Guest lecture ship post graduate course
The ITMMA (Institute of Transport and Maritime Management Antwerp) is an autonomous institute within the University of Antwerp. The academic institute has a leading position in the fields of transport economics, including maritime transport economics, port economics and logistics.
ITMMA offers several academic programmes which among the Postgraduate Diploma in Transport and Logistics Management (Pg.Dip.TLM). This programme contains a course Warehouse and Distribution Management. ITMMA decided to invite a teaching guest for the approach of solving practical handling issues (e.g. warehouse design). Groenewout has the logistics knowledge and expertise in warehouse operations to make it practical for its students and to keep a high quality university level.
Groenewout has committed four lessons for the Warehouse Management part within this course. Therefore Groenewout had prepared dedicated lessons to perform the specific course in four lessons. A business case has been handled after the theoretic part.
- Teaching practical knowledge with the students
- Increasing knowledge of solving material handling problems and warehouse operations management.
Click here for the interview “Groenewout is active in guest lectures for Warehouses and Hinterland Distribution Management programme in Antwerp”with Dr. Wout Dullaert, Associate Professor at the ITMMA (University of Antwerp) by Tjaart Theron.
50 years of experience
Consulting firm with over 50 years of experience.
Availability of a European logistics database with benchmark figures on transportation and warehouse costs.
Full scope expertise on network design, as well as warehouse design (conceptual layout, logistics - and storage equipment) and logistics building design (engineering and investment calculations).
Ability to support implementation of new logistics concepts (70% of Groenewout revenue is with existing customers in follow-up/implementation projects.
Extensive operational knowledge, hands-on, pragmatic and bottom-up approach.