Multilevel warehousing in the Netherlands – TLN
|Company Name / Department
Transport en Logistiek Nederland (TLN)
Optional remote work
|Travel expenses (own account or reimbursed by the company)
|Housing arranged by company
|Housing expenses (how much per month, own account or subsidized by the company)
TLN is the Dutch business association for companies in logistics and transport based in Zoetermeer (Zuid-Holland).
The Netherlands is a high-density country with a lot of logistical activity. Public opinion is critical when it comes to the allocation of land to warehouses. However, the Netherlands has relatively few high-rise buildings. Specifically warehouses are often single-level, while they compete for scarcely available space. Therefore, this project aims to find out what the potential is of multi-level warehouses.
We aim to investigate:
- What are the additional costs and revenues of multilevel buildings.
- What are the main challenges for developing multilevel buildings
A concrete case with a cost-benefit analysis of a warehousing concept with one of the TLN members.
Goals of the project:
Insight into the possibilities of multilevel warehouses.
Report and Thesis
Essential student knowledge:
Knowledge of supply chains, warehouses, and affinity with construction en spatial development.
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