3NTOCC – it means: No Train, No Terminal, No Truck (3NT) Operating Common Carrier (OCC) – Presented by Prof. Wojciech Paprocki PhD, SGH Warsaw School of Economics at the Unmanned Cargo Ship Conference, which takes place on June 13, 2017, at Maaspoort, Venlo, The Netherlands.
The digital technologies give new opportunity to achieve edge on the market of transport services for the operators of virtual platforms. These operators do not need to own hardware assets but they should be able to satisfy the shippers offering them requested services on very attractive rates. The implementation of the new business models is possible creating the integrated data base which reflect the potential of players in the intermodal transport: railway and terminal managers, rail operators and truckers. The prerequisite is proper cooperation with the biggest shipping companies, which carry out the global transport of containers.
About Prof. Wojciech Paprocki
Experience as top manager of transport companies providing the services on the European market. Currently full professor active in field of research and development in field of supply chain management and Industry 4.0. Member of the advisory and supervisory boards in companies in Germany and Poland.
About SGH Warsaw School of Economics
SGH Warsaw School of Economics is the oldest university of economics in Poland. Its mission has continuously been educating economists and business leaders serving the nation, country and the region. SGH is famous for its tradition, flexible adjustments of programmes to students’ needs, unquestionable education level, and successful alumni.
Sea freight volumes continue to increase and shipping industry is challenged with finding new ways to offer competitive and sustainable services. Still in its infancy, research and development projects into unmanned maritime cargo initiatives are aiming to bring about massive disruptions in the global transportation world throughout the complete logistics value chain.
Focus topics: Remote control technology; Security; Legal and liability implications;Autonomous operation architecture (5G / satellite);Human factors;New value chains / business models and more…..
The Unmanned Cargo Ship Conference is part of the first global multimodal unmanned cargo systems event – a two-day event (Jun 13-14, 2017) that includes 4 dedicated conferences and an exhibition:Cargo Innovation Conference; Unmanned Cargo Ship Conference; Unmanned Cargo Ground Vehicle Conference; Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference; Smart Logistics Expo