Robin started as a project engineer at Europe Combined Terminals, Europe’s largest container port, in Rotterdam back in 1995. Robin holds University degrees in Logistics, Business Administration and Supply Chain Optimization from Insead. With first-hand experience from the first fully automated container terminal in the world with Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) and Stacking Cranes (ARMG), he has been working as project and implementation manager for container, car, multipurpose- and airfreight terminals and ports ever since. Not only for freight terminals but also in other logistical hubs, he has been consulting and managing logistical challenges for both public and private clients. Last years he has been working for – and with – the Port Authority in Rotterdam on the development of the Container Exchange Route which enables autonomous transport of containers on the Maasvlakte in Rotterdam in the future. Most recently he has been supporting in the implementation of new modes of operation at a multipurpose terminal. Currently he’s acting as project manager within Technical Integration Management at APM Terminals Maasvlakte II in Rotterdam and is parttime lecturer logistics at the Breda University of applied sciences in The Netherlands. Being innovative and disruptive, he is at the front of future developments in the supply chain industry.