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"The Theory of Constraints:
The Role of Dry Ports in the Supply Chain

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09h00-09h30 Housekeeping and Welcome Mr Harry van Huyssteen

Transport Forum
09h30-09h55 Work being done on the Gauteng Dry Ports

Mr Jacob Mamabolo
MEC: Roads and Transport

Gauteng Provincial Government

09h55-10h20 Infrastructure Development as a Catalyst in our Economy

Mr Coenie Vermaak
Chief Executive Officer

Quatro Business Solutions


How dry ports unlock multi-modal advantages

Mr Mike Daniel
Chief Executive Officer
RailRunner South Africa

Panel Discussion



Theory of Constraints: Where is the real bottleneck?

Dr Leo Petkoon
Chief Executive Officer
LP Projects


Why Dry Ports in South Africa?

Mr Gerhard de Beer
Technical Executive
GIBB Engineering and Architecture


Corridor and Border Performance Analytics – Advocating the Correct Message based on Correct Data

Mr Warwick Lord
Chief Executive Officer
Cato Ridge Logistics Hub Consortium


Mr Paul Dickson
Business Development Executive

Panel Discussion




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 Online diploma in LM

The Department of Transport and Supply Chain Management at UJ is happy to announce that we are going into our second successful year of providing the online Diploma in Logistics Management.

To view the detailed online Logistics Management brochure click HERE and to view the 2021 tuition fees click HERE

Requirements for the online Diploma in Logistics Management is a Gr12 Matric Certificate with at least a diploma endorsement or university exemption.

For more information regarding the online diploma, tuition fees and the 2021 academic calendar please visit our website or email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To make your application process easier, please make use of the Application and Registration Process section in the attached brochure. When applying online please make use of the TOKEN option and enter LMOMNGO as this will take you directly to the online Diploma in Logistics Management.

Kindly note that this logistics programme is fully online and takes place on the internet. There is no “in-person contact” with lecturers. Students will use their computers and the Internet for all teaching, learning and assessments. NSFAS does not fund this programme!

Click HERE to apply!


Due to lockdown restrictions it is recommended that you communicate with us via email.


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Transport and Supply Chain Management Team

University of Johannesburg

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