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Samordnade varuleveranser till gallerior - Hur kan det appliceras på centrala gatustråk?

Pier, Tobias LU (2015) MVEM12 20151
Studies in Environmental Science
Abstract
Due to the fact that urbanization increases cities are getting denser. With increasing population comes increased demand for goods and services. However, the more transportation of goods within urban areas the more
greenhouse gases is emitted and particular matter spread. In addition to this, an increasing amount of heavy vehicles lead to noise pollution and congestion, which could limit a city’s economic growth and make it less attractive to live in. To address the problem transportation of goods within urban areas must become more efficient. A solution could possibly be the usage of urban consolidation centres, located outside the city centre, to where goods are delivered and consolidated into smaller and more efficient vehicles for the... (More)
Due to the fact that urbanization increases cities are getting denser. With increasing population comes increased demand for goods and services. However, the more transportation of goods within urban areas the more
greenhouse gases is emitted and particular matter spread. In addition to this, an increasing amount of heavy vehicles lead to noise pollution and congestion, which could limit a city’s economic growth and make it less attractive to live in. To address the problem transportation of goods within urban areas must become more efficient. A solution could possibly be the usage of urban consolidation centres, located outside the city centre, to where goods are delivered and consolidated into smaller and more efficient vehicles for the last mile distribution. This study examines the success
factors and barriers for previous European projects using an urban consolidation centre. Furthermore, the study looks at what lessons could be learned from the concept used at shopping centres when it comes to consolidating deliveries. Two interviews were made with the landlords of Triangeln and Malmö Central Station respectively to learn more about
their concepts regarding delivery of goods.
The literature review of previous projects showed that the most important parameter to make the concept economically viable is the number of packages delivered using the consolidation centre. Furthermore, value-adding services such as waste removal and storage during short periods could be included as success factors. The concepts of the shopping centres differed by some means from the ones of central street streaks. Primarily, the participation from the retailers
is compulsory for the studied shopping centres in Malmö and secondly, the landlords are sole owners of the concept and the number of actors involved is fewer. (Less)
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Samordnade varuleveranser

Tack vare urbanisering blir våra städer förtätade. Fler ska samsas på mindre ytor samtidigt som behovet av leveranser till städerna ökar. Genom att samordna leveranserna som ska köras in till stadskärnan i en stad kan man undvika den negativa miljöpåverkan som tunga fordon belastar en stad och dess invånare med.

Att leverera den sista biten fram till butik är ofta den sträcka som är mest ineffektiv och bidrar till negativ miljöpåverkan. Stora lastbilar som ska trängas med övriga trafikanter i städers centrala delar bidrar bland annat till ökade utsläpp av växthusgaser, partiklar och förhöjda bullernivåer, vilka gör staden mindre attraktiv att leva i. En lösning för att komma runt problemet kan vara att... (More)
Samordnade varuleveranser

Tack vare urbanisering blir våra städer förtätade. Fler ska samsas på mindre ytor samtidigt som behovet av leveranser till städerna ökar. Genom att samordna leveranserna som ska köras in till stadskärnan i en stad kan man undvika den negativa miljöpåverkan som tunga fordon belastar en stad och dess invånare med.

Att leverera den sista biten fram till butik är ofta den sträcka som är mest ineffektiv och bidrar till negativ miljöpåverkan. Stora lastbilar som ska trängas med övriga trafikanter i städers centrala delar bidrar bland annat till ökade utsläpp av växthusgaser, partiklar och förhöjda bullernivåer, vilka gör staden mindre attraktiv att leva i. En lösning för att komma runt problemet kan vara att använda sig av samlastningscentraler belägna strax utanför stadskärnan. Där samlastas allt gods som ska in i staden till mindre och mer miljöeffektiva fordon för den slutliga leveransen.

Tidigare projekt som använt sig av en samlastningscentral har uppvisat svårigheter att få det att gå ihop ekonomiskt. I studien presenteras ett antal tidigare projekt runtom i Europa och framgångsfaktorer respektive utmaningar/hinder för de olika projekten redovisas.

Vad kan man lära sig av gallerior?
För att titta närmare på hur sådana här koncept kan utvecklas har två gallerior i Malmö studerats. Triangeln och Malmö centralstation använder sig av liknande system där allt gods som ska levereras till butikerna och restaurangerna anländer till ett gemensamt ställe för att sedan levereras ut under samordnade former. I intervjuer med fastighetsägarna för de båda galleriorna diskuteras hur centrala gatustråk kan dra lärdom av koncepten som råder i galleriorna. (Less)
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greenhouse gases is emitted and particular matter spread. In addition to this, an increasing amount of heavy vehicles lead to noise pollution and congestion, which could limit a city’s economic growth and make it less attractive to live in. To address the problem transportation of goods within urban areas must become more efficient. A solution could possibly be the usage of urban consolidation centres, located outside the city centre, to where goods are delivered and consolidated into smaller and more efficient vehicles for the last mile distribution. This study examines the success
factors and barriers for previous European projects using an urban consolidation centre. Furthermore, the study looks at what lessons could be learned from the concept used at shopping centres when it comes to consolidating deliveries. Two interviews were made with the landlords of Triangeln and Malmö Central Station respectively to learn more about
their concepts regarding delivery of goods.
The literature review of previous projects showed that the most important parameter to make the concept economically viable is the number of packages delivered using the consolidation centre. Furthermore, value-adding services such as waste removal and storage during short periods could be included as success factors. The concepts of the shopping centres differed by some means from the ones of central street streaks. Primarily, the participation from the retailers
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  author       = {Pier, Tobias},
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  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Samordnade varuleveranser till gallerior - Hur kan det appliceras på centrala gatustråk?},
  year         = {2015},
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