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Shehzad Ahmed



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Dr. Shehzad Ahmed is a Lecturer in Management/Operations at the University of the West of Scotland. He obtained a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Management specifically Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the University of Hull, Hull, UK. Previously, he has done  MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Hull and also a Master in Operations and Information Management from University of the Punjab, Pakistan.  

Prior joining to UWS, he was working with Logistics Institute at Hull University as Post Doctoral researcher. Shehzad also worked as a KTP Associate from 2010-2012 with Keyfort Ltd, UK. His research interest includes but not limited to:

  • Logistics & Supply Chain Technologies 
  • Supply Chain Risk and Resilience 
  • Strategies for wider adoption of ICT in Logistics
  • Cloud Computing for Supply Chain Management 
  • Intelligent Transportation System and Cloud Computing    

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The relationship between sustainability and risk management in fashion supply chains: a systematic literature review

Rafi-Ul-Shan, P. M., Grant, D. B., Perry, P. & Ahmed, S., 14 May 2018, In : International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management. 46, 5, p. 466-486 21 p.

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    The role of logistics capabilities to achieve supply chain resilience: a conceptual framework

    Ahmed, S., Menachof, D. A. & Talas, R., 6 Sep 2015.

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  • Chain coordinators and their role in selected food supply chains: lessons from Pakistan, New Zealand and the United Kingdom

    Akhtar, P., Marr, N., Garnevska, E. & Ahmed, S., 5 Nov 2012, In : Food Chain. 2, 1, p. 104-116 13 p.

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