Optimal Management of Human Resources in Transhipment Container Ports

Patrizia Serra, Massimo Di Francesco, Patrizia Serra, Gianfranco Fancello, Paola Zuddas

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    Abstract

    Human resources allocation plays a key role in Transhipment Maritime ContainerTerminals to achieve high levels of productivity and provide high quality services to shippingcompanies. The deep interest of container terminals in this issue can be supported by optimizationmethods. In this work, an optimization model is proposed to determine the optimal daily allocationof crane operators and trailer drivers. Different requirements are taken into account for permanentstaff, external workers and personnel shortfall. Since workforce undermanning is a crucial factorfor both shipping companies and container terminals, we aim to show that personnel shortfalls andoperation delays can be significantly reduced if the model encompasses a longer-than-one-dayplanning horizon in a rolling horizon fashion.
    Lingua originaleEnglish
    pagine (da-a)127-144
    Numero di pagine18
    RivistaMaritime Policy and Management
    Volume42
    Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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