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Project titleKoopHubs - Analyse von Kooperationsmöglichkeiten für urbane Midi-Hubs
InstituteInstitute for Transport and Logistics Management
Research Institute for Supply Chain Management
Description The aim of the project is the development of a city-wide, two-stage logistics concept with micro-hubs, "Grätzl"-hubs and City Distribution Centers for the distribution of urban small consignments through cross-industry business co-operations. Sustainable urban development can hereby be improved by enriching the micro-hubs with additional social functions, thereby counteracting problems in urban land use and exploitation. In the inner-city area, the dynamic use of cargo bikes for the last mile should be carried out, with a sensible complement of low-emission trucks. In addition, optimized cooperation and operator models for the hubs will be determined, as well as a functional verification with real data using the example of the City of Vienna.
Duration08/2018 - 01/2021
Funding AgencyFFG
External Partners AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH Austrian Post gredata IT-Solutions e.U. Austrian Mobility Research, FGM-AMOR TPA European & Technology Consultants GmbH Goodville Mobility OG
ContactAlexandra Anderluh alexandra.anderluh@wu.ac.at
Tina Wakolbinger tina.wakolbinger@wu.ac.at
Sebastian Kummer sebastian.kummer@wu.ac.at
David Martin Herold david.martin.herold@wu.ac.at
Project titleStadtlogistik 2030+
InstituteResearch Institute for Supply Chain Management
Description The aim of the project is to create an origin-destination-model of freight traffic flows of selected sectors in the City of Vienna. Based on this model certain measures can be evaluated for their suitability with regard to emission reduction, quality of supply/disposal and economic efficiency. Specifically, the shift to low emission / non-emission vehicles, multimodal transport incorporating, for example subways, trams or the Danube canal, as well as the use of consolidation centers is taken into account.
Duration08/2018 - 07/2019
Funding AgencyWirtschaftskammer Wien
ContactAlexandra Anderluh alexandra.anderluh@wu.ac.at
Tina Wakolbinger tina.wakolbinger@wu.ac.at
Project titleMikrodepots in Wien
InstituteResearch Institute for Supply Chain Management
Description The aim of the project is to assess and evaluate potential locations for micro-depots as warehousing and reloading points in the City of Vienna in order to support and accelerate the use of cargo bikes as emission-free delivery vehicles in inner-city freight delivery.
Duration 12/2017 – 07/2018
Funding Agency Jubiläumsfonds der Stadt Wien für die Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
ContactAlexandra Anderluh alexandra.anderluh@wu.ac.at
Vera Hemmelmayr vera.hemmelmayr@wu.ac.at
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Project titleMiHu - Analyse von Kooperationsmöglichkeiten für urbane Midi-Hubs
InstituteResearch Institute for Supply Chain Management
Description The project is dedicated to the selection of locations as well as the analysis of operations and cooperation opportunities within a cooperative midi-hub. Based on a generic AHP model, an assessment framework for potentially suitable locations for a midi-hub within a city is worked out and tested for Vienna. Area management, layout planning, multi-use options within the midi-hub, and changes in traffic through the midi-hub are explored in a cross-stakeholder approach through the integration of an agent-based simulation and optimization model. Recommendations for cooperative midi-hub are given.
Duration09/2018 - 08/2020
Funding AgencyFFG
External Partners Boku Wien – Institute of Production and Logistics Austrian Mobility Research, FGM-AMOR MA18 der Stadt Wien LogisticNetwork Consultants GmbH
ContactAlexandra Anderluh alexandra.anderluh@wu.ac.at
Vera Hemmelmayr vera.hemmelmayr@wu.ac.at
Projekt titleVirtual Logistics Service Provider
InstituteResearch Institute for Supply Chain Management
Durationuntil 07/2017
Funding AgencyFFG
External PartnersHutchison Drei Austria GmbH
ContactTina Wakolbinger tina.wakolbinger@wu.ac.at
Alfred Taudes alfred.taudes@wu.ac.at
Project title Outsourcing Humanitarian Logistics Activities to Commercial Logistics Providers: Optimal Pricing Policies and Contracts Design
Institute Research Institute for Supply Chain Management
Descritpion The objective of this research project is to determine which logistics activities of humanitarian disaster relief organizations could be outsourced to commercial logistics providers and which contract designs and pricing policies can make sure that these outsourcing activities are beneficial for humanitarian aid agencies as well as commercial ligistics Providers.
