The Modern Management Of Logistics

October 1, 2017
Management of Supply Chain
October 1, 2017


The modern management of logistics


Appreciate the role and impacts of the logistics function both within the organization and externally.

Understand international freight procedures & documentation.

Understand and develop effective resources planning.

Develop optimized work processes covering: operational, delivery, transportation, and inventory handling, security,

and financial areas including cost management and reduction.

Be able to effectively engage and manage customs relationships to avoid bribery, overpayments and extortion.

Take away specific action plans to further develop their role and organizational benefit.


The advanced logistics management course fully covers the role and impact of logistics upon the organization both from a delivery of service,

security, safety, transportation models, inventory models (EOQ and EPQ) and cost efficiency and optimization perspective.

he materials are further developed to enable delegates to appreciate

and manage international ship-ping systems and documentation and to develop

effective relationships with external contractors and customs to ensure that their organization operates safely,

securely and at optimum cost.

Examples of global best practice are delivered throughout the course to enable delegates

to fully embed the learning in order that they can apply within their roles upon returning to their work following the course.


Hamdy Barghouth

Begins his career in a path is that rare among other transport & logistics experts,having earned BSc Shipbuilding Engineering,several diplomas in Top Management from Hans Seidal Foundation in Berlin, Dry Cargo Chartering from Practical Maritime Institute in London, MBA from West Brook Canada and MBA Ein Shams University.

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30 hours -3 days




All delegate will be issued a certificate of attendance from :

Centre for African Business Education (CABE- UK)

The Arabic British Academy for Training and Human Resources Development (ABAHRD) and

The Egyptian British Education Association UK (EBEA)