Our research analyses the dynamic supply chain environment and develops pragmatic solutions to improve business.
We recognise that supply chain activities are subject to external variables including:
- government policy
- enterprise technology
- changing demand drivers.
Our experience and analytical capability is strengthened by an extensive network of institution partners, industry experts and academic partnerships.
Supply chain & logistics research
ISCL conducts research in:
- analysis and implementation of ‘real world’ operational research and value-driven solutions
- business relationship methodologies
- logistics chain and supply chain mapping, design and optimisation
- data mining, processing, analysis, insights and scenario modelling and simulation
- behavioural modelling, including competition, investment, and policy-driven outcomes.
Scope of ISCL research
Scope of our research is:
- industry research
- thought leadership
- capability building.
Our research analyses the dynamic supply chain environment and develops pragmatic solutions to improve business in the following:
- international trade
- freight logistics
- food and agribusiness.
- supply chain strategy.
ISCL engages in contract research projects spanning food supply, international supply chains, ports and shipping.