MBA in Logistics, Materials & Supply Chain Management

With Logistics, Materials & Supply Chain Management, businesses reduce overhead costs and streamline delivery processes. Using strategic planning and collaborating with other departments allows companies to increase visibility and build transparent business processes.

Logistics management is the process of integration and maintenance (flow and storage) of goods in an organization and Materials management is a core function of supply chain management, involving the planning and execution of supply chains to meet the material requirements of a company or organisation.
Whereas Supply Chain Management is the coordination and management (movement) of supply chains of an organization.

Skills Required Logistics, Materials & Supply Chain Management managers

Simulation, modelling, forecasting, problem solving, and negotiation skills are extremely important skills that an Logistics, Materials & Supply Chain professional should have. Knowledge of logistics, supply chain management, and transportation. An individual in this profile is to do financial planning, Forecasting, Workflow optimization, General management and business, work on international business practices and must also possess Knowledge of laws and regulations.

Job Profile In Logistics, Materials & Supply Chain Management

An professional in the given domain is to expected to organise the storage and distribution of goods, ensure that the right products are delivered to the right location on time and at a good cost, also be involved in transportation, stock control, warehousing and monitoring the flow of goods. Understanding the whole supply chain is important so that one can coordinate effectively and liaise with suppliers of raw materials, manufacturers, retailers, and consumers.

Analyze operational performance and resolve issues, collaborate with vendors and suppliers to ensure all operations (e.g.shipping, delivery) meet quality and safety standards.

Jobs available in Logistics, Materials & Supply Chain Management market

  • Supply chain design and planning
  • Procurement and supply management
  • Freight transportation
  • Warehouse design and management
  • Distribution network design and planning
  • Inventory management and control

The University welcomes applications from all the aspirants who have completed their Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) in any discipline from any recognised university or an equivalent degree recognised by the University Grants Commission with minimum of 35% marks.

Career Path in Logistics, Materials & Supply Chain Management field

From executive, associate to manager, with experience, you could move into senior management or you can start your distributorship locally.

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