Bestufs of Kaposvar City

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Thematic focus: freight logistics in small and medium sized cities. Approaches, solutions and success factors

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Bestufs of Kaposvar City

  1. 1. EXPLORATION OF THE CITY-LOGISTIC POSSIBILITIES IN URBANISATION AREA OF KAPOSVÁR
  2. 2. OUR CITY’S CITY-LOGISTICAL BASIC PROBLEMS: 15-20 year old worn-out truck fleet Uncoordinated truck- and good distribution traffic Only the multinational companies have relatively independent transport-distribution strategy, but these are not harmonized with each other As many products, groups of products, manufacturers, as many freight trips necessary EVERYBODY CAN CARRY ANYTHING FOR EVERYBODY!?
  3. 3. Founding of the conception Derivation of the city-logistic targets from the transport policy The latest trends of good transport- logistics Logistic situation of the Kaposvár urbanisation area
  4. 4. Urbanization Area of Kaposvár
  5. 5. Detailes: the changes of the structure have to be analyzed In factory size, workplace, place of living and in commerce In consumption of the manufacturers and the population In technologies
  6. 6. The best alternative has to be chosen: A.) Transport alliance? (based on the cooperative collaboration of the stakeholders) B.) Cooperative planning of the city freight transport? (based on modern surveying methods) C.) Establishing of city-logistic centre? (brown-field investments) D.) Virtual logistic centre? (as public utility)
  7. 7. Coordinated transport zones of the Kaposvár Regional Centre lock lock lock TERMINAL lock lock
  8. 8. Urbanization Area of Kaposvár lock lock lock lock lock lock CENTRE lock lock lock lock lock lock
  9. 9. THE EXPECTABLE POZITIVE IMPACTS ARE DEMONSTRABLE(+) to the inhabitants of the city to the operators to the users In sum, the improvement of the logistic services and the supply increases the economic potential of the region and attracts more investors!
  10. 10. The role of the „owner of the city” in the improvement of the city logistic system: In a wider sense logistic is a cost-effective art hove to move persons, goods, vehicles and information! Whose the city to whom belomgs the problem of economicalness too! The drafted concepts of developments affect in more relation the impact areas of the city logistics: city traffic, area planning/area utilisation, environment, economicalness.
  11. 11. NOWDAYS THE CITY-LOGISTICS MEANS URBAN LOGISTICS, WHICH EXTENDS TO: the support of the optimal operation of the surroundings, the tasks coming from the commerce, moreover investigates the connections and impacts between persons, information and organisations, taking into account the predictions and trends, gives a possibility to answer the future challenges of the city development.
  12. 12. trade production haulier companies Experts/ Municipalities Consultants possible contractor/ Associations subcontractors Two-level modelling Two-level modelling Of the freight transport flow Of the freight transport flow
  13. 13. LOGISTIC SERVICE CENTRE Institutional CLK Basic services logistic services Regulation Additional services logistic services Safety, security Information and services consultancy services
  14. 14. Basic Logistic services CLK Service connected to transport preparation (call for bids, forwarding of goods, vehicle ordering) Service connecting conventional freight traffic (local- and long-distance transport, industrial track-service, loading and unloading or transfer, parcel-making) Services connecting combined transport (attended, unattended) Services connecting storage (temporally storage, wage- storage, customs-yard, customs free-zone service consignation storage possibilities, issuing of warehouse- tickets, commissioning, other activities) End-logistics services (packaging, pricing, labelling, installation, confectioning, JIT-principle delivery)
  15. 15. Transport organisation based on the place of origin of the goods A A B B C C SAME TYPE OF PRODUCTS, TO DIFFERENT PLACES (Primitive conditions!)
  16. 16. Transport organisation based on the customer side of the goods ABC A ABC CLK B ABC C BIMODAL FUNKCTION DIFFERENT TYPE OF PRODUCTS, TO THE SAME PLACE
  17. 17. KOMBI RAIL
  18. 18. LOGISTICS BOX TYPES ABC
  19. 19. CONCLUSION To rebuild the economic competitiveness of the region is possible only through the product quality connected to a higher skill of service quality In this surplus of the service quality — containing the modern warehousing, packaging, using of parcel-making devices, the modern transport methods and information- flows, the tracing of the way of the goods, the warehousing close to the market, home- delivery etc. — the economic potential of the area / region is reflecting.
  20. 20. SUMMARY SUMMARY FOLLOWING THE „GATEWAY” CONCEPT THE „TELEHOUSES” AS SMALL-REGIONAL LOGISTIC CENTRES CAN MANAGE THE COLLECTION- AND DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS WITHIN THE SUPPLING ZONE OF THE CLK. SO THE INTRODUCED CITY/URBAN LOGISTIC SOLUTIONS POSSIBLY CAN SERVE THE ECONOMIC RISE OF THE SMALL REGIONS AND SACK-SETTLEMENTS TOO!
  21. 21. Suppliers Destinations Suppliers Destinations City- logistical centre Until now After this Will IIlose Will lose I’m laying the I’m laying the if IIleft out? if left out? foundation! foundation!
  22. 22. Contact: Gábor KELLER Regional Director Hungarian Logistics Association West-Transdanubian Regional Organization H-7400, 3 Béke St. Kaposvár Telephone: (+36) 82 / 428 - 048 Mobile: (+36) 30 / 605 - 5949 E-mail:keller_gabor@t-online.hu E-mail:keller_gabor@t-online.hu

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