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the first container transport from China reaches the port of Rostock by land and sea

Rostock, April 7, 2020. Today, the first 49 containers with industrial and medical goods from Xi'an reached the overseas port of Rostock in the Chinese province of Shaanxi

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The youth adviser of logistics and transport management

Hello future 2020! Hardly any other sector of the economy is growing as strongly as logistics. More and more parcels and containers want to be delivered and more and more people are being driven. The companies are highly innovative

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Battery improves climate footprint: DB Cargo buys 50 Toshiba hybrid locomotives

DB Cargo is starting the sustainable renewal of its shunting locomotive fleet – series assembly in the current Rostock maintenance depot creates state-of-the-art jobs

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First ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation in the Port of Rostock

Second ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation carried out in Germany and the first in the Port of Rostock

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Expansion of the logistics atlas

This week, the logistics atlas will be expanded to include the "Trainee Guide" tab. The logistics atlas thus creates a link between the trainees and students of tomorrow and the companies registered in the logistics atlas.

Students and graduates will have the opportunity here to find out more about academic training and dual training in logistics. From the large number of training occupations within the logistics sector, interested parties can filter by occupation. All companies in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania that offer this training appear on the map application. In this way, pupils and graduates can search for a suitable occupation at the perfect location. Interested parties will receive information on the training, the profession, the company and the further procedure.

As a registered company in the logistics atlas, you do not have to do any additional work, as an automatic comparison is made with your training occupations.

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Check operations at Peene Bridge

From December 3rd to December 5th the Peene Bridge in Wolgast must undergo main check operations that need to be executed in intervals of six years to maintain the safety for traffic. Every three years after the main checks there are ordinary checks as well, because bridges mark sensitive points in terms of infrastructure.

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Reconstruction of berths in the seaport of Rostock

On the 28th of November Mecklenburg-West Pomeranias minister of infrastructure, Christian Pegel, delivered an approval letter for the transactions to Rostocks mayor Claus Ruhe Madsen. With the aid of the subsidies optimised berths are set to be built. They should prepare the seaport for a rising ro-ro traffic.

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Dislocation of heavy load on waterways

Due to increasing terrestrial traffic, susceptible bridges and the duty of police-escorts for heavy load on streets, the third forum of the ShortSeaShipping Inland Waterway Promotion Center discussed the possibility to transport heavy load on waterways in an extended scope.

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Practice guidelines for intermodal transport

When transports change from street to track, we speak of intermodal transport. On the one hand this often poses a challenge for companies, but on the other hand it is a good possibility to save emissions. Together with the German Promotion Centre for Intermodal Transport the Fraunhofer Institute for material flow and logistics has chosen five regions that exchanged their experiences in the field. The practice guidelines developed from the results of this exchange and should help companies to understand the advantages of intermodal transport.

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Add-on for the Bundesvereinigung Logistik technology radar

The technology radar is an initiative of the Bundesvereinigung Logistik e.V. (German Logistics Association), which evaluates novel technologies used in logistics. In addition to the four "hardware technology fields" that the platform is investigating, four software application areas are now being added step by step. With regard to "Planning", "Optimization", "Monitoring & Control" and "Administration", the user can gain a comprehensive overview of the possible benefits as well as the technological limitations.

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    Deine Hauptaufgabe ist es, Waren und Transportgüter pünktlich und vor allem sicher von A nach B zu fahren und dabei große Trucks zu lenken. Je nachdem, für welches Transportunternehmen du dich entscheidest, kannst du einen Job annehmen, bei dem du jeden Tag zuhause bist oder eine Arbeitsstelle, die dich in ferne Länder führt. Du bist als Berufskraftfahrer/in auch im öffentlichen Personenverkehr tätig oder führst Entsorgungsfahrzeuge. Da die Transport- und Logistikbranche in MV boomt, wirst du nach deiner Ausbildung entweder gleich von deinem Betrieb übernommen oder findest woanders nahtlos eine Anstellung.

    In der Ausbildung zur/zum Binnenschiffer/in lernst du vom Maschinenraum bis zum Steuerrad alles kennen. Du musst wissen, wie man ein Schiff korrekt los- und festmacht oder ein Ankermanöver durchführt. Wenn diese Grundlagen sitzen, lernst du etwas über das Wasserstraßennetz, Fahrregeln und welche Vorschriften zu beachten sind, in Bezug auf Gütertransport und Personenbeförderung. Auf dem Wasser steuerst und navigierst du das Schiff – auch durch Schleusen und Hebewerke. Das Ziel deiner Ausbildung ist es, das Schiff eigenverantwortlich zu steuern und die Crew beaufsichtigen zu können.

