Towards Innovative Freight and Logistics
Research for Innovative Transports Set - Volume 2
Publication Date: May 2016 Hardback 438 pp.
Freight transport faces a dual challenge: it must satisfy the demands of globalized trade and meet environmental requirements. In this context, innovation is a crucial topic to enable the transition from the current transportation and logistics system to a sustainable system.
This book provides an overview of the latest technological innovations in Europe and worldwide, based on ICT and new vehicle concepts, for all modes and all scales (urban, regional, national or international).
The authors consider innovation supply, the process of innovation and innovative business models. Some perspectives and solutions are proposed on the deployment of innovation, specifically concerning the transformation of the organization of the system and the relationships between industry, governmental players, operators and users.
1. Smart Logistics Corridors and the Benefits of Intelligent Transport Systems, Maarten Oonk.
2. Evaluation of the Road Transport Management System: A Self-Regulation Initiative in Heavy Vehicle Transport in South Africa, Paul Nordengen and Oliver Naidoo.
3. Process for a Mixed-Use Rail Network Some Considerations Based on French Experience, Camille Morvant.
4. The Routing Problem of an Innovative Urban Freight Distribution Scheme, Elvezia Maria Cepolina and Alessandro Farina.
5. Information Sharing in Last Mile Distribution: Lessons Learned from a Pilot in Osloo, Olav Eidhammer and Jardar Andersen.
6. Freight Distribution Based on Delivery Area Booking, Bertrand David, Salima Hassas, Véronique Deslandres, René Chalon, Danièle Patier, Jean-Baptiste Thébaud and Pierre Descombes.
7. Swedish Roadmap for High Capacity Transport (HCT), Jerker Sjögren and Helena Kyster-Hansen.
8. Targeted Selection of Overweight Vehicles in Norway, Erlend Aakre, Thomas Engen and Isabelle Roche Cerasi.
9. Possible Impacts of Increasing Maximum Truck Weight: Finland Case Study, Lasse Nykänen and Heikki Liimatainen.
10. SARTRE Automated Platooning Vehicles, Eric Chan.
11. Maintenance-on-Demand Concepts for Commercial Vehicles: The MoDe Project, Thilo Bein, Matthias Rauschenbach, Dominik Elberskirch, Thomas Bonnot, François Philipp, Pascal Kemps, Bart Peeters, Henrik Huovila, Peitsa Turvanen, Elias Khoury, Bob Thomas and Andreas Schirling.
12. Facilitating Modal Shift by an Innovative Inland Vessel and Logistics System, Sandra Stein, Jan Kaffka, Daniel Diekmann, Uwe Clausen, Nenad Zrnic and Wilfried Sihn.
13. Navigator 2020 – Innovation in Inland Waterway Transport, Michael Fastenbauer, Andreas Bäck and Gudrun Maierbrugger.
14. Development of a Holistic Approach Fostering Innovation Uptake in the Logistics Area, Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge, Kostas Kalaboukas, Kahina Hamadache, Paola Lupieri, Margherita Forcolin, Hans Westerheim, Nils Meyer-Larsen, Alberto Capella, Gunnar Stefansson and Violeta Roso.
15. Transformation of the Danube Ports into Logistics Centers and Their Integration in the EU Logistics Network, Sanja Bojic, Milosav Georgijevic and Dejan Brcanov.
16. How to Create a Management Structure for Transport Corridors, Maria Öberg, Kristina Nilsson and Charlotta Johansson.
17. The Role of Human Factors in Rail Freight Innovation, Carlo Vaghi, Phillip Wheat, Ines Österle, Alberto Milottia and John Nellthorp.
18. Enhancing the Ramp-Up of a New Contract Logistics Business by Developing a Workers’ Requirements Matrix, Katharina Winter, Christiane Geiger and Uwe Clausen.
19. Engaging City Stakeholders to Achieve Efficient and Environmentally Friendly Urban Freight Movements, Thomas Zunder, Paulus Aditjandra, Jarl Schoemaker, Konstantina Laparidou, Carlo Vaghi and Ines Österle.
20. Energy-Efficient Urban Freight Logistics: the Set-up and Operation of Freight Quality Partnerships in European Cities, Dimitrios Tsamboulas and Panayota Moraiti.
21. How Green are the TEN-T Core Network Corridors? George Panagakos and Harilaos Psaraftis.
22. The Role of Corridor Development in Boosting the European Industrial Future Based on Northern Scandinavian Mines, Jenni Eckhardt and Jarkko Rantala.
23. Effect of a Full Internalization of External Costs of Global Supply Chains on Production, Trade and Transport, Lóránt Tavasszy, Jorrit Harmsen, Olga Ivanova and Tatyana Bulavskaya.
24. A City Distribution Impact Assessment Framework, Susanne Balm, Cathy Macharis, Lauriane Milan and Hans Quak.
25. Evaluation of the Urban Freight Transportation (UFT) Projects, Tatiana Graindorge and Dominique Breuil.
26. The Unknown Part of the Transport System: the Light Duty Vehicle, Michel Savy and Sabrina Tenfiche.
About the Authors
Corinne Blanquart is a senior researcher at IFSTTAR in France. She heads the SPLOTT laboratory and conducts research on freight transport and logistics. More specifically, her areas of research are freight demand analysis and retailers’ logistics in France and Germany.
Uwe Clausen is managing director of the Institute of Transport Logistics at TU Dortmund University, Germany and director of the Fraunhofer-Institute for material flow and logistics in Dortmund. His research areas include green logistics, commercial traffic modeling, intermodal transportation, mathematical optimization, network optimization and distribution systems.
Bernard Jacob, chair of the Programme Committee of TRA2014, is deputy scientific director for transport, infrastructures and safety with IFSTTAR. His research works are in bridge and road safety, traffic loads on bridges, heavy vehicles and weigh-in-motion. He is Professor at Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics de l’Etat in France, and President of the International Society for WIM (ISWIM).
Set Coordinator: Bernard Jacob, chair of the Programme Committee of TRA2014, is deputy scientific director for transport, infrastructures and safety with IFSTTAR. His research works are in bridge and road safety, traffic loads on bridges, heavy vehicles and weigh-in-motion. He is Professor at Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics de l’Etat in France, and President of the International Society for WIM (ISWIM).