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Transportation Management  

Transportation Management is a system designed to manage transportation operations. Transportation Operations includes tracking and managing every aspect of vehicle maintenance, fuel costing, routing and mapping, warehousing, communications, accounting, carrier selection and management. Transport Management Programs prepare people to plan and oversee transportation systems. Programs may also instruct students how to design highway systems,students learn logistics, planning, and traffic engineering in this field.

Transportation Management System refers to a category of software that deals with the planning and execution of the external physical movements of products across supply chains. Software modules includes Route planning and optimization, Execution, Freight audit and payment, advanced shipping, Order visibility, Carrier management. Transport Management is concerned with the activity that facilitates physical movement of goods as well as individuals from one place to another.

Specialty areas of Transportation Management

Planning and designing

Transport costs and scheme simulation

Shipment batching of orders

Cost control

Transportation Execution

Transport follow-up


Real time transportation tracking

Service quality control

Vehicle Load and Route optimization

Management of motor carrier, rail, air and maritime transport

Inbound and outbound transportation mode and transportation provider selection



Transport Managers are employed in National and local government, Passenger transport companies, Freight transport companies, waterways, Travel and tourist companies, Coal, oil, steel, gas and electricity companies, Seaports, airports and The Post Office, Breweries, supermarkets, clothing and food manufacturers. Transport managers are involved in Planning, Customer services, Research and development, operations and fleet management, Information technology, Industrial design, Analyst, Health and safety, Environmental etc.

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