Ports and Container Terminals
Simulating Port Berth Capacity with AnyLogicEvans & Peck used AnyLogic software to simulate port berth capacity. The goal was to find out how much additional product could pass through the port without upgrading it.
Container Terminal Throughput Evaluation with AnyLogicEvans & Peck utilised a discrete event simulation modelling approach to maximise container throughput in port terminal whilst minimising facility rehandling.
Internal Rail Logistics Simulation for the Port of Le HavreThe port of Le Havre, France, needed support for construction of new multimodal terminal. The issue that required simulation was supporting containers transfer between rail trains/river barges and other existing terminals, which transferred these containers to and from sea transport.
Evaluating Container ETA Data Flow Introduction in the Port of HamburgResearchers from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, worked to identify whether the introduction of each container’s ETA would improve the situation with capacity utilization among the supply chain actors in the port of Hamburg, one of world’s top 20 ports in terms of container traffic.