|1.||Critically analyse the underlying theories and principles of transport systems and modes of operations and their critical role in achieving triple bottom line sustainability;|
|2.||Critically review the fundamentals of different modes of transport and their intermodal and multi-modal combinations;|
|3.||Articulate how an understanding of logistics and supply chain management can solve common transport problems;|
|4.||Evaluate the current business practices of a transport company and justify an action plan for operational improvement; and,|
|5.||Design and justify an action plan for improving route optimisation, operational efficiency and sustainability.|
|Literature Review||Recent literature on transport systems||20%|
|Report||Industry research report and presentation on a transport company (group)||40%|
|Poster||Develop a sustainable transport plan||40%|
Transportation: A Global Supply Chain Perspective, 9th edn
Robert Novack, Brian Gibson, and Yoshinori Suzuki, John Coyle (2019),
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