    Jedes Frachtschiff hat nur eine begrenzte Kapazität und es ist deine Aufgabe, den vorhandenen Platz voll auszunutzen. Dafür stellst du die Container so zusammen, dass sie die Frachtkapazitäten nicht über- und nicht unterschreiten. Es gehört auch zu deinen Aufgaben, die Fracht vom Schiff in Empfang zu nehmen und den Weitertransport per Schiff, per LKW oder per Bahn zu organisieren. Du prüfst Frachtpapiere und stellst sicher, dass niemand etwas Verbotenes wie Tierpelze oder gefälschte Marken nach Deutschland schmuggelt.

    Es ist deine Aufgabe, Kunden über die Leistungen und Preise zu informieren, Frachtberechnungsvorschriften zu erläutern, Angebote auszuarbeiten und Aufträge entgegenzunehmen. Du planst die Routen der Fahrer so, dass sie möglichst zeit- und kostensparend gefahren werden können und disponierst auch den Personaleinsatz. Manchmal arbeitest du auch im Schalterdienst, nimmst Sendungen an und gibst sie auf. Du wirkst bei der kaufmännischen Steuerung und bei Marketing- und Vertriebsmaßnahmen mit.

    Es ist deine Aufgabe, dafür zu sorgen, dass ein Lagerplatz optimal ausgenutzt werden kann und jede Palette auf Anhieb wiedergefunden wird. Du bist dafür verantwortlich, Waren anzunehmen, ihre Papiere zu prüfen, Auslieferungstouren zu koordinieren und diese Prozesse wirtschaftlich zu organisieren. Fachkräfte für Lagerlogistik optimieren den Informations- und Materialfluss, vergleichen Angebote und sind für die Sortierung und die sachgerechte Lagerung von Waren zuständig. Dazu gehörten manchmal auch Gefahrenstoffe, die du so unterbringen musst, dass niemand daran zu Schaden kommt.

    Neben dem sicheren Verstauen von Möbeln und Einrichtungsgegenständen in Umzugskartons bist du als Fachkraft für Möbel,- Küchen und Umzugsservice auch für die Anlieferung und den Aufbau von Möbeln und Küchen verantwortlich. Für diese Arbeit wirst du von deinen Kunden, die entweder keine Zeit oder keine Kraft haben, um diese Aufgaben alleine zu bewältigen, sehr viel Dankbarkeit ernten. Während deiner Ausbildung lernst du, wie du schwere Gegenstände möglichst rückenschonend hebst und wie du schnell aus Einzelteilen ein fertiges Möbelstück zusammenschraubst. Es gehört auch zu deinen Aufgaben, Mängel oder Transportschäden zu dokumentieren.

    Denn oftmals müssen Waren irgendwo gelagert werden, bevor sie weiterverteilt und transportiert werden können. Als Fachlagerist/in sorgst du dafür, dass Waren fachgerecht zwischengelagert werden, damit sie im einwandfreien Zustand beim Kunden ankommen. Da Lagerräume meistens sehr hoch sind, bedienst du Gabelstapler, Handwagen und Sortieranlagen. Oft wirst du als Fachlagerist/in auch mit organisatorischen Aufgaben betraut, denn du musst Transportrouten für LKWs oder Schiffe ausarbeiten und bist auch in die Logistik eingebunden. Dafür musst du auch mit rechtlichen Grundlagen und Zollbestimmungen vertraut sein.

    Während man früher nur das essen konnte, was eben vor der Haustür auf den Feldern wuchs, kommst du heute in den Genuss von Gewürzen, Früchten und kulinarischen Kreationen, die rund um den Erdball wachsen. Damit diese Güter wirtschaftlich und vor allem in guter Qualität am Zielort ankommen, sorgt ein/e Kaufmann/frau für Spedition- und Logistikleistung dafür, dass Waren richtig verladen und verschickt werden. Du bist der Fachmann bzw. der Fachfrau für alles, was mit dem Transport zu tun hat. Du bist ein echter Stratege und kannst auch damit umgehen und schnell reagieren, wenn mal etwas nicht nach Plan läuft.

