The Ports and Maritime Logistics Research cluster offers a platform for inter and multidisciplinary disciplinary collaboration to develop and disseminate high quality, cutting-edge research with the overarching objective of creating strong community and industry impact.
The group’s work is framed within, and complements, the broader objectives of the Global Logistics and Supply Chain research capability platform to explore, research and develop innovative solutions for complex global logistics and supply chain challenges.
The group draws upon a rich collective academic and industry expertise, bringing together members with a diverse range and length of experience.
The group, furthermore, maintains an extensive and strong international research and industry network. Some of the key areas of expertise include international trade and transport nodes and corridors, port security, maritime and port logistics skills and workforce development, maritime transport logistics analytics and international freight distribution.
Cluster leader: Associate Professor Victor Gekara