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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2013
59 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2013 COMPANY PROFILE Victoria University's Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics can assist industry and enterprises to address supply chain productivity and ef ciency by integrating its expertise in academic and commercial research with education and the specialist knowledge of its team. The Institute has identi ed the following critical, cohesive but independent research areas: • Supply Chain Mechanisms, Dynamics and Structure • Supply Chain Integration and Ef ciency • Supply Chain Policy and Regulation • Supply Chain Data, Modelling and Forecasting. The Institute's research is intended to not only form discussion for decision and policymakers, but also for postgraduate teaching and research programs, as well as corporate and executive management education. Its demonstrated expertise in research of container movement and subsequent impact on port and land-side strategies is highly respected by individual enterprises, port authorities and government. More recently, the Institute has worked with nine ASEAN countries in a number of APEC projects to facilitate supply chain ef ciency. In complex global supply chains, we believe our practical approach to research is critical to providing value to enterprises, industry bodies, government and transnational organisations. SapientNitro VUR 1213 The Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics (ISCL) has the expertise to maximise your investment in education and training. Victoria University's education programs are: • relevant • taught by industry specialists • internationally accredited • diverse: Cadetships, Diplomas to Bachelor, Master and Doctoral studies • suitable for operators, managers and executives • delivered via a range of methods including, on campus, workplace and e-learning for remote workers • recognised and valued by industry. To learn more about how ISCL can add value to your organisation visit our website or contact Greg Cain, Manager Education Services, Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics on +61 3 9919 6254/56 or email email@example.com IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY AT YOUR WORKPLACE vu.edu.au/iscl CRICOS Provider No. 00124K Analyse the barriers to your ef ciency