According to India’s Vision 2020 and Projected GDP growth of 8% per annum, the total freight traffic is likely to reach about 5500 billion tonne-km by the year 2025, five times the level in the year 2020. The total logistical management of transportation, marketing and distribution will be in demand in future times.

As per the report of Make in India, the Indian logistics and SCM sector is currently valued at USD 165 billion, with the growth expected to reach USD 215 billion by the end of 2020. The logistics market in India is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 10.5% between 2019 and 2025.

Increasing investments and trade points towards a healthy outlook for the Indian Logistics Sector. The introduction of e way bill and GST implementation are set to streamline the logistics sector in India. Logistics startup in India gained a substantial foothold after the onset of e-commerce and there are several new companies that are gaining traction in the industry.

India is the 16th largest maritime country in the world.

India has 12 major, and 200 notified minor and intermediate ports. The Indian ports and shipping industry plays a vital role in sustaining growth in the country’s trade and commerce. The Indian Government plays a vital role in supporting the ports sector. It has allowed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) of up to 100% under the automatic route for port and harbour construction and maintenance projects.

The Ministry for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways announced a massive investment in India’s ports and roads sector, which is likely to help boost the country’s economy. The Indian government plans to develop ten coastal economic regions as part of plans to revive the country’s Sagarmala (string of ports) project.

Logistics, port & terminal sectors are growing rapidly in India. More and more global players are entering in Port and Terminal industry in India. The massive growth in international trade, automation in ports and terminals, mega infrastructure projects will provide a big push to the manufacturing, warehousing and logistics sectors that will, in turn, require skilled & trained workforce.

The School of Logistics, Ports, Terminal & Warehouse Management offers Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs in line with the industry needs.

 

BBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management is going to carve the skills of the budding students in order to become successful logistics and Supply Chain Managers at international level and Entrepreneurs in field of import export and International Business. This program is designed to strengthen students’ knowledge base in the field of Supply Chain Management, International business and import Export.

For Logistics and Supply Chain professional market has continuous demand. The present supply chain risk, globalization and digitization have increased the scope of Supply chain and Logistics Management domain.

The course will help students to understand:

  • Practices of Logistics Industry, Legal aspects of Supply Chain and Data Analytics pertaining to Logistics Industry.
  • International Business and Exim Trade Procedures.
  • Operations Management.
  • Multimodal Transport Planning.
  • Supply Chain Risk Management, Agri Cold Chain.
  • And Warehouse management.

Degree Program BBA in Ports & Terminal Management

The programs are designed to train aspiring manager with the essential management skills required for meeting the challenges of the ever-growing shipping industry. Students will learn and be able to manage the various development and operational needs of the port and allied infrastructure.

The Port and Terminal Management Programs at SSPU gives an overview of the overall port’s activities and maritime transport. It allows port managers to see how their activity fits within and affects the entire spectrum of operational and commercial activities running in the complex interface of maritime transport.

The programs offered by the School of Logistics, Ports, Terminal & Warehouse Management prepares students for leadership roles in the Port and Terminal Management Sector through training in port, terminal, shipping and logistics management. The students will be exposed to the practical decision making aspect in the industry, which will help them to develop their skills and attitudes needed to take leadership roles in the industry.

BBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Top Careers in Supply Chain Management are:

  • Supply Chain Analyst.
  • Supply Chain Operations Manager.
  • Procurement Manager.
  • Transport Manager.
  • Supply Chain Customer Service Manager.
  • Consultants
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Customer Service Manager
  • International logistic Manager
  • Inventory Control Manager
  • Logistics Engineer
  • Logistics Manager
  • Logistic Service Salesman
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Systems Support Manager
  • Transportation Manager
  • Vendor Managed Inventory Coordinator
  • Warehouse Operations Manager

BBA Ports and Terminal Management

  • Shipping industry plays a vital role in international trade and due to this it offers interesting and diverse career opportunities. Our course will allow students to gain entry across the following job roles:
    • Ship Agency Executive
    • Port Terminal Executive
    • Customer Relationship/Service Executive
    • Operations Executive.
    • EXIM Documentation Executive
    • Junior Management positions- Terminals, Ports, Shipping Companies, etc.
    • Marketing Executive
    • Sales Executive
    • PR Executive
    • Pricing Executive
    • Logistics Executive
    • Multimodal Transport Executive
    • Trade Planner
    • Warehousing Executive

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