Transport Analysis and Prognosis

Efficiency with Simulation -  Mapping, Designing and Optimizing Processes in Ports, Terminals and in Transport

With simulation and optimisation, you can secure your investment decisions, find optimisation potential in existing systems or coordinate the commissioning of new facilities with your overall system. We carry out optimisation projects for you on the basis of simulations on various issues inthe port sector, such as:

• Logistics Processes in Terminals

• Traffic Flows in Ports

and on factory premises (Road, Water, Rail) Our simulation studies are characterised by their high quality, which we achieve by bringing in our many years of expertise from working with port infrastructure companies and terminal operators.

Logistics - a Growth Sector: Exploit Regional Potential

By analyzing the development of transport demand and transport supply, it is possible to assess the profitability of an investment. The structured preparation of a transport market analysis provides a well-founded assessment of your situation and the impact of your decisions on a planned investment.

Transport Markets: Analyzes and Forecasts

The changing logistics requirements of Germany require the planning of transport networks in order to increase the added value of a region. The future demand for transport needs to be assessed, the budget needs to bring maximum benefit and at the same time, topics such as sustainability and safety are in the foreground. This is to be worked out in a target-oriented regional development concept.

Efficient Logistics Systems Planning with Visualization and Optimization

Several planning alternatives can be generated from a variety of terminal layouts, expansion options and capacity forecasts. In spite of this complexity, logistics system planning has to generate economical, sustainable and flexible solutions. This flyer explains a complete planning process, from the definition of customer requirements to the final system decision.

Decision Support for Selecting Terminal Operating Systems

The TOS is responsible for the management, planning and control of goods flows and warehousing and links them with the optimal use of equipment and personnel. A digital representation of the real processes simplifies management and control, so that the processes are best adapted to the needs of the terminal.