Professional Shipping and Logistics

Professional Shipping and Logistics

The shipping industry is an essential component of international trade playing an important role in establishing global ties between business organisations. Businesses today rely upon skilled individuals to efficiently distribute their products in order to compete and meet customer demands.

ABMA’s Shipping and Logistics qualifications will prepare students for a diverse and challenging career in the transport and logistics industry.

Level 4 Diploma

Mandatory Units

  • Mercantile and Shipping Practice
  • Principles of International Maritime Logistics
  • Principles of Shipping and Insurance Management
  • The Movement of Dangerous Goods
  • Overseas Trade Law

Level 5 Diploma

Mandatory Units

  • Management of Shipping Operations
  • International Marine Cargo Management
  • Management of the International Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Financial Aspects of Shipping
  • International Transport Geography

Level 6 Diploma

Mandatory Units

  • Advanced Shipping Law
  • Advanced Marine Insurance and Salvage
  • The Economics of Maritime Operations
  • Maritime Safety and Security
  • International Maritime Transport Systems
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    Mohaladi Sarefo

  • “ABMA has really helped me, in such a way that after completing my ABMA Advanced Diploma in Business Administration and Management Studies I am able to compete internationally when seeking employment. I also have the possibility of going straight into a Masters Degree with my ABMA qualification!”

    Patricia Sendeza

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