Our Managing Director, Peter Bouwhuis, has conducted a 2 day training to a large group of professionals from both the Project Forwarders side as well as the Shippers (or Cargo Owner) side in Antwerp the 2 days prior to the opening of the BreakBulk Europe 2016.
Good Practice: A detailed Project Freight Plan should be developed and agreed by Project Management. It provides the following benefits: Translates the high-level project objectives into a comprehensive ‘roadmap’ of tangible deliverables. Provides a complete list of resource requirements. Provides a realistic valuation of project schedules. Allows estimated project logistics costs to […]
Projects are divided into six stages: Project and Scope Definition. Project Initiation. Project Planning. Project Execution. Monitoring & Control. Project Closure. Each project stage is characterised by a distinct set of activities that take the logistics project from the first idea to its conclusion. Each stage is of equal importance […]
Specific: A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. To set a specific goal you must answer the six “W” questions: Who – Who is involved? What – What do I want to accomplish? Where – Identify a location. When – Establish a time […]
A project plan is successful when the needs of the stakeholders have been met. A stakeholder is anybody directly, or indirectly impacted by the project. As a first step, it is important to identify the stakeholders in your project. It is not always easy to identify the stakeholders of a […]
At the heart of every project lies a plan that drives the activities that result in the final outcome of the initially intend by the overall Project. This is as much the case in the Project Freight Management or Project Logistics. Delivering on what was planned in a timely manner, […]