Workshop on Logistics Management – Contributing to Efficiency and Profitability
Workshop on Logistics Management –Contributing to Efficiency and Profitability
21 June 2018
With a view to exposing the participants to the role of logistics management both in import and export business, under the PHD-KAS Co-operation Project, PHD Chamber is organizing a one day Workshop on ‘Logistics Management – Contributing to Efficiency and Profitability’ on 21st June 2018 at PHD House, New Delhi. The details are as under:
Day & Date : Friday, 21 June 2018
Time : 9.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
Venue : PHD House, New Delhi
Fee : Rs.1000/- per participant
No. of Seats : 25 (first-come-first served basis)
Logistics management is the governance of supply chain functions. Logistics management activities typically include inbound and outbound transportation management, fleet management, warehousing, materials handling, order fulfillment, logistics network design, inventory management, supply/demand planning, and management of third party logistics service providers. To varying degrees, the logistics function also includes customer service, sourcing and procurement, production planning and scheduling, packaging and assembly. Logistics management is part of all levels of planning and execution -- strategic, operational and tactical. It is an integrating function, which coordinates all logistics activities, as well as integrates logistics activities with other functions including marketing, sales manufacturing, finance, and information technology.
The objective of the programme is to develop a systematic understanding among the participants about the role of Logistics Management in International Trade with a view to making them capable of carrying out their day to day operational activities more effectively and efficiently.
The programme coverage is primarily designed keeping in mind the export and import business and includes:
- Role of Logistics Management in International Marketing.
- Economics of multi-model transport in international trade and port formalities
- Containerisation and saving costs through effective containerisation
- Do’s & Don’t’s for export-import documentation : Avoiding delays and cost over-runs
- Importance of reverse logistics in international trade
Prof. Ashok Advani, Adjunct Professor, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida
Prof. Ashok Advani has 40 years of Industry experience mainly in Shipping, Logistics, Project Cargo Transportation, Air Cargo and related areas. He has worked in organizations such as Mackinnon Mackenzie, J M Baxi & Co, CMB Transport [currently known as Safmarine and now a part of Maersk (A P Moller Group)], China Shipping and Omega Global Logistics [currently known as 20Cube Logistics]. He has now joined Jaipuria Institute of Management as an adjunct faculty. He currently teaches Logistics Management and International Business in the current trimesters to second year students of operations and IB specializations (PGDM courses). He is also a qualified lead assessor. He was also the Vice President of NISAA (North India Steamers Agents Association) and is a life member of CIT (Chartered institute of Transport), London.
Executives and Entrepreneurs who are engaged in export business or are planning to get in exports, public and private sector organization dealing with international trade and servicing institutions will gain maximum advantage of this one-day exposure.
The Registration Form may kindly be duly filled by clicking the link http://phdcci.in/upload/Registration Form-21 June.docx and sent to the Programme Director, PHD-KAS Project latest by 20th June 2018. Registration fee, by way of Cash / Cheque or Demand Draft, should be made in favour of 'PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry, payable at New Delhi. Candidates sponsored by members of PHD Chamber would be charged Registration fee of Rs.900/- per participant. Fee includes Study material, Lunch, Refreshments etc.
( CM Krishna )
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