    Du steuerst, planst und organisierst den Transport von ganz unterschiedlichen Gütern auf Schiffen. Wenn das Unternehmen, für das du arbeitest, eigene Schiffe besitzt, besorgst du entsprechende Transportaufträge. Zu deinen Aufgaben gehört es aber auch, Frachtraum auf anderen Schiffen für deine Kunden einzukaufen und sie über Kosten, Sicherheits- und Zollbestimmungen zu informieren. Du bist als Schiffskaufmann/frau dafür zuständig, Liegeplätze für Frachtschiffe in fernen Häfen zu buchen, das Verladen zu kontrollieren, Frachtpapiere zu prüfen und den Schiffsbedarf wie die Treibstoff- und Proviantversorgung vor dem Auslaufen zu organisieren.

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(road) traffic DIN Glossar ISO RoRo S-train air traffic apprenticeship automation automobile automobile logistics barcode beverage logistics big data block stacking block train bounded warehouse bulk cargo bunkering cabotage carbon footprint clearance clearing of flights closed warehouse cold storage combined transport common carrier contract logistics cruise ship customs clearance dangerous goods digitalization direct traffic disposal logistics excess length feeder traffic ferry traffic freight transport station gantry crane general cargo general cargo vessel gigaliner heavy cargo heavy goods traffic heavy lift and project cargo high-capacity transport high rack warehouse industrial trucks inland transport inland waterway transport intermodal transport joint-venture just-in-time liner shipping liquid bulk long-distance traffic maintenance maritime transport marshalling yard movement of passengers multi-purpose ship multimodal transport offshore open depot order picking outbound logistics packaging packaging logistics pallet racking perishables pipeline transportation port / habour procurement logistics qualification quality management rail regulare traffic returns management securing of load shipping container short sea shipping shunting services silo single wagon load smart logistics solid bulk special logistics special vehicle stevedoring swap body tank tanker tracking and tracing trailer tramp shipping urban transport value-added services vehicle fleet wagonload freight water(-ways)

(road) traffic

describes the usage of roads, to transport goods and people.

DIN

(Deutsche Industrie-Norm) is used to standardize processes. There are many logistics DIN.

Glossar

Some of the common used Terms are explained here. After choosing a letter, you are going to see a List of Definitions.

ISO

(International Standard Organisation) is an international standard-setting organization, composed of representatives from various national standards organization.

RoRo

(Roll on, Roll off) describes a ship, desgined to carry rolling-stock cargo, which does not require cranes, but is driven on and off the ship's decks.

S-train

is an urban-suburban rail, which is serving a metropolitan region.

air traffic

describes the organized movement of aircraft within a given space, to moove goods and persons.

apprenticeship

is a kind of Jobtraining, to get a qualification. The apprentice works learn a trade.

automation

is an automatically controlled operation of an apparatus, process or system by mechanical or electronic devices, that takes the place of human labor.

automobile

is a motorised vehicle. It is designed to transport people and goods.

automobile logistics

is the management of material flow through an automotive organization, from raw materials through to finished goods.

barcode

is a code, consisting of a group of printed and variously patterned bars and spaces and sometimes numerals, that is designed, to be scanned and read into computer memory and that contains information about the object it labels.

beverage logistics

summarizes all procurement, maintenance, distribution and replacement of personnel and material, which are necessary to have the beverage in the right spot at the right time.

big data

describes a large volume of data - bouth structured and unstructured - that has the potential to be mined for information.

block stacking

is a very basic form of storage, in which objects are placed on a surface and stacked on top of one another in blocks.

block train

is a train in which all wagons carry the goods from the same origin to the same destination.

bounded warehouse

is a warehouse, under bond of the government for payment of customs, duties and taxes.

bulk cargo

describes goods which are transported unpacked in large quantities.

bunkering

is the supply of fuel for use by ships in a seaport.

cabotage

is the carriage of cargo between two points within a country by a vessel or vehicle registered in another country.

carbon footprint

is the measure of the enviromental impact of a particular organizations operation, measured in units of greenhouse gases.

clearance

the act of clearing a ship at the customhouse, also: the papers, showing that a ship has cleared.

clearing of flights

describes all necessary preparations for take-off.

closed warehouse

is a building for storage of goods, which covers the stored goods.

