The leading air company in Europe-Latin America performs an efficient planning
Iberia is Spain’s first airline and the fourth largest in Europe, plus, it is the leading airline in the Europe-Latin American market, with an superior destinations and frequencies.
Its business, which has been running for almost 90 years uninterruptedly, has mainly focused on three areas:
— passenger and freight transport
— aircraft maintenance
— aircraft handling
Iberia, a private enterprise that has been profitable for many years, is listed on the exclusive Ibex 35 index of the Spanish stock exchange.
Iberia is the number one handling operator in Spain. The implementation of GoalStaff® in this collective has guaranteed the fulfillment of the agreement, as well as the equal work assignment among employees, saving costs associated to its growth and, specially, organizing and coordinating the planning of 7.000 persons automatically and efficiently.
— Fleet: 132 aircrafts
— Destinations: 115 in 42 countries
— Transported passengers: 32.5 million per year
— Daily flights (approx.): 600
— Employees: 18,500
— Main Benefit: Optimal sizing and a better work distribution
Restructuring the urban transport in a city with 10,000,000 inhabitants
Sistema de Transporte Masivo del Tercer Milenio -TransMilenio- is part of SITM (Integrated Massive Transport System) of Bogotá, which includes the cycle route network and future suburban train projects along with the first subway line.
This service’s beginnings were attributed to investment obtained through a combination of the fuel additional tax and with contributions from the Capital District and National Government. The construction of infrastructure and road networks and maintenance, is performed by Bogota’s Urban Development Institute (IDU).
The system is comprised of articulated and bi-articulated vehicles with fixed stops at exclusive stations. It operates much like a Metro, but uses articulated buses instead. It is one of the most important BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) systems in the world. This system has two exclusive lanes on both sides of the station to enable the articulated express service vehicles to overtake standard service.
Additionally, the zone operation started in 2010, an important milestone in the transport operations of the city. Mass public transport is replaced with an integrated transport system with fare integration in zone and main operations, aiming to have a single payment method.
Currently, the system has 1,800 BRT buses, 775 feeder buses, 5,339 buses for zone operations. This system has 144 main stations and has transported 4 billion passengers since its creation, with more than 250 million passengers per year.
There are 142 BRT routes, 109 feeder routes and 246 zone routes. The main operations have 112 km of lanes. This is the equivalent of going around the world more than 20,000 times. Goal Systems was a part of this project from the very beginning, providing the capacity to meet the service needs in number of units and drivers and in the set-up of the service through bringing the current operating plans into effect using its GoalBus®and GoalDriver®tools.
— Actual fleet: 12,000 Buses
— Expected fleet: 14,000 Buses for 2015
— Stations: 114
— Yearly Transported Passangers: 250 millions
— Kms of Routes: 112 on the main operation
— Number of planners: 8
— Drivers: 15000
— Main Benefit: Savings on Buses needed
and Optimal Service Planning.
Leading the world’s rail transport service
SNCF-TGV is the European leader in High Speed technology. As innovators in this technology, the TGV has absorbed a large amount of customers who formerly traveled by plane, due to reduced travelling time, especially for distances of less than three hours. The absence of the characteristic protocols and inspections at airports have considerably reduced the time that trains need for completing their routes.
The GoalRail®optimization system plans the material graphics of French TGV compositions, jointly sorting out the maintenance, the type of composition, and the kind of material to be used in each service in accordance with passenger demand.
The response times of the tool reduce national planning of the TGVs from weeks to a few hours.
In the last tests performed, a saving of 12 engines has been achieved, which is an exceptional result for the company.
