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Advances in Production, Logistics and Traffic

Proceedings of the 4th Interdisciplinary Conference on Production Logistics and Traffic 2019

  • Uwe Clausen
  • Sven Langkau
  • Felix Kreuz
Conference proceedings ICPLT 2019

Part of the Lecture Notes in Logistics book series (LNLO)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Jakob Marolt, Bojan Rupnik, Tone Lerher
    Pages 20-31
  3. Markus Rabe, Dominik Schmitt, Astrid Klüter, Joachim Hunker
    Pages 32-44
  4. Uwe Clausen, Matthias Brueggenolte, Marc Kirberg, Christoph Besenfelder, Moritz Poeting, Mustafa Gueller
    Pages 45-59
  5. Martin Eisenmann, Alfredo Virgillito
    Pages 60-74
  6. Stephan Müller, Felix Voigtländer
    Pages 102-115
  7. Dirk Bruckmann, Tobias Fumasoli, Stefan Schneider, Martin Ruesch
    Pages 128-141
  8. Carina Mieth, Philipp Humbeck, Georg Herzwurm
    Pages 142-154
  9. Peter Poschmann, Manuel Weinke, Andreas Balster, Frank Straube, Hanno Friedrich, André Ludwig
    Pages 155-176
  10. Arunava Putatunda, Dirk Bruckmann, Michael Schwind
    Pages 177-192
  11. Robert Burg, Elisabeth Neumann, Jan-André Bühne, Marco Irzik
    Pages 193-204
  12. Carina Thaller, Lara Papendorf, Peiman Dabidian, Uwe Clausen, Gernot Liedtke
    Pages 205-220
  13. Max Juraschek, Felix Kreuz, Michael Bucherer, Arnim Spengler, Sebastian Thiede, Christoph Herrmann et al.
    Pages 221-232
  14. Cynthia Ngxesha, Ozias Ncube, Chengedzai Mafini, Shephard Mugwenhi
    Pages 233-245
  15. Daniel Mueller, Julian Graefenstein, David Scholz, Michael Henke
    Pages 246-264
  16. Julian Franzen, Jannis Stecken, Raphael Pfaff, Bernd Kuhlenkötter
    Pages 265-276

About these proceedings


The series of Interdisciplinary Conferences on Production, Logistics and Traffic (ICPLT) address the research community as well as practitioners in these fields with special attention to links and interfaces between the three disciplines. The fourth ICPLT in particular deals with technology from intralogistics to automated trucking driving as well as the societal aspects of commercial transport.

To contribute to a high-level and beneficial exchange between authorities in politics and municipalities with researchers and practitioners in production and logistics management the ICPLT has asked for contributions from the three disciplines to better understand innovative technologies, best practises and latest results. These contributions have been evaluated and selected based on a double-blind review process to become part of this book. It comprises 21 contributions examining trends and challenges for commercial transport as the essential link for production, logistics and society. Therefore, innovative technologies and strategies are presented and discussed to better understand the interdependencies, conflicts of interest and to develop feasible solutions.


·         Simulation & Optimization in Production and Logistics

·         Freight Transport Demand Modelling

·         Intralogistics & Logistics Facilities

·         Policy & Human Factors

·         Production & Maintenance

·         Supply Chain Management

·         Sustainable Logistics & Energy


Target Groups

·         Representatives of public authorities, municipalities & politics

·         Actors of sectoral, transport & spatial planning

·         Actors of production & logistics

·         Researchers in the disciplines production, logistics, transport & spatial planning



Freight transport modeling Intermodal commercial transport Logistics hubs Green supply chain management City logistics Transport policy

Editors and affiliations

  • Uwe Clausen
    • 1
  • Sven Langkau
    • 2
  • Felix Kreuz
    • 3
  1. 1.Institute of Transport LogisticsTU Dortmund UniversityDortmundGermany
  2. 2.Institute of Transport LogisticsTU Dortmund UniversityDortmundGermany
  3. 3.Institute of Transport LogisticsTU Dortmund UniversityDortmundGermany

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