Forsa Hub participate the meeting of the Advisory Board of the Faculty of International Transport and Logistics at the Arab Academy

Under the slogan “The Year of Sustainable Development”:
The fourth session of the Advisory Council of the College of International Transport and Logistics at the Arab Academy for the year 2021/2022

Today, Monday, November 1, 2021, the Advisory Council of the Faculty of International Transport and Logistics was held in its fourth session at the headquarters of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport in Abu Qir, which aims to integrate theoretical sciences with practical practical life and set specifications for a graduate of the college according to the requirements of the labor market.

Engineer Sherif Al-Ajmi discussed
Founder of Forsa Hub
The importance of the digital world in the field of supply chains and logistics and the focus of Forsa Hub with the theory of participatory economy through

A digital platform to fully exploit the untapped production, logistical and storage capacities.

Forsa Hub provides, through its consulting projects, opportunities to utilize and train the students of the Academy in a practical way, in line with the direction of the Academy in initiatives towards the future.

While the meeting of the Advisory Board of the Faculty of International Transport and Logistics at the Arab Academy, in its fourth session, discussed many important axes related to international transport in its various departments. And international and internal road transport, discussing Egypt’s accession to the TIR agreement and its effects on the transport industry and trade volume, and discussing developments in the public business sector concerned with the transport industry and national projects in the railway sector.

While the axes of the Logistics and Supply Chain Department came in the digital transformation of supply chains, the fourth industrial revolution, operations management in supply chains, and sustainable practices in green supply chain management.

The advisory council also included a discussion of the axes of the Department of Foreign Trade Logistics and other axes related to the Department of Petroleum and Energy Logistics Management in terms of the importance of diversifying energy sources to achieve the planned sustainability in Egypt Vision 2030, the rise in energy prices and their repercussions on logistical activities in Egypt, and the pivotal role of logistical activities In increasing consumer adoption

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