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    D3.4 + D3.6: Annex 2 Results logistical case studies Aragon
    Garcia Galindo, D. ; Espatolero, S. ; Izquierdo, M. ; Staritsky, I.G. ; Vanmeulebrouk, B. ; Annevelink, E. - \ 2016
    S2Biom - 77 p.
    biobased economy - biomass - sustainability - resource utilization - europe - databases - models - logistics - biobased economy - biomassa - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - hulpbronnengebruik - europa - databanken - modellen - logistiek
    In the S2Biom project the logistical case study in Burgundy was the first that was
    performed. The data were based on the results of the LogistEC project, which had already performed a thorough assessment of the case. Therefore, the S2Biom case study was especially used to develop the new tool LocaGIStics, and to illustrate the possibilities of such a new logistical tool in combination with an existing tool, the BeWhere model. So the results of the case study were not primarily intended to further assess the real life case or to advise an actual company for taking decisions on their biomass supply chain yet.

    The BeWhere model has been applied for the case study of Burgundy in order to
    identify the optimal locations of bioenergy production plants. It should be emphasized that the locations of the plants were highly driven by the location and amount of the demand of heat over the transport collection of the feedstock at least for this particular case study. The collection points of the biomass are nevertheless very well concentrated around the production plants. Anyhow to validate those results, LocaGIStics is a valuable tool for the simulation of the feedstock collection from the plants determined from BeWhere. The quality check controls the feedstock collection, capacity and therefore the validity of the chosen location.

    The LocaGIStics model has especially been developed using the Burgundy case
    study. Several logistical concepts have been tested in the Burgundy case. These are:
    i) mixing different biomass types (straw as a biomass residue and Miscanthus as an energy crop),
    ii) applying pretreatment technology (pelletizing) to densify the material in order to lower the transportation costs and increase handling properties,
    iii) switching between different types of transport means (truck and walking floor vehicle)
    and iv) direct delivery to a power plant versus putting an intermediate collection point in the value chain. Due to the nature of this development case less value should be given to the exact results of the five variants that are described in this report. However, these variants are perfect examples of what effects can be achieved if the set-up of a lignocellulosic biomass value chain is changed, even if that change is only slightly. So the case was used successfully to build a first version of the locaGIStics tool. However, many improvements are still possible and could be achieved in future project cases.
    D3.5 Formalized stepwise approach for implementing logistical concepts using BeWhere and LocaGIStics
    Annevelink, E. ; Elbersen, Berien ; Leduc, S. ; Staritsky, I.G. - \ 2016
    S2Biom - 41
    biomassa - modellen - databanken - hulpbronnengebruik - biobased economy - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - europa - logistiek - biomass - models - databases - resource utilization - biobased economy - sustainability - europe - logistics
    This deliverable describes a formaliz
    logistical concepts in the practical
    chains and for assessing thei
    BeWhere and LocaGIStics. It describes
    these two logistical assessment tools
    interlinked so that LocaGIStics can further refine and detail the outcomes of the
    BeWhere model and that the BeWhere model can use the outcome of the
    LocaGIStics model to modify their calculations if needed.
    The BeWhere model supports the development of EU
    develop an optimal network of biomass delivery chains
    techno-economic spatial model that enables the optimal design and allocation of
    biomass delivery chains (at national level) based on the minimizatio
    emissions of the full supply chain taking account economies of scale, in order to meet
    certain demand.
    LocaGIStics is a regional assessment tool for biomass delivery chains. This tool can
    support the user to design optimal biomass deliver
    level and analyze in a comparative way (for different biomass delivery chains) the
    spatial implications and the environmental and economic performance. It will take
    account of the biomass cost
    options and novel logistical concepts.
    formalized stepwise approach for implementing optimal
    design of national and regional
    their economic and GHG performance
    . the functionality of and the relation between
    tools. BeWhere and LocaGIStics are closely
    ked EU-wide and national strategies to
    chains. The basis of this tool is a
    delivery chains and networks at regional
    cost-supply, the conversion and pre-treatment technology
    D3.4 + D3.6: Cover report Results logistical case studies
    Annevelink, E. ; Gabrielle, B. ; Carozzi, M. ; Garcia Galindo, D. ; Espatolero, S. ; Izquierdo, M. ; Väätäinen, K. ; Anttila, P. ; Staritsky, I.G. ; Vanmeulebrouk, B. ; Elbersen, Berien ; Leduc, S. - \ 2016
    S2Biom - 23
    biobased economy - europa - databanken - modellen - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - hulpbronnengebruik - biomassa - logistiek - biobased economy - europe - databases - models - sustainability - resource utilization - biomass - logistics
    The S2Biom project - Delivery of sustainable supply of non-food biomass to support a “resource-efficient” Bioeconomy in Europe - supports the sustainable delivery of nonfood biomass feedstock at local, regional and pan European level through developing strategies, and roadmaps that will be informed by a “computerized and easy to use” toolset (and respective databases) with updated harmonized datasets at local, regional, national and pan European level for EU28, Western Balkans, Moldova, Turkey and Ukraine. A case based approach was followed, where optimal logistical concepts (conceptual designs) were matched with the specific regional situation. This was done in three logistical case studies that were performed: 1. Small-scale power production with straw and Miscanthus in the Burgundy region (France); 2. Large-scale power production with straw and with residual woody biomass in the Aragon region (Spain); 3. Advanced wood logistics in the Province of Central Finland.
    D3.4 + D3.6: Annex 1 Results logistical case study Burgundy
    Annevelink, E. ; Gabrielle, B. ; Carozzi, M. ; Staritsky, I.G. ; Vanmeulebrouk, B. ; Elbersen, Berien ; Leduc, S. - \ 2016
    S2Biom - 48
    biobased economy - biomass - sustainability - resource utilization - europe - databases - models - logistics - biobased economy - biomassa - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - hulpbronnengebruik - europa - databanken - modellen - logistiek
    The S2Biom project - Delivery of sustainable supply of non-food biomass to support a “resource-efficient” Bioeconomy in Europe - supports the sustainable delivery of nonfood biomass feedstock at local, regional and pan European level through developing strategies, and roadmaps that will be informed by a “computerized and easy to use” toolset (and respective databases) with updated harmonized datasets at local, regional, national and pan European level for EU28, Western Balkans, Moldova, Turkey and Ukraine. In the S2Biom project the logistical case study in Burgundy was the first that was performed. In this report the assessment methods for the logistical case study are described in Chapter 2. This is followed by the set-up of the Burgundy case study in Chapter 3. In Chapter 4 the type of data needed and in Chapter 5 the actual data used are described. Then the results are presented that were obtained by the BeWhere (Chapter 6) and by the LocaGIStics model (Chapter 7). Conclusions and recommendations are given in Chapter 8.
    Inventory control for a perishable product with non-stationary demand
    Pauls-Worm, K.G.J. - \ 2016
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Jack van der Vorst, co-promotor(en): Eligius Hendrix; Rene Haijema. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789462578500 - 142
    logistics - food products - supply chain management - food wastes - industrial wastes - inventories - logistiek - voedselproducten - ketenmanagement - voedselafval - industrieel afval - inventarisaties

