Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging - Career Queries

The demand for human resource in the Transportation, Logistics, and Warehousing sector is expected to increase from about 7.3 million to about 25 million, leading to an incremental human resource requirement for about 17.7 million persons.

Dear aspirantTransportation studies and planning is an exciting course and it is available both at bachelors, masters and phd level worldwide. To study an MSc transportation planning studies one should have basically completed a related bachelors degree related to this subject. For transportation planning studies UK, USA and Netherlands are very good with their universities offering excellent courses. I am writing the world's best colleges/ universities for this particular subject here. UK1. University college London, University of London - MSc Transport and city planning 2. Universi

1 answer Gomathi Venkat in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

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2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Dear Sir/Madam,Greeting's for the day!!!Transportation Engineering is the application of technology and scientific principles to the planning, functional design, operation and management of facilities for any mode of transportation in order to provide for the safe, efficient, rapid, comfortable, convenient, economical, and environmentally compatible movement of people and goods (Transport). It is a sub-discipline of "Civil Engineering" and "Industrial Engineering". Transportation engineering is a major component of the civil engineering and mechanical engineering disciplines, according to spec

1 answer Rahul Shinde in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Dear Sir/Madam,Greeting's for the day!!!Careers in Logistics/Supply Chain/ Warehousing/ Transportation:Logistics is a process of managing goods, information and other resource from their origin to supply, in order to fulfill the requirements of the customers. In other words, logistics can be defined as careful management of procurement, transportation, storage and distribution of goods and materials. It is a part of Supply Chain, which involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling and packaging. there are different types of logistics such as

1 answer Rahul Shinde in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Hi Nagesh,Always opt for the career of your choice only which helps you to perform well in that particular subject.Mba in Shipping has a good scope and you can contact few colleges such as Sikkim Manipal University, Birla Institute of Technology etc.For further assistance, feel free to contact me anytime 24/7.Vikash Kumarvicky.chas@gmail.com+91-98359-23-123

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Dear Anjali,The demand for human resource in the Transportation, Logistics, and Warehousing sector is expected to increase from about 7.3 million to about 25 million, leading to an incremental human resource requirement for about 17.7 million persons.Please have a look at some popular career option under Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging industry :LoaderCourier PersonalOperation SuperisorTaxi DriverCommercial Vehicle DriverDriving AssistantDocumentation StaffOperator/Workmen/Frontline Staffwarehouse SupervisorAutomative service TechnicianAccesory FitterAutomobile SaleS Executive

1 answer Bharathi Rajmohan in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Dear Aspirant, Best Engineering Colleges after 12th for Degree in Engineering are all Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), National Institute of Technology (NIT), and some private Universities like Sharda University, Vellore Institute of Technology, College of Engineering Pune, Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS) Pilani, etc. Best wishes

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Hi There, I am not repeating the meaning or definition of Supply chain management. As you might have understood from the explanation above, SCM involves dealing with inventory management, logistics, shop floor management and statistics as well as public relations. The reason I mentioned the above is because please note that though SCM covers the above mentioned topics, but there are certifications and or short term programs available separately for the above courses too. Though you may be SCM Qualified, but pursuing short term courses would add on to your qualifications and experience too

3 answers Vivek Negi in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Hi Nagesh,Always opt for the career of your choice only which helps you to perform well in that particular subject.Mba in Shipping has a good scope and you can contact few colleges such as Sikkim Manipal University, Birla Institute of Technology etc.For further assistance, feel free to contact me anytime 24/7.Vikash Kumarvicky.chas@gmail.com+91-98359-23-123

1 answer Vikash kumar Paridharia in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Dear Sir/Madam,Greeting's for the day!!!Transportation Engineering is the application of technology and scientific principles to the planning, functional design, operation and management of facilities for any mode of transportation in order to provide for the safe, efficient, rapid, comfortable, convenient, economical, and environmentally compatible movement of people and goods (Transport). It is a sub-discipline of "Civil Engineering" and "Industrial Engineering". Transportation engineering is a major component of the civil engineering and mechanical engineering disciplines, according to spec

1 answer Rahul Shinde in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Dear aspirantTransportation studies and planning is an exciting course and it is available both at bachelors, masters and phd level worldwide. To study an MSc transportation planning studies one should have basically completed a related bachelors degree related to this subject. For transportation planning studies UK, USA and Netherlands are very good with their universities offering excellent courses. I am writing the world's best colleges/ universities for this particular subject here. UK1. University college London, University of London - MSc Transport and city planning 2. Universi

1 answer Gomathi Venkat in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category

Dear Sir/Madam,Greeting's for the day!!!Careers in Logistics/Supply Chain/ Warehousing/ Transportation:Logistics is a process of managing goods, information and other resource from their origin to supply, in order to fulfill the requirements of the customers. In other words, logistics can be defined as careful management of procurement, transportation, storage and distribution of goods and materials. It is a part of Supply Chain, which involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling and packaging. there are different types of logistics such as

1 answer Rahul Shinde in Transportation/Logistics/Warehousing & Packaging category