The specialisation Food Logistics Management allows students to investigate, analyse and improve food supply chain management based on surveys, case studies, conceptual frameworks and decision support models (such as simulation and optimization). This specialisation provides the knowledge for understanding how complex food supply chains work, with emphasis on product quality, sustainability and technology. Further, innovative logistics concepts and dedicated decision support models will be developed to deal with increased complexity and contemporary developments in the agri-food sector. Students will perform research in topics such as quality controlled logistics, logistics collaboration concepts, the techno-managerial systems approach for food supply chain management, sustainability in food chains, etc. The knowledge and skills that students gain in this specialization prepare them to work in many agri-food industries and organisations including food processing, fresh food trader/wholesaler, and also food/logistics consulting companies. They can work as a supply chain or logistics manager as well as quality manager or product developer with profound knowledge about logistics and quality aspects and how they may influence each other in the agri-food sector.