    Globally, around one-third of the edible parts of perishable food products is wasted every year. Adequate logistics management of the food supply chain is of importance. Inventory control of processed fresh food with a best-before or use-by date deals with the questions how much to order and how often, and how to review the inventory position. For perishable products, there exists a trade-off between desired product-availability and waste. A high order quantity or frequent ordering may result in high product-availability but also waste. A small order quantity or less frequent ordering results in lower inventory levels, but may cause out-of-stock. For the inventory control of a perishable product the age-distribution of the items should be considered. This is influenced by order picking at a food producer or warehouse, or consumer behaviour at a supermarket, picking First In First Out (FIFO), where first the oldest items are used, or Last In First Out (LIFO), where first the freshest items of the product are used. This thesis investigates periodic review order policies for a food producer and a retailer for a perishable product with a fixed lifetime and a non-stationary demand. For a food producer as well as a retailer, it is not always economically feasible to reorder in every period. For planning purposes it is desirable to set the timing of the orders in advance.

    The aim of this thesis is to contribute to better decision making regarding inventory control in the food supply chain from food producer to supermarket, in the trade-off between product-availability and waste. Methods are designed to generate practical order policies using commercial solvers for business rather than custom made solution procedures, where at least the timing of ordering or production is set beforehand. The practical inventory control problems discussed in this thesis are characterised by a perishable product with a fixed lifetime, non-stationary stochastic demand, a single-echelon production/inventory situation in a finite time horizon. The product has a service level requirement to ensure a certain product-availability. The decision problems deal with fixed setup or ordering cost, holding cost and disposal cost for wasted items. The age-distribution of the items in stock is considered in specific theoretical Stochastic Programming (SP) problems that deal with the service level requirement as a chance constraint or fill rate constraint. The studied problems vary in planning characteristics.

    Fluctuations in demand combined with fixed setup or ordering costs imply that regular production or ordering is probably not optimal. This situation requires a strategy to deal with the fluctuations. In inventory literature, non-stationary demand for a perishable product with a fixed lifetime is hardly studied, and consequently also strategies to deal with it are little investigated. In this thesis, methods have been designed to generate practical order policies using commercial solvers, where at least the timing of ordering or production is set beforehand. The practical order policies have been benchmarked with custom made solution procedures. The developed practical policies are applicable in the practice of fresh food producers and in retail organisations, on the level of the store, as well as on the level of the distribution centre. An interesting conclusion is that the policies with fixed order timing are hardly more costly than the investigated policy with flexible order timing. The fixed order timing increases the ease of planning.

