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Solid business cases for optimization tools
Simple – Smart – Swift
© TBA 2015 / Dr. Yvo Saanen / San Francisco
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Overview
1. Superb planning practices (find and release them)
2. Get the most out of TOS (as-is)
3. Yard Crane Scheduling (unexplored territory)
4. Intelligent app platform (what we always wanted)
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1. Superb Planning practices
Quiz
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 What is the potential impact of superb vessel & yard planning on
berth productivity?
A. Insignificant (<1%)
B. Small (<5%)
C. Substantial (5 – 15%)
D. Large (>15%)
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RTG / TT operation - Distributed imports
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Better work distribution over RTG’s
Higher performance during discharge
Less concentration during import delivery
Lower truck turn time
No housekeeping required
More reliance on the TOS – less planning
Only possible during dense operations
More equipment required for import delivery
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RTG/TT operation – Distributed Exports
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Real-time concentration of VVD combinations
Stack (pile) based grounding
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RTG / TT operation – Twin-carry
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Straddle carrier operation – 1 over 2 / 1 over 3
Pile based grounding for export
For each pile:
• 1 Size
• 1 Vessel-voyage
• 1 Destination
• 1 Weight class
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Better work distribution over SC’s
Allows for highest yard density (>90%)
Higher performance discharge & loading
Less concentration during import delivery
Lower truck turn time
No housekeeping required
Dispersed grounding for import
For each pile:
• 1 Size
• 1 Mode
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1. Superb Planning practices
Potential result
Improvement PTO Deployments
Average QC GMPH
Improvement
30.0 bx/h
150%
135%
124%
25.0 bx/h
Productivity
100%
20.0 bx/h
100%
15.0 bx/h
75%
10.0 bx/h
50%
5.0 bx/h
25%
0.0 bx/h
19.4 bx/h
24.1 bx/h
0%
First Plan
Second Plan
More than 125 planners improved on average by 35%.
Just by better planning
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26.2 bx/h
Third Plan
Improvement compared to first plan
125%
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Plan Verification Tool
Plan verification reduces the amount of ‘simple’ errors to virtually ZERO
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2. Get the most out of TOS (as-is)
Test  Tune  Train
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Dual cycling
Double cycling
Twin-carry  twin-lift
Dynamic yard strategies
Equipment pooling
Automated container decking
Automated vessel planning
Distributed workflow
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Double & dual cycling
Prime mover pooling
Twin-carry & twin-lift
Many terminals have licensed
modules they do not use
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1. Get the most out of your TOS
Quiz
QC productivity while active (bx/hr) / time (minutes)
 What kind of productivity improvement you
think is feasible with implementing best TOS
practices?
Zeebrugge - SENSITIVITY
varying STRNJP (nearby job priority)
QC productivity (bx/hr)
Truck turn around time
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40.5
40.4
40.2
40.1
39.6
38.8
38.7
37.7
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30.7
30.3
27.8
25
23.6
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18.3
16.8
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14.1
13.3
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5
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3
10
25
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100
200
STRNJP (nearby job priority) - penalty per second driving
TSI Primeroute tuning: with or without dual cycling
Avg Net QC productivity
10
9
DG - waiting to receive
8
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Time (minutes)
A. Insignificant (<1%)
B. Small (<1-5%)
C. Substantial (5 – 15%)
D. Large (>15%)
DG - waiting to deliver
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5.3
5
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3.6
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LD - waiting to receive
2.7
2.3
2.1
2.0
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1.3
1.2
LD - waiting to deliver
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TSI 1 / dual cycling
TSI 1 / no dualcycling
Scenario / setting
TSI Primeroute tuning: dedicated versus pooling
Relative QC productivity and Performance-cost-ratio
compared to dedicated dispatching with 8 TTs per QC
120%
150%
110%
102%
Relative QC Productivity
100%
140%
104%
93%
97%
90%
105%
QC productivity dedicated
100%
92%
80%
60%
130%
Reference point: dedicated
with 8 TTs per QC
124%
70%
120%
117%
QC productivity waterside pooling new settings
50%
40%
110%
105%
30%
PCR neutral
20%
100%
10%
0%
90%
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(average) number of TTs working for quay cranes
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Estimated PCR new
settings versus
dedicated 8 TTs
2. Get the most out of TOS (as-is)
Test  Tune  Train
EMULATION: performance improvement & risk reduction around TOS implementation
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3. Yard Crane Scheduler
Quiz
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 What is the potential saving when 15% less RTG’s can be deployed
(average) in a 1 M TEU operation @20 USD labour cost per hour?
A. Insignificant (<100k USD)
B. Small (<500k USD)
C. Substantial (500K – 2M USD)
D. Large (>2M USD)
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3. Yard Crane Scheduler
Potential savings
Operational cost per year
@1.0 M TEU/a
QC
$30.0M
$25.0M
RTG
TT
6%
-$1,7M
$5.8M
$5.8M
$20.0M
$13.2M
$11.4M
$15.0M
$10.0M
$5.0M
$7.7M
$7.7M
Before
After
$0.0M
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3. Yard Crane Scheduler
Getting more out of your yard
YCS: 15% less RTG’s required
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4. Intelligent App Platform
The functionality we always wanted
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Timely reefer operation
Chimney stacks
Intelligent Housekeeping
Pooling automated
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The improvement matrix: App ideas
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Contact Details
TBA b.v.
Company registration number NL27197330
Karrepad 2A
2623 AP Delft
The Netherlands
Internet www.tba.nl
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Company board:
Ir. Martijn Coeveld – CEO / Managing Director
Dr. ir. Yvo Saanen – COO / Managing Director
Office +31 (0) 15 3805775
Fax
+31 (0) 15 3805763
[email protected]
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