Ann-Kathrin Lange, M.Sc.

Adresse

Technische Universität Hamburg
Institut für Maritime Logistik
Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 4 (D)
21073 Hamburg

 

Kontaktdaten

Büro: Gebäude D Raum 5.007
Tel.: +49 40 42878 4694
E-Mail: ann-kathrin.lange(at)tuhh.de
ORCiD: 0000-0002-1503-1729



Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Hafeninterne Containertransporte und Hinterlandtransporte
  • Binnen- und Seehafen-Containerterminals
  • Truck Appointment Systeme
  • Ereignisorientierte Simulation
  • Geschäftsprozessmodellierung und -optimierung


Veröffentlichungen (Auszug)

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Title: Literature Classification on Container Transport Systems for Inter-terminal Transportation DYNAMICS IN LOGISTICS
Written by: Nellen, Nicole and Grafelmann, Michaela and Ziegenbein, Justin and Lange, Ann-Kathrin and Kreutzfeldt, Jochen and Jahn, Carlos
in: LDIC 2020 2020
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on pages: 52-61
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Editor: Freitag, Michael and Haasis, Hans-Dietrich and Kotzab, Herbert and Pannek, Jürgen
Publisher: Springer
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Address: [S.l.]
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ISBN: 978-3-030-44783-0
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Abstract: The upward trend in global containerized trade is predicted to continue. In addition, increasing ship sizes, growing demand for port-centered value added services and environmental considerations are creating challenges for handling port internal traffic, also referred to as inter-terminal transportation (ITT). Container transports are often carried out by truck, which may lead to congestion in the port area. Due to increasing demand for greater efficiency and for more sustainable and environmentally friendly approaches, new transport solutions receive more attention. In order to strengthen their competitiveness, seaports consider digitalization-driven innovations and technologies and intelligent new concepts to improve the quality and efficiency of port activities, including ITT. The main purpose of the paper is to highlight different approaches to conventional means of land-based transport and future trends.