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WINGS International University
Port Management and Maritime Logistics

Port planning

Contents

  • Port zoning
  • Port master planning – based on the process analysis the different levels / design phases of the port planning will be described
  • Port – Hinterland (town) interfaces  - demonstrate modern solutions for the rail / road / inland waterway interfaces for different types of port technologies 

Learning outcomes

After having completed the module, students are able to:

  • understand the contradictions and optimisation approach for the port planning process
  • recognise the need of detailed analyses of the portside processes of the flow of goods and materials as well as information as basis for a successful port design
  • characterise the different solutions for port interfaces

Credit points

6 ECTS

Responsible expert

Frank Borrmann / Graduate engineer (Dipl.-Ing.)

borrmann@nullbmc-info.de

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