The American University in Cairo School of Business Executive Education (ExecEd) works on highlighting the logistics sector in terms of its efforts and the challenges it faces. Underpinning its importance and function in today’s rapidly changing and dynamic markets, among other activities, ExecEd works on developing a collection of mini case studies to shed light on the activities taking place in the logistics sector. Accordingly, it highlights the company’s background and gives an overview on its activities as well as illustrates the industry dynamics of the logistics sector.
The case studies are designed in a way that capitalizes on a situation or trend in the context of the company and that can be further analyzed and studied to provide a repository of information and solutions that are foreseen to support the development of the community. They will be used for educational and training purposes in ExecEd offered programs and will be publicly accessible to researchers, scholars and practitioners worldwide.
Below are the cases that have been developed in cooperation with KCC:
- Wared Logistics: Taking Egypt’s Cold Chain Management to a Whole New Level
- Egyptian Food Bank: Reducing Waste in the Supply Chain
- Green Economy Development Association (GEDA): Adding Value and Sustainability in the Supply Chain
- Kuehne+ Nagel case: Pharmaceutical Logistics: Untapped Potential
- APL case: Unleashing Opportunities and Overcoming Challenges in Freight Transportation and Logistics in Egypt