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Port Simulation

Port simulation is needed to accurately process all of the different factors that may be in play in a harbor on a given day. Most people have come to think of transportation via ship as a thing of the past (or the movies). When compared to airports, ship ports can look rather tame. Such looks are deceiving; ships may move more slowly that their airborne counterparts, but the logistics involved in docking a ship can be quite complex indeed.

First of all, there is scheduling to arrange. Delays in getting ships docked can be quite expensive, especially in container ports. Speaking of container ports, plans must also be made for appropriate security measures when it comes to container inspection. To top it all off, there is the weather. Docking on a windy or rainy day can be a much more difficult process than doing so on a bright and sunny afternoon.

How is one to account for all of these different elements? Port simulation software can reduce a number of different problems into a single scenario, making clear the effects of a given set of problems and giving dock administrators a chance to take precautionary measures in advance. The number of supplies or staff needed under unusual circumstances can be calculated in order to put procedures in place.

Advanced Port Simulation

Port simulation, along with many other kinds of simulation, can be done with the use of Flexsim software . Flexsim is built to handle the big, complex problems of big, complex companies. No matter what your simulation needs, Flexsim is more than ready to help you reach your goals. Talk over your specific requirements with us at (801) 224-6914 or sales@flexsim.com.



Flexsim Simulation Software


Simulation, experimentation, and optimization are the core technologies used by organizations to improve production output and decrease associated costs. With Flexsim Simulation Software, end-users can create a computerized 3-dimensional model that behaves like the actual system it represents. A simulation model of any manufacturing or material handling system or process can be created using Flexsim's drag and drop model building objects. Flexsim can determine the capacity of an entire plant, a single manufacturing line, or warehouse. Flexsim can balance labor and equipment requirements. Flexsim can be used to manage bottlenecks, solve excessive work-in-process problems, justify capital expenditures, establish proper inventory levels, improve order picking systems, and optimize production rates. The power and beauty of Flexsim is that your ideas for improving a process can be simulated, tested, and justified prior to implementing them in the actual system. The results of each simulation can be analyzed graphically through 3D animation, and through statistical reports and graphs, which are both excellent for communicating a model's purpose and results to both technical and non-technical audiences alike.

Roughly half of all Fortune 500 companies use Flexsim, including Ball Aerospace, Bechtel, Bose, Daimler Chrysler, Delphi Automotive, DHL, Discover Financial Services, Federal Express, General Mills, Meridian Automotive, Michelin, Northrop Grumman, Seagate Technology, Siemens, TRW, United Technologies, WW Grainger, The Federal Reserve Bank, Los Alamos National Laboratory, NASA, Sandia National Laboratory, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army.

In working with companies over the past decade, one characteristic that always surfaces in those companies that have been well managed over time is a "bias for action." They are companies always looking for methods, people, and tools that will help them improve what they do and how they do it. Simulation is the single most pragmatic behavior that innovative companies can apply to improving their ongoing processes. It's both a tool and practice that has the potential to immediately generate a two, ten, or hundred-fold return. We invite you to use Flexsim and begin to realize these amazing benefits of simulation.

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