Stikkordarkiv: Logistics

LogistikkForums årlige utenlandstur: Gøteborg

GØTEBORG (Panorama): Onsdag 15. mars dro studenter fra HiMolde til Gøteborg. LogistikkForums utenlandstur kunne i år friste med bedriftsbesøk til blant annet SKF og Port of Gothenburg Været var ikke særlig medgjørlig når de siste studentene fra Molde skulle reise fra Molde til Oslo for å rekke toget til Gøteborg. En student kom seg ikke … Fortsett å lese LogistikkForums årlige utenlandstur: Gøteborg

Molde and Zlin research cooperation moving on from social economy to logistics

ZLIN (Panorama): Researchers in Zlin and Molde have contributed to a monograph that is soon to be published, titled «The Social Economy, Social Enterprises and outline of sustainability». By SEBASTIAN GUSTAFSSON In January 2016, Molde University College received an invitation from Tomas Bata University in Zlin (Czech Republic), applying for a grant from the European … Fortsett å lese Molde and Zlin research cooperation moving on from social economy to logistics

There is still a gap between students

After three consecutive years of the get-together party for the first-year master’s students, no one can deny that the event is benefitting relations between international and Norwegian students. However, there is still a significant gap. The get-together party for the first-year master’s students has become a tradition at HiMolde. It is often held by the new Student Representative … Fortsett å lese There is still a gap between students

Rotterdam – the hatchery of logistics jobs

ROTTERDAM (Panorama): «It is always nice to have a fresh international attitude in the company,» commented Kees Groeneveld, an executive of the NCL branch stationed in Rotterdam, on possible employment of Norwegians in the company. But how to get there? When it comes to logistics, Rotterdam could be considered the capital of Europe. The behemoth of … Fortsett å lese Rotterdam – the hatchery of logistics jobs

Vibeke’s next tattoo is all about her sister

HiMolde-student Vibeke Tessem Sperre was worried about what her father would say, but that didn’t keep her away from the tattoo artist. By MESAY MOGES MENEBO WHO? Vibeke Tessem Sperre (23) from Ålesund is interested in music, math and creativity. The clean look and systematic arrangement of goods in local stores which she observed as … Fortsett å lese Vibeke’s next tattoo is all about her sister

Truly breaking the ice

Continuing the success from last year, the social get-together event for the first year logistics master students was organised again this year. By NANCY LE and EDEN GAO (photo) The main purpose for the event is to help students get to know their classmates and encourage better interaction between Norwegian and foreign students. The night … Fortsett å lese Truly breaking the ice

Driving the stars

«The volunteers  are absolutely crucial for us. Without them we would not be able to offer so many free concerts and other events,» says the leader of Moldejazz, Hans-Olav Solli . Moldejazz is a large festival. And as every event manager knows a happening of such  scale could not be sustainable unless volunteer work is … Fortsett å lese Driving the stars

3D Printing is The Future

In the middle of the second and last day of NOFOMA Conference at Himolde University College a  plenary session was held. During which Associate prof. Amir Sasson currently  operating at BI, Norwegian Business School , gave speech about the future of the industrial production and its impact on logistics. He believes that future belongs to … Fortsett å lese 3D Printing is The Future

Big expectations for a small town

Five international students on Molde Campus speak their honest opinion about what they expected of student life in Molde and how it actually turned out to be. By MESAY MOGES MENEBO and PAVLA UJMIAKOVA (photo) Puneeth Parthasarathi (India, MSc Engineering Logistics), who has work experience in logistics and supply chain management in the telecom industry, discovered Molde … Fortsett å lese Big expectations for a small town

The secret master chef

A passion for fine dining drove PhD-student Birnir Egilsson to work in Michelin starred restaurant kitchens. Now he is applying his passion for sports on supply chain management. By PAVLA UJMIAKOVA When Birnir Egilsson was four, his parents opened a restaurant. “I spent a lot of time in the kitchen with my dad peeling potatoes … Fortsett å lese The secret master chef