cold storage

is storage in a cold place for preservation.

combined transport

is the connection of at least two modes of transportation in a transportchain, whreby freight remains in the load unit. The longest distances are covered by rail and ship. Trucks are used for precarriage and onward carriage.

common carrier

is someone who transports goods or people for any person or company. The common carrier is responsible for any loss of the goods during transport.

contract logistics

describes planning, implementing and control of a logistics system provided through a third party under a contract.

cruise ship

is a ship which stops at different ports and carries passengers, who are traveling for pleasure.

customs clearance

is the act of passing goods through customs, so that they can enter or leave the country.

dangerous goods

are goods which can pose a risk to people, animals or the environment if not properly handled.

digitalization

is the use of digital technologies to change a business modell and provide new revenue and value-producing opportunities.

direct traffic

describes the direct delivering of goods from the supplier or producer to the customer. The means of transport aren't changed.

disposal logistics

means the handling of scrap, waste and refuse to prevent enviromental pollution and waste of ressources. Most of the production waste can be reused or recycled.

excess length

describes a length, essential more than standard.

feeder traffic

describes the transportation of shipping containers between intercontinental and small ports.

ferry traffic

is a commercial service for transporting goods and persons across water.

freight transport station

a facility for loading and unloading cargo. They are used to calculate the kilometre.

gantry crane

is a large crane, mounted on a platform. That crane usually runs back and forth on parallel tracks astride the work area.

general cargo

are goods, which must be loaded individually. It is not necessary to combine the goods to a bigger unit for transport.

general cargo vessel

is a vessel designed to handle general cargo such as bags, cartons, cases and drums.

gigaliner

are trucks with an overall lenght of 25,25 metre. These trucks aren't allowed to drive on every road.

heavy cargo

describes goods, which have more weight than common for this size.

heavy goods traffic

describes the transportation of goods, which have more weight than common for their dimensions.

heavy lift and project cargo

describes the transportation of large, heavy cargo.

high-capacity transport

is a transport of goods, which exceeds the standard or ordinary legal size for roads.

high rack warehouse

describes the storage of goods in special racks, which are 10m and higher.

industrial trucks

is a mobile, power-propelled truck used to carry, push, pull, lift, stack or tier materials.

inland transport

describes the onshore transportation of goods and persons.

inland waterway transport

describes inland waterway shipping (e. g.: on a river, canal).

intermodal transport

refers to connectin at least two modes of transportation in a transportation chain, whereby freight remains in the load unit. In combined transport load units not the fright itself are transshipped.

joint-venture

is a business arrangement, in which two or more parties agree to pool their resources for the purpose of accomplishing a specific task. This task can be a new project or any other business activity.

just-in-time

(JIT) is an inventory strategy, companies employ to increase efficiency and decrease waste by receiving goods only as they are needed in the production process, thereby reducing inventory costs.

liner shipping

is the service of transporting goods by ships, which transit regular routes on fixed schedules.

liquid bulk

is a fluid cargo which is transported in large volumes.

long-distance traffic

describes the transportation of goods and persons beyond urban transport.

maintenance

are actions, necessary for retaining or restoring a piece of equipment, machine or system to the specified operable condition to achieve ist maximum usefull life.

maritime transport

is the shipment of goods and people by sea.

marshalling yard

is a place or depot, where railway wagons are shunted and made up into trains and where carriages, engines, etc. are kept when not in use.

movement of passengers

describes all traffic, which is used to transport people.

multi-purpose ship

is any ship capable of carrying different types of cargo, which requires different methods of handling.

multimodal transport

is the movement of cargo from origin to destination by several modes of transport where each of these modes have a different transport provider or entity responsible, but under a single contract.

offshore

describes the area towards the territorial waters.

open depot

describes a place for storing goods without any buildings.

order picking

is the activity by which a small number of goods are extracted from a warehousing system, to satisfy a number of independent customer orders.

outbound logistics

is the process related to the movement and storage of products from the end of the production line to the end user.

packaging

is the practice of combining several related goods or sevices into a single offer.

packaging logistics

describes planning, implementing, optimization and control of the packaging process of a company.

pallet racking

is a storage system, designed to store materials on pallets.

perishables

describes goods, which can lose ist usefulness and value if not appropriately stored or transported.

pipeline transportation

is a method of transportation, in which liquid, gaseous, or solid products are moved over long distances through pipelines.

