Guest lecturer on logistics and supply chain-related topics

For many years, Groenewout has been participating as a guest lecturer on logistics and supply chain-related topics at various universities, including the VU University of Amsterdam, University of Antwerp, Ghent University and NHTV University of Applied Sciences in Breda. In the 2nd quarter of 2014, Mo Lasgaa shared his extensive experience in warehousing and distribution management as a guest lecturer at the VU University of Amsterdam. His presentation provided insight into Logistic Solutions within the World...

Expert publications Groenewout in top 10

Groenewout is proud to be awarded with eight positions in the year overview expert publications 2013 on logistiek.nl. 2. Vijf klassieke lessen: faillissement online-kruidenier Webvan 3. Zonnepanelen op dc's: hoe rendabel is dat? 4. Hoe verdient de groothandel geld aan een order? 6. Vijf belangrijkste ontwikkelingen in farmacie 22. De e-commerce netwerkstructuur van de toekomst 63. Ganzen als beveiliging: hanteer oude principes 101. Besparen door effectief benutten van vastgoedmarkt 106. E-commerce verandert logistieke speelveld: trends en uitdagingen The overview has...

Awarded top 3 position SC Consulting Companies

Groenewout is proud to be awarded a 2nd position in the 2013 'Top 10 Supply Chain Consulting Companies'. In its December 2013 edition, Supply Chain Magazine published an overview of the top 10 Supply Chain Consulting Companies in the Netherlands. This rating is based on a survey amongst Logistics and Supply Chains consulting companies. Click here for the article: Top 3 Supply Chain Consultancy Ranking (in Dutch version).

Column Logistic Hotspots NL (Logistiek Magazine)

Mari van Kuijk contributed as one of four experts, to an article published in the May edition of Logistiek Magazine. Topic was the logistic hotspots in The Netherlands, particularly in relation to the growth of e-commerce. Click here for the article: (in Dutch only): Logistieke-hotspots-artikel-logistiek-magazine-mei-2013.

Book “Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry”

Approaching sustainability from the perspectives of engineering and multiple scientific disciplines, this book incorporates the concepts of intergenerational equity and ecological capabilities, while promoting scientific rigor for the analysis of sustainability and the use of appropriate metrics to determine the comparative merits of alternatives. The chapters are organized around the key non-technological themes of sustainable industrial chemistry and provide an overview of the managerial principles to enhance sustainability in the chemicals sector. The book...

Column Transport:costcenter or customer service?

Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, accountancy, tax, legal and advisory services. Mazars works for small and medium sized companies, large (international) companies and non-profit organizations. Mazars is positioned in the top 10 in the accountancy branch in the Netherlands and is, as part of the Mazars Group, one of the European market leaders in the field of accountancy. The market group Transport & Logistics of Mazars publishes a quarterly newsletter...

Guest lecturer at Ghent University and NHTV

As you may well know, Groenewout participates as guest lecturer on logistics & supply chains topics at various Universities as the University of Antwerp, Ghent University, NHTV University of Applied Sciences in Breda and Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen. On Monday February 25th 2013, Wendel Dijker will be a guest lecturer at the NTHV University of Applied Sciences in Breda. He will provide insight into storage systems and material handling. On Wednesday May 8th 2013, Mo...

Symposium ‘Your Global Business Hub’

On November 22nd Schiphol Area Development Company (SADC) and Vos & Partners organized the symposium ‘Your Global Business Hub’. The objective of this symposium was to discuss the logistics developments and innovations of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. Mari van Kuijk, Managing Director & Partner at Groenewout, presented on location selection in relation to supply chains. What can the development of the A4 Zone West learn if one looks in more detail to a typical location selection process at...

Logistics collaboration between Superunie members

Superunie is a purchasing organisation representing 13 independent retail formulas in the Netherlands. This article describes possibilities for logistics collaboration between Superunie members. This publication is written by Marcel te Lindert and with contribution of Alain Beerens, Managing Director at Groenewout. This article was published in Foodmagazine April 2012 (Dutch Version). Click here to download the article  Foodmagazine Logistiek kan SuperUnie niet veel meer winnen.

Guest lecturer at University of Antwerp

The Institute of Transport and Maritime Management Antwerp (ITMMA) has access to a global academic and industrial network and has acquired a leading position in the fields of transport economics, including maritime transport economics, port economics and logistics. The Institute welcomes guest lecturers from the academic world and the maritime and logistics industry in its courses every year. Since 2006, Groenewout participates as guest lecturer on operational logistics (e.g. warehouse design) in the Warehouse and...