Moritz Jäger-Roschko is a PhD candidate in the fields of Circular Economy and Supply Chain Management at Kühne Logistics University, supervised by Prof. Dr. Moritz Petersen and Prof. Dr. Maria Besiou. In his research, he studies plastics recycling networks and information sharing in circular supply chains. His research is part of the CREAToR project funded by the EU research and innovation program Horizon 2020. CREAToR aims to close material loops for hazardous, flame retardant materials by developing appropriate recycling and logistics processes. Moritz received his Master´s degree in International Management and Engineering from the Technische Universität Hamburg (TUHH) in 2018. During his Master´s program, he specialized in Supply Chain Management. Moritz holds a B.Eng. degree in Naval Architecture and a B.Eng. degree in Offshore Systems Technology from the University of Applied Sciences in Kiel.
|since 2018||Research Associate at Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
|2016 - 2017||Student Assistant at the Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, Hamburg University of Technology|
|since 2019||PhD candidate in the field of Sustainability and Supply Chain Management, Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
|2018||Master of Science in Industrial Engineering, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany|
|2015||Bachelor of Engineering in Offshore Systems Technology, University of Applied Sciences, Kiel, Germany|
|2015||Bachelor of Engineering in Naval Architecture, University of Applied Sciences, Kiel, Germany|
(2021): Challenges and Best Practices in Recycling Supply Chains: A Qualitative Analysis of Five Major Waste Streams. Center for Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chains at Kühne Logistics University: Endbericht Forschungsprojekt..
Abstract: Recycling activities are complex and involve many actors. Recycling supply chains are under increasing pressure due to higher volumes of waste and rising requirements regarding the treatment and quality of the secondary raw materials. We aim to identify challenges and best practices in recycling supply chains. The analysis comprises the recycling supply chains of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), plastics packaging, construction and demolition, glass, and paper waste. 36 interviews with actors from different stages of the recycling process are analysed using qualitative content analysis. The results show that the main challenges are related to impurities in the waste streams resulting, among other reasons, from wrong disposal, treatment with unsuitable equipment, or inadequate product design. Furthermore, we highlight that a joint effort of the different actors in the supply chain is necessary to overcome the current challenges and improve the quantity and quality of secondary raw materials.
: Exploring How Independent Maintenance Service Providers Decide about Competence Building, in: Schröder, Meike and K. Wegener (ed.): Logistik im Wandel der Zeit – Von der Produktionssteuerung zu vernetzten Supply Chains: Festschrift für Wolfgang Kersten zum 60. Geburtstag, Springer Fachmedien: Wiesbaden, 361-380.
Abstract: In light of increasingly integrated supply chains relying on decentralized production units and new process technology (Kersten et al. 2017; Hoberg et al. 2019), outstanding maintenance strategies can mean a cutting edge for companies (Roy et al. 2016; Bokrantz et al. 2017). Thus, it comes as no surprise that maintenance makes its comeback in the center of managerial attention after it had been considered a necessary evil to be outsourced for decades (Faccio et al. 2014; Wibowo et al. 2016). Also, from an economic viewpoint, maintenance is by no means to be underestimated: the global aircraft maintenance market alone is projected to grow from $75 bn. in 2018 to $115 bn. until 2028 (Cooper et al. 2018).