Green Maritime Logistics

  • DTU, Dept. of Transport, 101, room S9 1 Anker Engelunds Vej Kongens Lyngby, 2800 Denmark

Green Maritime Logistics

Part of Danish Maritime Days

Don't miss the chance of being a part of this event held by DTU, Dept. of Transport, during the Danish Maritime Days.

Typical problems in maritime logistics include optimal ship speed, routing and scheduling, fleet deployment, network design, modal split, transshipment, queuing at ports, and terminal management. The traditional analysis of these problems has been in terms of cost- benefit and other optimization criteria. Green maritime logistics brings the environmental dimension into the problem by analyzing various trade-offs and exploring ‘win-win’ solutions. This workshop will present talks by a mix of academic and industry speakers on the issues that are at stake in green maritime logistics and on how one can balance the economic and environmental performance of maritime supply chain.



Program
09.30 Registration-coffee
10.00 Opening statements
10.15 Session A: chair Harilaos N. Psaraftis, DTU
10.15 David Pisinger, DTU
How to design a green liner shipping network
10.45 Henrik Andersson, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
A matheuristic for a multi-product inventory routing problem
11.15 Martin Bo Thomsen, TRANS-IT A/S
Consolidated cargo is the key for the environment!
11.45 Lunch
12.30 Session B: chair David Pisinger, DTU
12.30 Dario Pacino, DTU
Reducing time at port with stowage planning and collaborative models
13.00 Mai Ajspur, IT-University of Copenhagen
Using Stowage Optimization Models for Capacity Management in Liner Shipping
13.30 Line Blander Reinhardt, DTU
A comparison of company cost and emissions cost in vessel routing and speed optimization
14.00 Coffee break
14.30 Session C: chair Dario Pacino, DTU
14.30 Thalis Zis and Harilaos N. Psaraftis, DTU
Impact of sulphur regulations on RoRo shipping in Northern Europe
15.00 Christian Finnsgård and Martin Svanberg, SSPA Sweden A/B
Demonstrating innovative green waterway transport solutions in urban and short-sea shipping contexts
15.30 George Panagakos, DTU
A taxonomy of CO2 reduction measures
16.00 Workshop closure