Arrival processes in port modeling: insights from a case study
This paper investigates the impact of arrival processes on the ship handling process. Two types of arrival processes are considered: controlled and uncontrolled. Simulation results show that uncontrolled arrivals of ships perform worst in terms of both ship delays and required storage capacity. Stock-controlled arrivals perform best with regard to large vessel delays and storage capacity. The combination of stock-controlled arrivals for large vessels and equidistant arrivals for barges also performs better than the uncontrolled process. Careful allocation of ships to the mooring points of a jetty further improves the efficiency.
|case study, logistics, simulation, supply chain management, transportation|
|Econometric Institute Research Papers|
|Organisation||Erasmus School of Economics|
van Asperen, E, Dekker, R, Polman, M, & de Swaan Arons, H. (2004). Arrival processes in port modeling: insights from a case study (No. EI 2004-16). Econometric Institute Research Papers. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/1275