Berth Allocation Problem Under Uncertainty: A Conceptual Model using Collaborative Approach

Adi Budipriyanto, Budisantoso Wirjodirdjo, Nyoman Pujawan, Saut Gurning
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
Berth as infrastructure in the port have an important role in the operation of container terminals. The performance of terminal to serve the customers is determined by availability of berth and facilities to support of container terminal activities. In the last decade, several research related of these issues had been conducted particularly in the berth allocation problem. Most of the researchers had developed the model base on deterministic assumptions whereas models which are considering
more » ... bility as uncertainty still rarely. Variability of ship arrival time and handling time are causes the difference between the schedule planned and actual berthing time. These difference reduce berth productivity due loading and unloading time could not predictable. This situation will influence to operational cost for shipping lines and terminal operators. This paper develop a conceptual model of ship-to-berth allocation considering variability of ship arrival and service time. Collaborative strategies is considered as an scenario through asset sharing and joint planning and operation. The objective to develop model are reducing total handling time and improve resources utilit y such as berth, quay crane, and container yard simultaneously.
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.11.059 fatcat:ocbdxu6jxfentfzkg3s7pfmjqm