1. Logistics Model of Cross-Border E-Commerce
Cross-border e-commerce grows significantly in recent years. There is a trend that more and more end users are participating overseas online shopping which brings the challenges to existing logistics models driven by traditional international trading.
The study is to answer the following questions:
- What are (new) service requirements related to e-commerce?
- What do the new service requirements mean to the transformation of the existing logistics models in cross border E-Commerce?
- How could the traditional logistics model be transformed to accommodate the cross border E-Commerce?
2. Concept for Urban Logistics Network Design
The research is a joint project in association with the leading local express service company. The goal is to reduce transport waste and to increase urban mobility efficiency through logistics optimization. The focus of the project is on substantial field tests in commercial transport in city logistics.