Station Manager

The station manager plans and optimises the use of resources in a company and is responsible for ensuring that the logistics process runs smoothly.


The station manager is faced with the challenge of utilising his resources efficiently in order to handle the required logistics processes in a lean and efficient manner within the available infrastructure. By optimising these processes, the company aims to increase efficiency and reduce costs.


Data Overview

To guarantee an optimised logistics process, it is essential to consider different levels in the planning.

These include daily, transport-specific, partnership, regional and resource-related planning.

Planning on a daily basis enables flexible reactions to unforeseen events and maximises efficiency in day-to-day operations.

Traffic-specific planning takes into account changes in demand to ensure trouble-free operations.

Partnership, resource-based and regional planning enables seamless collaboration with external partners and the consideration of local requirements, infrastructure and resources.

See the Differences

Management by exception looks at differences at planning dates, such as plan/plan or plan/actual. Delays/deviations are analysed in order to identify possible causes and take appropriate measures to adjust the planning. The aim is to improve planning accuracy and optimise adherence to schedules.


Working in different planning views makes it possible to work on the basis of standardised data. This includes calendar-based planning, in which events and tasks are planned in a chronological context, as well as tabular planning, which enables data to be presented clearly in the form of tables. By combining these planning views, complex projects can be efficiently coordinated and managed.


Automating planning and optimising planning go hand in hand to make processes more efficient and improve results. Automation allows repetitive tasks to be performed automatically, saving time, reducing human error and improving the quality of results.


Centralised data storage guarantees that all relevant information is stored in one place and is easily accessible. This promotes collaboration and enables consistent data management. The integrated solution makes it possible to seamlessly link different business processes and provides a holistic view of the organisation