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      A satellite navigation system to improve the management of intermodal drayage  [Article]

      Escudero Santana, Alejandro; Muñuzuri, Jesús; Arango Pastrana, Carlos Alberto; Onieva, Luis (Elsevier, 2011)
      The intermodal transport chain can become more efficient by means of a good organization of the drayage movements. Drayage in intermodal container terminals involves the pick up or delivery of containers at customer ...
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      Berth allocation planning in Seville inland port by simulation and optimisation  [Article]

      Arango Pastrana, Carlos Alberto; Cortés, Pablo; Muñuzuri, Jesús; Onieva, Luis (Elsevier, 2011)
      We study the problems associated with allocating berths for containerships in the port of Seville. It is the only inland port in Spain and it is located on the Guadalquivir River. This paper addresses the berth allocation ...
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      Dynamic approach to solve the daily drayage problem with travel time uncertainty  [Article]

      Escudero Santana, Alejandro; Muñuzuri, Jesús; Guadix Martín, José; Arango Pastrana, Carlos Alberto (Elsevier, 2012)
      The intermodal transport chain can become more e cient by means of a good organization of drayage movements. Drayage in intermodal container terminals involves the pick up and delivery of containers at customer locations, ...
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      Heurística de asignación en tiempo real de vehículos a tareas de acarreo intermodal  [Article]

      Escudero Santana, Alejandro; Muñuzuri, Jesús; Guadix Martín, José; Arango Pastrana, Carlos Alberto (2011)
      La asignación de tareas en sistemas de transporte ha sido tradicionalmente hecho una vez al día. Al comienzo de la jornada, el decisor establece que tareas deben ser llevadas a cabo por cada vehículo. Entonces, atascos, ...
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      Simulation-optimization models for the dynamic berth allocation problem  [Article]

      Arango Pastrana, Carlos Alberto; Cortés, Pablo; Onieva, Luis; Escudero Santana, Alejandro (Blackwell Publishing, 2013)
      Container terminals are designed to provide support for the continuous changes in container ships. The most common schemes used for dock management are based on discrete and continuous locations. In view of the ...