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WINGS International University
Port Management and Maritime Logistics

International maritime SCM and logistics

Content

  • Basic architecture and concept of supply chains as forms of interorganisational cooperation
  • The challenge of international supply chain management (SCM) and cross-border logistics
  • The dimensions of SCM: Design & network dimension, operational dimension
  • Logistics as key element of supply chains
  • Major global commodity flows (oil, gas and coal/iron ore, grain, minor bulks, container) and regional specialisations like 

Learning outcomes

After having completed the module, students

  • have familiarised themselves with the strategy tools and frameworks of international supply chain management
  • understand the role of maritime logistics in international supply chains
  • have explored their own organisation’s major competencies in international supply chains
  • are able to describe and categorise the key decision making criteria along supply chains.

Credit points

5 ECTS

Responsible expert

Lars Stemmler

l.stemmler@nullgmx.de

Key benefits

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  • Flexible 24/7 part time programme for professionals
  • Available worldwide via online campus
  • Professional business partners and lecturers
  • 150 international examination locations
  • German university degree B.Sc.