MOU between UCP and Emirates Supply Chain Services PVT. LTD

Dr. Faisal Mustafa (Dean, FOMS, UCP) and Mr. Sohaib Baig (Head of Human Resource, Emirates Supply Chain Services Pvt. Ltd.) signed the MOU document. In addition, Dr. Ather Azim Khan (Associate Dean FOMS, UCP), Dr. Saqib Ilyas (HOD, Undergraduate Program UCP), Ms. Syeda Uzma Tahira (Lecturer, FOMS UCP) and Ms. Asma Parveen (Program Manager, Undergraduate Program UCP), Ms. Shan e Zahra (Talent and OD Specialist, Emirates Supply Chain Services) and Mr. Bilal Khan (HR Officer, Emirates Supply Chain Services) were also present on occasion.

The Faculty of Management Studies envisions to be the thought leader in inspiring businesses and society at the crossroads of globalisation and localisation. The Faculty of Management Studies aims to provide an education with a close track of market requirements, experiential learning opportunities in case studies, projects, and internships to apply knowledge and gain experiences by strengthening ties with the corporate sector. Whereas Emirates Supply Chain Services (Pvt.) Ltd. is into providing warehousing and distribution services in Pakistan. The warehouse facilities epitome of their commitment to international clients to partner and support them in their growth and expansion endeavours. With facilities spanning Lahore, Karachi, Multan, Islamabad, Rahim Yar Khan and Faisalabad, they have a significant footprint of greater than 1 Million sq. feet and 60,000 plus pallet positions. Their state-of-the-art facilities is fully equipped to provide customised warehousing and distribution services to international and local distribution companies operating in Pakistan.

This agreement would improve the yawning gap between the current skilled workforce and what is expected and needed by the industry.

Through this academia-industry linkage, both the organisations anticipate optimally utilising their vast experience and human resources to meet the intense and dynamic challenges present in our country’s fast-paced environment by skill development, innovation, and entrepreneurship in their respective areas.