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Victoria University Signs Memorandum To Professionalize Logistics Industry

In a bid to professionalize logistics Industry in East Africa, Victoria University has signed memorandum of understanding with Uganda Freight Forwarders Association to train logistics practitioners on Uganda.

The partnership will boost freight forwarders members to deliver professional service and provide best customer care practices in this city throat business competition.

According to VU Vice Chancellor Dr. Sharma Krishna the goal of the  University goal is to promote logistics and transport industry in East Africa as number trade sector.

Hussein Kiddede Chairman Uganda Freight Forwarders Association welcomed the collaboration  saying it will boost the players capacity to deliver in the  market place.

He said East Africa has potential to deliver logistics industry business worth USD 50bn.

Dr Sharma  Krishna said, “we are an accredited training centre for logistics and transport to teach certificate, diplomas and advanced transport logistics courses in the region,”Krishna.

Victoria University a private University teaches cutting edge courses relevant in  the market place.

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