In this newly set-up program that focuses on logistics & supply chain management, students will be explained how companies can organize their logistics most efficiently, so that they are not stuck with overflowing warehouses, unnecessary warehouse sales, increasing transportation costs, and angry customers. Logistics is in continuous development as testified by Prof Tieman. In the coming ten years, the field of logistics and supply chain management will see big changes in the area of urbanization, sustainability, consumer & technology, globalization, economic power shifts, and the vulnerability of information chains. A winning logistics and supply chain model requires passion for the implementation of logistics innovations. However, products only move in the supply chain because of decisions by people.

A customer driven supply chain is only possible with a passion for people, to ensure that innovative solutions can be accepted by employees. Only then you can achieve better results as follows:

  1. To organize efficient logistics
  2. To innovate logistics and supply chain model
  3. To implement customer driven chain supply for better results

 

Specialized Courses

  1. Supply Chain Management
  2. Logistics Management
  3. Procurement and Strategic Sourcing
  4. Introduction to Transportation
  5. Customs and Port Procedures
  6. Introduction to Seaport Management
  7. Introduction to Inventory Management
  8. Introduction to Warehouse Operations
  9. Transport Management
  10. Internship

 

Program Prospects

Upon completion of Diploma in Logistics Management, students can join as logistic executives in sectors of manufacturing, seaports, airports, airlines, shipping, transport companies, forwarding agencies, private hospitals and courier companies. In addition, logistics graduates can apply to be ordinary member immediately and after five years in the logistics industry, they can apply as a chartered member of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Malaysia and United Kingdom, respectively. Likewise, logistics graduates can continue to enroll their Bachelor in International Chain Management.