Business Continuity Plans for Port Logistics (collaborative research)

Considering the current situation of Japan which faces a variety of risks from natural and man-made hazards, such as huge earthquakes, storms, border conflicts and terrorism, our research section attempts to develop a cutting-edge and sophisticated BCP (Business Continuity Plan) for port logistics, to cope with sudden
disruption of the supply chain of goods in a global, regional and local context. Our focus will be on the following research:
1) Risk governance of international transportation and trade.
2) Improvement of BCP for port logistics.
3) Comprehensive disaster prevention and security measures for sea ports.

Concept of BCP
Panama Canal (An example of a chokepoint)

Faculty Members

  • Program-Specific ProfessorKenji Ono

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  • Program-Specific Associate ProfessorKentaro Kumagai

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