    The studied cost functions in the models comprise disposal cost for which the value of the disposal cost in the experiments was varied. The results show that in the models with fixed order timing and corresponding order-up-to levels, increasing the disposal cost can reduce the percentage of waste, maintaining the service level. In setting a (fictitious) value for the disposal cost, one can steer the percentage of waste in determining the order policy, and thus contribute to better decision making in the food supply chain from food producer to supermarket in the trade-off between product-availability and waste.

    From freight trains to cold chains : Building China's new supply chains for fresh food
    Bosch, P. ; Zhang, Xiao Yong ; Chew, Ping ; Pan, Chenjun ; Sawyer, Wil ; Chiang, Lief ; Fan, Ning - \ 2015
    Wageningen UR - 55
    fresh products - supply chain management - refrigerated transport - logistics - rail transport - china - verse producten - ketenmanagement - koeltransport - logistiek - railtransport - china
    Programa Nacional de Agrologística : Informe 5: Análisis territorial preliminar
    Langelaan, H.C. ; Ravensbergen, P. - \ 2015
    Wageningen Food & Biobased Research - 80
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - supply chain management - geographical information systems - physical planning - data collection - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - ketenmanagement - geografische informatiesystemen - ruimtelijke ordening - gegevens verzamelen - mexico
    National Agrologistics Program : report 5: Preliminary territorial analysis
    Langelaan, H.C. ; Ravensbergen, P. - \ 2015
    Wageningen Food & Biobased Research - 80
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - supply chain management - geographical information systems - physical planning - structural policy - data collection - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - ketenmanagement - geografische informatiesystemen - ruimtelijke ordening - structuurbeleid - gegevens verzamelen - mexico
    Programa Nacional de Agrologística : informe 1: Resumen ejecutivo
    Langelaan, H.C. ; Ravensbergen, P. - \ 2015
    Wageningen Food & Biobased Research - 87
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - agricultural products - food products - supply chain management - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - landbouwproducten - voedselproducten - ketenmanagement - mexico
    National Agrologistics Program : report 3: Strategy
    Ravensbergen, P. ; Langelaan, H.C. - \ 2015
    Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 82
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - supply chain management - management science - performance - guidelines - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - ketenmanagement - bedrijfswetenschap - prestatieniveau - richtlijnen (guidelines) - mexico
    National Agrologistics Program : report 1: Executive summary
    Langelaan, H.C. ; Ravensbergen, P. - \ 2015
    Wageningen Food & Biobased Research - 87
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - agricultural products - food products - supply chain management - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - landbouwproducten - voedselproducten - ketenmanagement - mexico
    The goal of the National Agrologistics Program is to define public policy measures that contribute to accomplish the potential of exporting agro-products, which will result in a transforming legacy for the sector. The horizon of this Program is the year 2030.
    National Agrologistics Program : report 2: Diagnosis
    Ravensbergen, P. ; Langelaan, H.C. - \ 2015
    Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 64
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - infrastructure - transport - cold storage - supply chain management - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - infrastructuur - transport - koudeopslag - ketenmanagement - mexico
    Programa Nacional de Agrologística : informe 2: Diagnóstico
    Ravensbergen, P. ; Langelaan, H.C. - \ 2015
    Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 64
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - infrastructure - transport - cold storage - supply chain management - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - infrastructuur - transport - koudeopslag - ketenmanagement - mexico
    Programa Nacional de Agrologística : informe 3: Estrategia
    Ravensbergen, P. ; Langelaan, H.C. - \ 2015
    Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 64
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - supply chain management - management science - performance - guidelines - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - ketenmanagement - bedrijfswetenschap - prestatieniveau - richtlijnen (guidelines) - mexico
    Programa Nacional de Agrologística : informe 4: Hoja de Ruta 2018
    Ravensbergen, P. ; Langelaan, H.C. - \ 2015
    Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 102
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - supply chain management - development policy - planning - objectives - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - ketenmanagement - ontwikkelingsbeleid - planning - doelstellingen - mexico
