The Center of Cyber Logistics (CCL) is a research center, currently under the Asian Institute of Supply Chains & Logistics (AISCL), since October 2006. The Center was founded by four professors as a joint effort of academicians from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the City University of Hong Kong in early 2000. CCL was self-funded until it came under the Li & Fung Institute of Supply Chain Management & Logistics at round 2002. The center has the expertise in information technology, management sciences and economics.

The Center is committed to work closely with stakeholders in Hong Kong logistics industry & the supply chain industry so as to enhance the competitiveness of the sector in the new cyber era. Those stakeholders include freight forwarders, shippers, manufacturers, warehousing providers, carriers, terminal operators, airports, and other related service providers in the Greater Asia-Pacific region and the HKSAR government.

Mission

  • Conduct academic and applied research in logistics & supply chain issues
  • Facilitate technological knowledge advancement for industries
  • Promote knowledge exchange between academia and practitioners

Goal

  • Highlight the role of supply chain & logistics industry towards Hong Kong economy
  • Apply latest technological innovation onto business practices
  • Promote local supply chain & logistics and related industries to the global standardized digital market


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