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Learn more about the sessions and topics Nils KemmeJennifer SommerStefan Wiech and Alexis Pangalos will moderate and present.

Assessment of economic benefits of Paderborn/Lippstadt Airport

Paderborn/Lippstadt Airport is located in the state of Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. It serves the air transport demand of several surrounding cities (e.g. Bielefeld, Gütersloh, Paderborn and Soest) and counts 700,000 passengers as well as 42,000 aircraft movements per year. The airport is also home base of important aviation industry companies and suppliers, including aircraft maintenance companies, business aviation operators, and flying schools for commercial pilots. The airport is owned by public shareholders who assure its financing.

HPC supports the successful use of funding programmes

There are numerous national and international funding programs in the field of logistics that support the development of IT innovations, environmentally friendly transport solutions or even new energy management systems.

For many logistics companies and transport infrastructure operators, access to the various funding programs is very time-consuming when they deal with them for the first time. The application procedure itself, but also subsequent project administration will be a challenging task for any potential applicant so that some good project idea may not be realized in the end.

What Constrains Southern African Countries from Further Improving their Supply Chain Performance?

Our colleague, Dr Stephan Hofmann addresses this question in Issue 1 (2019) of the Journal for Mobility and Transport of DVWG - German Transport Science Society (see page 29, available in German only). You may also have a look into his complete thesis (in English) dealing with the same topic in more detail.

The majority of southern African countries are well below their supply chain potential. At the same time, the general population's economic development is low in many countries.

HPC successfully completed yard optimisation and simulation study for Chilean Puerto Central

With the presentation of the most promising simulation results to PCE by HPC's Head of Simulation, Dr. Nils Kemme and Terminal Optimisation Specialist, Pascal Brockmann, we completed our yard optimization and simulation study to the full satisfaction of Puerto Central.

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