Go2PI: Practically proved steps to implement the Physical Internet

Florian Ehrentraut, Christian Landschützer, Hans-Christian Graf, Andreas Gasperlmair, Sophie-Therese Hörtenhuber

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Abstract

The visions and concepts of recent research in "Physical Internet" (PI) try to avoid waste of resources in sustainable supply chains. Based on cross-company collaboration new principles of resource sharing shall be introduced. Therefore, higher-level coordination instances and new business standards are needed to increase the overall efficiency and to significantly reduce traffic in order to gain a substantial reduction in traffic. The research project “Go2PI” creates criteria and guidelines regarding aspects of technical infrastructure, information systems and operational processes to develop a provider neutral and open business model for distribution logistics. These guidelines are outlined and presented in this paper in three main implementation steps: Setting the vision for coopetition, standardization of logistics operations and standardization of financial clearing models. Additionally, further research objectives like business models, PI-hypersystem and the qualification process for transport service providers are described.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIPIC2016
Subtitle of host publicationpapers
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2016
Event3rd International Physical Internet conference - Georgia Tech, Atlanta, United States
Duration: 29 Jun 20161 Jul 2016
http://www.pi.events/IPIC2016/

Conference

Conference3rd International Physical Internet conference
Abbreviated titleIPIC16
CountryUnited States
CityAtlanta
Period29/06/161/07/16
Internet address

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World Wide Web
Business model
Standardization
Service provider
New business
Logistics
Qualification
Supply chain
Resource sharing
Information systems
Coopetition
Resources
Distribution/logistics

Keywords

  • Physical Internet
  • Physical Internet Guidelines
  • coopetition
  • standardization
  • roadmap to the Physical Internet
  • Go2PI

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Business, Management and Accounting(all)

Fields of Expertise

  • Mobility & Production

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Ehrentraut, F., Landschützer, C., Graf, H-C., Gasperlmair, A., & Hörtenhuber, S-T. (2016). Go2PI: Practically proved steps to implement the Physical Internet. In IPIC2016: papers

Go2PI : Practically proved steps to implement the Physical Internet. / Ehrentraut, Florian; Landschützer, Christian; Graf, Hans-Christian ; Gasperlmair, Andreas; Hörtenhuber, Sophie-Therese.

IPIC2016: papers. 2016.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearch

Ehrentraut, F, Landschützer, C, Graf, H-C, Gasperlmair, A & Hörtenhuber, S-T 2016, Go2PI: Practically proved steps to implement the Physical Internet. in IPIC2016: papers. 3rd International Physical Internet conference, Atlanta, United States, 29/06/16.
Ehrentraut F, Landschützer C, Graf H-C, Gasperlmair A, Hörtenhuber S-T. Go2PI: Practically proved steps to implement the Physical Internet. In IPIC2016: papers. 2016
Ehrentraut, Florian ; Landschützer, Christian ; Graf, Hans-Christian ; Gasperlmair, Andreas ; Hörtenhuber, Sophie-Therese. / Go2PI : Practically proved steps to implement the Physical Internet. IPIC2016: papers. 2016.
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