Melding theory with practice: The Ship Campus is modelled after the campus-in-industry where an education institution is located within an industrial complex.

IT will take more than innate geographical advantage for Malaysia to become Asean’s next logistics hub, as the key lies in facilitating a robust logistics ecosystem supported by a collective effort from its industry players.

In line with the nation’s vision of sustainable economic development through high value activities with potential for rapid growth, there is an immediate urgency to digitally transform and grow logistics as a key economic sector, said Peninsula College Georgetown chief executive Ts Tung Chee Kuan.

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