MOST

Training course in Maritime Intermodality and the Motorways of the Sea

Accessing specific training in intermodal transport and Motorways of the Sea will allow you to design, build and manage door-to-door logistics operations more efficiently and safely, and will provide you with the tools to analyse direct costs and environmental impact for subsequent optimisation.

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Three days

English
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Barcelona
Genoa or Civitavecchia

€450

Includes accommodation (double/triple cabin), all activities listed in the programme and meals on board. Individual cabins are available at an additional cost.

Objectives
  • To provide knowledge in intermodal maritime logistics, short sea shipping services and motorways of the sea.
  • To foster collaborative work and group cohesiveness as a method to optimise the development of logistics chains.
Participant Profile
  • Professionals of the transport and maritime sectors
  • Logistics, transport management and international business students
Methodology

This course takes an inquiry-based learning approach. It takes place on board of a Ro-Pax vessel on the crossing between Barcelona and Genoa or Civitavecchia. Departure and arrival will be from the Port of Barcelona. During the trip, participants will attend lectures, workshops and work on a case study in groups. The difference between this course and MOST Management is that this course does not include an additional day for a tour of the visiting city. At the end of the course, successful participants will receive a diploma.

Students attending a lecture during one of the Escola's courses

Lectures

Participants listening to the crew during the bridge workshop - MOST course

Workshops

Navigation

Participants visiting the bridge of the Ro-Pax vessel during the MOST course

Networking

Contents

Check out the programmes of the upcoming editions:

  • Intermodal Logistics
  • Integration of MoS in Intermodal Logistics Chains
  • Logistics and Environment: Energy Efficiency
  • Competitive Analysis: Types of Operations and Comparison of Costs between Different Means of Transport
  • Port and Shipping Lines Services
Testimonials

Excelentes ponentes, una experiencia que nos permite ver la logística de transporte de una manera muy diferente a la que acostumbramos. Además de vivir, sufrir y disfrutar un viaje por el mediterráneo vía marítima. Gracias por todo!

 

In my point of view is very interesting, I learned a lot of process of shipment point. I want to thanks you for all you have done for us. It was my first time in a boat and it was very good. Thanks you.

Veramente una bellissima esperienza! Grazie!

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