— Actual fleet: 6000 engines
— Employees: 180.000
— High Speed fleet: 350 engines
— Weekly trains: 5500
— Railway kilometers: 1 540 km
— Transported passengers: 1.055 Millions
— Transported Tons: 106 Millions
— Main Benefit: Savings on engines needed and better maintenance distribution
One of the most modern airlines in Europe
Air Europa, established in 1986, belongs to the air transport division of Globalia Corporación. Since 1991, Air Europa has become one of the most modern European airlines in all of Europe
Its main operational metrics include: 45 aircrafts, nine million passengers per year and 60 destinations in 20 countries; its operations are focused on Spain, Western Europe, Northern Africa and Latin America. The implementation of GoalPlane® has meant compliance with their collective agreements, anequitable distribution of work among the crews, and the forecast of costs associated to its growth and an important savings of operation costs.
Recently, the crews have been successfully planned the introduction of new European Regulations (Subpart-Q).
— Actual fleet: 45 planes
— Crew: 2,000 crew members
— Daily transported passengers: 25000
— Number of planners: 4
— Bases: 7
— Destinations: 60
— Countries: 20
— Main Benefit: Savings on Operative and
A model in railway logistics solves its freight planning efficiently
Renfe Mercancías is focused on variables of different economic sectors, this allows it to adapt to the different and changing requirements of the market. Innovation in technology and processes is favoring a more efficient and competitive offer.
In a market with a growing demand for complete solutions, Renfe Mercancías is a model in railway logistics, able to deal with or take part in any type of logistics chain. Renfe’s Enterprise Group currently operates 11 companies in the Freight Transport Sectors.
Goal Systems has created, designed and developed a new GoalRail® module for Renfe Mercancías. This module solves the planning of railcar loading on the company’s platforms efficiently, while respecting European security regulations.
— Actual fleet: 360 Engines
— Transported Tons: 30 Millions
— Employees: 2.500
— Wagons: 6.000
— Daily Containers: 18000
— Main Benefit: Savings on Engines needed, empty trips and crew members
An icon of innovation and quality in Mexico optimizes its resources with GOAL SYSTEMS
Grupo ADO is a service quality role model in Mexico; Operating in Mexico as TAPO, it controls 4 bus stations, and is considered to be a world leader in managing large scale operations.
Grupo ADO also offers courier, urban transport and hotel and restaurant services. It is a model for other Mexican interurban transport companies for its technology and innovation. Due to the use of our tools GoalBus® and GoalDriver®, our client has obtained an ROI of 5 to 7%, aside from many other direct and indirect savings. As a result, the company has obtained a complete Return on Investment 6 months after the implementation of the system.
Grupo ADO has changed many process standards used during the last 70 years, the most important being the centralization of planning at Mexico City headquarters. The system communicates with HR systems, fleets, operations, garages and, in this particular case, is linked with the group’s own ticket sale system in the 13 regions in which the company operates.
— Actual fleet: 4.500 buses
— Crew: 7.500 Drivers
— Daily transported passengers: 130,000
— Daily trips: 10,400
— Planners: 100
— Regions: 13
— Main Benefit: Savings on buses and
FGV: speed and reliability in its railway services
The Valencian Railway company (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana, FGV) was founded in 1986, after the transfer of the narrow gauge railway services to the Valencian government.
Until the beginning of the FGV’s activities, the narrow gauge railway network was defined as a classic suburban railway network, very important in the metropolitan areas but without influence in the urban transport.
In October 1988, the first suburban section of the network was opened, connecting the suburban lines of Llíria, Bétera and Rafelbunyol, north of the city, with the Villanueva de Castellón, south of the city, through a 7 kilometer stretch.
Currently, FGV has 10 lines and 204 stations over 275 Km. of network, with a fleet of 41 units, Alicante-Denia line.
GoalRail®metro‘s cutting-edge optimization system has allowed FGV to perform the joint planning of scheduling grids, drivers and vehicles. This method results in a higher optimization, for it takes into account the problem as a whole, allowing better optimization possibilities.
— Actual fleet: 106
— Stations: 182
— Network Kilometers: 245.415
— Transported passengers: 73.097.256 per year
— Number of lines: 5
— Employees: 1.935
— Main Benefit: The right match between supply and demand of the service
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