networks , pp 181-209 Downloads
Nicole Nellen, Moritz Poeting, Kristina Bschorer, Carlos Jahn and Uwe Clausen
Defining the quota of truck appointment systems , pp 211-246 Downloads
Ann-Kathrin Lange, Felix Kreuz, Sven Langkau, Carlos Jahn and Uwe Clausen
Stowage planning for inland container vessels: A literature review , pp 247-280 Downloads
Janna Franzkeit, Anne Kathrina Schwientek and Carlos Jahn
Tactical planning in tramp shipping - A literature review , pp 281-308 Downloads
Hannah Pache, Michaela Grafelmann, Anne Kathrina Schwientek and Carlos Jahn
Sustainability in arctic maritime supply chains , pp 309-336 Downloads
Jürgen Weigell, Igor Ilin, Svetlana Maydanova, Alissa Dubgorn, Carlos Jahn and Wolfgang Kersten
Artificial intelligence and operations research in maritime logistics , pp 337-381 Downloads
Jorin Dornemann, Nicolas Rückert, Kathrin Fischer and Anusch Taraz
State of research in arctic maritime logistics , pp 383-407 Downloads
Igior Ilin, Wolfgang Kersten, Carlos Jahn, Jürgen Weigell, Anastasia Levina and Sofia Kalyazina
Financing investments in a landlord port , pp 409-440 Downloads
Carolyn Somorowsky and Hans-Dietrich Haasis
Northern Sea Route e-platforms: Tools for competitive development , pp 441-455 Downloads
IIgor Ilin, Svetlana Maydanova, Anastasia Levina and Aleksandr A. Lepekhin
The impact of an asymmetric allocation of power on the digitalization strategy of port logistics , pp 457-484 Downloads
Janosch Brinker and Hans-Dietrich Haasis
Equipment selection and layout planning - Literature overview and research directions , pp 485-519 Downloads
Marvin Kastner, Nicolas Kämmerling, Carlos Jahn and Uwe Clausen
Model transformation framework for scheduling offshore logistics , pp 521-552 Downloads
Daniel Rippel, Shengrui Peng, Michael Lütjen, Helena Sczcerbicka and Michael Freitag

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