The Indian industrial and logistics sector currently has a total stock of around 350 million square feet. Experts suggest that in the next few years, many global logistics and private equity fund managers plan to invest between USD 500mn to 1bn in new ventures here. Inadequate infrastructure is the primary cause of periodic bottlenecks, leading to high costs. To address this issue, organisations require new-age managers with techno-commercial skills who can bypass all limitations by integrating new technologies and processes.
UPES ON's 2-year MBA in LSCM teaches the strategic and operational roles that logistics and supply chain management play in the global business environment. The course covers the latest trends that can help resolve issues related to sourcing, materials management, operations management, warehousing, and distribution or last-mile delivery operations.