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SeaConAZ

The SeaConAZ project - Exploring the potential for making sea containers go all the way (A-Z) through the supply chain

This is a 4-year project finaced by The Research Council of Norway under the Transport 2025 programme. The project is led by Møreforsking Molde, with Molde University College, The Institute of Transport Economics (Oslo), Gothenburg University (Sweden), TNO (The Netherlands), Liverpool John Moores University (UK), Wuhan University of Technology (China), Edinburgh Napier University (UK) and University of Newcastle (UK) as project partners.

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A lot of the manufactures sold by European retailers have their origin in China, and are transported in containers to Europe. The typical way this is done is that each manufacturer in China sends full containers to the European distribution point, where cargo is crossdocked into trailers or units destined for the final retailing point in European countries. After cross-docking much of this cargo is lost for the maritime transport business. If we could combine cargo from several Chinese manufacturers at a cross-docking facility in China - to prepare full containerloads for each retailing point in Europe, then the likelihood of those shipments being made by ships also on the last leg will increase. This will in turn relieve congested European road networks and reduce emissions from freight transport.

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Publikasjoner

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  • Lin, Ning; Hjelle, Harald M. & Bergqvist, Rickard Y (2017). Cost Saving Potential of Upstream Buyer Consolidation and Downstream Intermodal Rail-based Solutions in the China-Europe Container Trades.
  • Lin, Ning & Hjelle, Harald M. (2017). CO2 EMISSIONS MITAGATION POTENTIAL OF BUYER CONSOLIDATION ACTIVITY AND RAIL-BASED INTERMODAL TRANSPORT IN THE CHINA-EUROPE CONTAINER SUPPLY CHAINS.
  • Hjelle, Harald M. (2016). Hvilken godstransportform er mest miljøvennlig?
  • Hjelle, Harald M. (2016). Dine skos miljøfotavtrykk kan bli mindre. Romsdals Budstikke.. ISSN 0806-5160. s. 38–39.
  • Vingen, Anita & Hjelle, Harald M. (2016). Skoas reise og klimaavtrykk. Høgskolen i Molde forskar på potensialet for meir klimagunstig sjøkontainarfrakt for langreiste varer. [Avis]. Romsdals Budstikke.
  • Lin, Ning; Hjelle, Harald M.; Cullinane, Kevin; Eidhammer, Olav; Bergqvist, Rickard Y & Wang, Yuhong [Vis alle 8 forfattere av denne artikkelen] (2016). Upstream Buyer Consolidation and Downstream Short Sea Shipping in the Asia-Europe Sea Container Supply Chain – An Exploratory Study.
  • Lin, Ning; Hjelle, Harald M.; Cullinane, Kevin; Bergqvist, Rickard Y; Eidhammer, Olav & Wang, Yuhong [Vis alle 8 forfattere av denne artikkelen] (2016). Potential Solutions to Upstream Buyer Consolidation in the China-Europe Container Trades.
  • Hjelle, Harald M.; Hoseth, Jan Arve & Langva, Nils Erik (2015). Varestrømmer fra Kina kan gi mer gods på kjøl. [Fagblad]. Logistikk & Ledelse.
  • Lin, Ning (2019). The performance of upstream buyer consolidation in China-Scandinavian containerized trades. Molde University College - Specialized University in Logistics. ISSN 978-82-7962-270-3.
  • Hjelle, Harald M.; Lin, Ning; Bergqvist, Rickard Y; Eidhammer, Olav; Mangan, John & Yang, Zaili [Vis alle 8 forfattere av denne artikkelen] (2019). Alternative supply chain designs for containerized cargo from China to peripheral regions in Europe : final report of the SeaConAZ project. Møreforsking Molde AS. ISSN 978-82-7830-317-7.

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Emneord: container transports, china, scandinavia, supply chains, environmental impact, cost efficiency
Publisert 24. aug. 2018 09:13 - Sist endret 13. nov. 2020 10:43