port / habour

is an artificial or natural mooring place for ships.

procurement logistics

is the systematic coordination of all aspects of the procurement process. The goal is to obtain materials, services or products at the best possible cost.

qualification

describes the acquirement of skills and knowledge.

quality management

is the act of overseeing all activities and tasks needed to maintain a desired level of quality.

rail

is a steel bar or continuous line of bars laid on the ground as one of a pair.

regulare traffic

describes a public transportation line, which runs between specific waypoints. This is usually used to transport people.

returns management

is the supply chain management process, by which activities associated with returns, reverse logistics, gatekeeping, and avoidance are managed within the firm and across key members of the supply chain.

securing of load

is the securing of cargo for transportation. The cargo has to be protected from unauthorized access, influence of the weather and against shift of cargo.

shipping container

describes a standardized resealable transportation box for unitized freight handling with standardized equipment. The two most common sizes used in transportation are twenty footer and forty footer.

short sea shipping

means the movement of cargo and passengers by sea, between ports situated in the same continent.

shunting services

describes the total of services at the marshalling yard.

silo

is a structure for storing bulk materials. The silo is loaded on top and unloaded at the bottom.

single wagon load

wagon loads from different sellers and customers are assembled at a marshaling yard and transported together.

smart logistics

describes the optimization of logistic processes. This optimization is supported by computerengineering.

solid bulk

is a solid cargo, which is transported in a loose form without any packaging. It is scaled by weight.

special logistics

describes the arrangement and realisation of transports with special needs.

special vehicle

are vehicles, which are build to fulfill a specific purpose. Often they have additional equipment.

stevedoring

describes loading and unloading a vessel with general cargo.

swap body

describes a carrying unit, designed for intermodal transport.

tank

describes a large container, or structure for holding a liquid or gas.

tanker

is a cargo ship, fitted with tanks, for carrying liquid and gases.

tracking and tracing

is a process, during logistics or distribution of goods, where the goods are monitored as per their locations.

trailer

is an unpowered vehicle, which is used for transport of goods and materials.

tramp shipping

is a ship, which does not have a fixed schedule or published ports of call.

urban transport

are many forms of transportation, which transfer people and cargo within the territory of a city and the immediate suburban zones.

value-added services

are additional services, out of the main activities of a company.

vehicle fleet

is a group of vehicles, owned by a company and used for business purposes.

wagonload freight

describes the dispatching of freight. The fright's size is equal to one ore more wagonload.

water(-ways)

is made up of natural and non natural inland waterways and the sea.

Logistikdossier

Logistikdossier

Logistics in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – more than transportation from one place to another

More than 250 billion € were generated by a workforce of almost 3.0 million people within the logistics industry in Germany during the year of 2015. This makes the sector the third strongest branch after the automotive production and domestic trade [Fraunhofer SCS / Top 100 der Logistik 2016-2017], even though this part of industry is not individually mentioned within the National Accounts. Logistics nowadays go far beyond the pure transport services and warehousing by a continual improvement of the foci and objectives. Logistics includes the integral planning, control and realisation of all information and goods flows of a company. As a result it is a substantial element to achieve economic success. [Helmut Baumgarten / Logistik-Management – Strategien - Konzepte - Praxisbeispiele].

The success of logistics is primarily defined by the ability to provide

  • the right product
  • in the right condition
  • at the right time
  • in the right place
  • the right amount
  • to the right costs and
  • with the right information.

There is no need to say that it is also important to consider the right packaging as No. 8.

Alike for the federal republic logistics industry with its different disciplines is very important for the business location of the federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV), serving as a logistics junction of the Baltic Sea Region and the Tans-European Transport Network. The transportation and logistics sector counts more than 40,000 employees in the year of 2014. This corresponds to a share of 7.4 % of the total employment in MV and is dominated by

  • professions in the field of transportation and delivery (41 %)
  • professions in the field of warehousing and transfer (40 %) as well as
  • professions in the field of administration and commercials (19 %) [Fraunhofer SCS / Logistikbeschäftigung in Deutschland – Vermessung, Bedeutung und Struktur].

The range of capabilities and innovative capacity of the logistics service providers and logistics-related companies, measured by the status quo as well as the latest developments, has not tapped its full potential. With this tool providing information on logistics in MV you have got the chance to convince yourself of the regional expertise and to benefit from it.