Duration Summer 2014 - Winter 2018
Funding Agency FWF Austrian Science Fund
Contact Tina Wakolbinger tina.wakolbinger@wu.ac.at
Ioanna Falagara Sigala ioanna.falagara.sigala@wu.ac.at
Timo Goßler timo.gossler@wu.ac.at
Project title COONCOORD
Consolidation and Coordination in Urban Areas
Institute Research Institute for Supply Chain Management
Description The project focuses on the important area of city logistics. It investigates an integrated urban freight simulation environment, a unique measurement framework for the environmental footprint of transport and logistics, and the performance measurement of new innovative urban transport and logistics concepts. The fundamental idea is to stop considering each shipment, actor and vehicle in isolation, but as components of an integrated logistics system to be optimized. The keywords are CONsolidation and COORDination (CONCOORD) of the urban distribution flows that are currently fragmented.
Duration 05/2013 - 12/2016
External partner Eindhoven University of Technology, University of Twente, Technical University Denmark, Middle East Technical University, Proctor and Gamble, DINALOG, Binnenstadtservice
Funding Agency FFG, Joint Programming Initiative Urban Europe
Contact Vera Hemmelmayr vera.hemmelmayr@wu.ac.at
Alexandra Anderluh alexandra.anderluh@wu.ac.at
Project title Analyse der Machbarkeit und wirtschaftliche Beurteilung von güterspezifischen verkehrspolitischen Maßnahmen zur Verlagerung von der Straße auf die Schiene auf der Brennerachse
Institute Research Institute for Supply Chain Management
Description Die Umweltproblematik des Straßengütervekehrs wird an den Alpenübergängen deutlich sichtbar. Das im Rahmen des Alpenraumprgramms der EU gefördert Projekt "TRANSITECTS 3" beschäftigt sich mit dieser Thematik und forscht nach Lösungen für eine nachhaltigere Gestaltung der Verkehre in den sensiblen alpinen Regionen.
Duration 04/2010 - 11/2011
External partner Österreichisches Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie, Abteilung Kombinierter Verkehr 1/K4, Amt der Tiroler Landesregierung, Abteilung Verkehrsplanung
Contact Sebastian Kummer sebastian.kummer@wu.ac.at
Sandra Eitler
Richard Kerschner
Andrea Wittmann
Project title Research Project: The Future of Procurement: Acquisition Trends
Institute Research Institute for Supply Chain Management
Despcription Procurement, or the purchasing of goods and services, is a challenging and complex field: Not only should the appropriate goods and services be procured at the best possible cost, they must also meet the needs of the purchaser in terms of quality, quantity,, timing, and location. an empirical sutdy conducted at WU´s Research Institute for Supply Chain Management investigated the most important purchasing trends up to the year 2020.
Duration 03/2010-06/2010
External partner Spring Procurement
Contact Sebastian Kummer sebastian.kummer@wu.ac.at
Sandra Eitler
Project title
MIT Forums Supply Chain Management Innovation
Function Function im wissenschaftlichen Gremium, Director der Europäischen Sektion Supply Chain Innovation
Duration 2006-2011
External partner Jammernegg, Taudes, Fischer, Institut für Transportwirtschaft und Logistik, (Kooperationsinstitut)
Contact Sebastian Kummer sebastian.kummer@wu.ac.at
Project titleEinsatz von Lastenfahrrädern zu innerstädtischen Güterlieferung – ein Städtevergleich und Best Practice Empfehlungen für die Stadt Wien
Institute Research Institute for Supply Chain Management
Description A main goal of the smart city strategy of the City of Vienna is to decrease the number of fossil-fueled vehicles within the city. This can be reached by using cargo bikes for freight transport in urban areas. Although cycling per se enjoys increasing popularity in Vienna, the number of cargo bikes used for commercial transport is still low. This project compares the situation for the commercial use of cargo bikes in Vienna with the respective situation in Budapest, Munich and Copenhagen based on a literature review as well as on expert interviews. Subsequently, the results are transformed into recommendations for measures appropriate to increase the number of commercially used cargo bikes in the City of Vienna.
Duration05/2016-10/2016
Funding Agency Jubiläumsfond der Stadt Wien für die Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
ContactAlexandra Anderluh alexandra.anderluh@wu.ac.at
Vera Hemmelmayr vera.hemmelmayr@wu.ac.at
Tina Wakolbinger tina.wakolbinger@wu.ac.at
DownloadFinal Report