    National Agrologistics Program : report 4: 2018 Roadmap
    Ravensbergen, P. ; Langelaan, H.C. - \ 2015
    Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 102
    logistics - agroindustrial sector - supply chain management - development policy - planning - objectives - mexico - logistiek - agro-industriële sector - ketenmanagement - ontwikkelingsbeleid - planning - doelstellingen - mexico
    Online in opkomst: eten kopen in de winkel wordt een keuze : Katern online food
    Haaster-de Winter, M.A. van - \ 2015
    In: Landbouw-Economisch Bericht 2015 / Berkhout, P., den Haag : LEI Wageningen UR - p. 190 - 198.
    consumer behaviour - shopping - internet - supermarkets - logistics - netherlands - european union countries - consumentengedrag - winkelen - internet - supermarkten - logistiek - nederland - landen van de europese unie
    Consumenten hoeven hun huis niet meer uit. Binnen een paar muisklikken zijn de boodschappen besteld. Dat kan relatief gemakkelijk. De online infrastructuur in Nederland is goed; de internetpenetratie is één van de hoogste binnen Europa (>90%). Het percentage mensen dat min of meer dagelijks het internet gebruikt is hoog en stijgt (84%), terwijl het aandeel mensen dat nog nooit internet heeft gebruikt daalt (5%) (Eurostat, 2014). Dit artikel gaat nader in op de situatie in Nederland en andere EU-landen.
    Logistics network design & control : managing product quality in a blooming sector
    Keizer, M. de - \ 2015
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Jack van der Vorst, co-promotor(en): Jacqueline Bloemhof-Ruwaard; Rene Haijema. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789462576025 - 239
    logistiek - netwerkanalyse - sierteelt - kwaliteitszorg - kwaliteit - productie - tuinbouw - verse producten - voedselproducten - simulatiemodellen - simulatie - logistics - network analysis - ornamental horticulture - quality management - quality - production - horticulture - fresh products - food products - simulation models - simulation
    Mogelijkheden voor de implementatie van het biomassawerf concept in de Greenport Gelderland : deel 3: Logistieke cases
    Annevelink, E. ; Oever, M.J.A. van den; Gogh, J.B. van; Dam, J.E.G. van - \ 2015
    Wageningen : Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research (Rapport / Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research 1546) - 75
    biobased economy - biomassa - reststromen - beschikbaarheid - logistiek - biomassa productie - biomassaconversie - verzamelen - analyse - betuwe - biobased economy - biomass - residual streams - availability - logistics - biomass production - biomass conversion - collection - analysis - betuwe
    Het project ‘Biomassawerf – verwerken van reststromen’ (BO-21.03-001-002) vormt een onderdeel van het Biobased gedeelte van het BO-programma Keteninnovaties Plantaardig (KIP) van het Ministerie van Economische Zaken. Deze nota is het derde deel van de rapportage uit dit project, en is een vervolg op de nota’s: ‘Deel 1. Stakeholder analyse & biomassabeschikbaarheid’ (Annevelink et al., 2013) en ‘Deel 2. Het biomassawerf concept: voorbeelden, theorie & checklist’ (Annevelink et al., 2014a). Het specifieke doel van dit derde deelrapport is om de logistiek rond mogelijke biomassawerven in beeld te brengen d.m.v. specifieke cases. Dit rapport start in Hoofdstuk 2 met feedback vanuit de logistieke praktijk op het biomassawerf concept zoals dat is beschreven in Rapport Deel 2. Vervolgens wordt in Hoofdstuk 3 beschreven hoe de logistieke case studies zijn uitgevoerd. Daarna volgen de resultaten van drie verschillende case studies in de Greenport Gelderland, n.l. rond houtige reststromen in de fruitteelt (Hoofdstuk 4), houtige reststromen uit de laanbomenteelt (Hoofdstuk 5) en het afscheiden van fosfaat en andere componenten uit champost (Hoofdstuk 6). Tenslotte worden algemene conclusies en aanbevelingen uit de cases studies gegeven in Hoofdstuk 7.
    Van kas naar keten: integratie van bedrijfsmanagementsystemen en productieapparaten in de tuinbouw
    Robbemond, R.M. ; Verdouw, C.N. ; Kruize, J.W. - \ 2015
    Wageningen : LEI Wageningen UR (Nota / LEI 2015-023) - 73
    tuinbouw - glastuinbouw - ketenmanagement - bedrijfssystemen - rfid - merken - mobiele toepassingen - logistiek - horticulture - greenhouse horticulture - supply chain management - farming systems - rfid - marking - mobile applications - logistics
    Moderne kwekerijen zijn vergaand gemechaniseerd. Om in de toenemende behoefte aan up-to-date managementinformatie en keteninformatie te voorzien, wordt veel informatie handmatig geregistreerd in een bedrijfsmanagementsysteem of handmatig verzonden naar externe partijen. Dit is inefficiënt en foutgevoelig. Bovendien blijft veel waardevolle informatie uit kwekerijsystemen nu onbenut. Een oplossing is het koppelen van kwekerijsystemen aan het bedrijfsmanagementsysteem. Echter, in de huidige tuinbouwpraktijk blijken dergelijke integratieoplossingen moeizaam van de grond te komen.
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