Are you interested in solving complex logistics challenges by applying simulation models that lead to a solution that is implemented in a real operating terminal?
Using proven simulation models to mimic existing terminals or terminals that are yet to be build, you determine the best performing terminal design and further optimize this design to get the best performance! Because every terminal has its own unique characteristics, every project is different leading to different logistical challenge to solve.
By modelling different designs into the simulation models and by varying the (amount of) equipment you can provide a terminal with a lot of insights. You can provide a terminal with the type of equipment and amount of equipment that gives the best performance while also taking the costs into consideration. Providing a heat map of the traffic to indicate possible problem areas or calculating long term capacity of a terminal. These are all examples of what you can do by applying TBAs simulation models.
To stay at the forefront of developments in the port and warehouse business and to consolidate our leading position in the field of software for automated container equipment, TBA is working on various R&D initiatives. These initiatives are often supported by students. We mostly work with students with a background in Operations Research, Engineering or Computer science, but we are also work with students that have affinity with simulation and modelling of logistic processes.
There will be opportunities to travel and work abroad due to the international character of our business. Besides that, TBA believes that training is an essential part to keep on improving. We have our own academy, to make sure that all the employees are up to date with the latest developments in the port business.
TBA Group is a leading international provider of software and services for ports, terminals and warehouses with over 150 live installations worldwide. Our product and service portfolio concentrates on marine, intermodal, container and bulk terminals as well as providing software for warehouses. Our vision is to offer a world-class, end-to-end, integrated software and consultancy solution for the entire lifecycle of ports, terminals and warehouses. A scalable portfolio of solutions that work for small or large operations, either manual or automated.
TBA has offices in the Netherlands (Delft and Amsterdam), United Kingdom (Doncaster and Leicester), Romania (Satu Mare) and Germany (Dusseldorf). In addition, our workforce includes local representatives in North America, South America and Oceania.
Number of employees in The Netherlands: 90.
Average age of employees: 35.
Male / Female ratio: 75:25.
TBA is continuous looking for new members of our international team of 250 experts.
For more information or if you have any questions about TBA, feel free to contact Melanie van Wijngaarden at email@example.com.