Transport and Maritime logistics
Logistics is the art and the way of making a given product available at the right time, in the right place, at the lowest cost and with the best quality.
To do this, logistics must therefore cover actions ranging from purchasing (supplier management), through warehousing (stock and warehouse management) to final distribution transport (delivery). It manages the flow of products and materials as well as the flow of information relating to an activity.
Faculty of Management Science
3 years (Bachelor) 5 years (Master)
The objective of this training is to teach students to manage supply chain operations such as supply, production, transport or distribution.
Example of Subjects
Logistics management, production management, stock management, flow management, logistic services, transport logistics, industrial information, logistic chain management, purchase project management, marketing functions and purchase, purchase negotiation, contract law, etc
– A computer room of more than 50 PCs
– Internet with free access on campus 24 hours a day
– A library of more than a thousand books
– Logistics and transport manager
–Cost analysis and optimization manager
–Industrial buyer technician
–Purchase and logistics manager
–Flow network manager
–Supply chain manager
– Operation manager