Transformational Logistics is Open Source – it is owned by no company and all content has been developed on a voluntary basis. The ambition remains – to set up a research group to champion a distinct branch of logistics and supply chain thinking relevant to emerging; developing and devastated markets after the emergency. The ideas covered on this Blog are all about exploring the specific context found in frontier markets.
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Rob Bell [rjb] is a seasoned logistics and supply chain specialist with a keen interest in frontier markets. CEO of Archomai, he is a member of the Advisory Boards of the University of Hull Logistics Institute; AMET Maritime University, Chennai, India; Visiting Professor at GITAM International Business School, Visakhapatnam, India and member of the Cardiff Cranfield Humanitarian Logistics Initiative. He is an alumni of St Andrews University and, Nuffield College, University of Oxford; a Director of Hull Truck Theatre Company and the Emmaus Trust – a Social Enterprise working with the homeless. Rob is a frequent Conference speaker in English; Spanish and French and is working on a number of projects to develop a clearer understanding of inclusive value streams; sustainability and win win business in frontier markets. The posts cover the points …
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Tielman Nieuwoudt [TN] is Principal of The Supply Chain Lab and has extensive supply chain and operational experience, covering more than twenty five emerging market economies in Asia and Africa. He has managed end-to-end supply chains, from forecasting through order entry, control, inventory management, and Go-to-Market planning and implementation.
Tielman is a Certified Supply Chain Professional (APICS) and has a Bachelors degree in Marketing (SA) and a MBA in International Business from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
Tielman is also a contributor to Logistics Insight Asia, CHaINA (China) and Vietnam Supply Chain Insights (Vietnamese) magazines.