Dr. Muhammad Moazzam
Management & HR
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
NUST Business School, H-12 Sector, Islamabad
Procurement and supply chain management, operations management, integrated logistics, and benchmarking
PhD Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Massey University, New Zealand. PGDip Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Massey University, New Zealand. MBA Marketing & Agribusiness, B.Sc. (Hons.) Agricultural Economics University of Agriculture,Faisalabad,PAK
Dr Muhammad Moazzam is currently working as Assistant
Professor at NUST Business School. He has lectured on various postgraduate and
undergraduate courses: Supply Chain Strategy, Integrated Logistics, Operations
Management, and International Business Strategies. He is keen to integrate
software tools with the curriculum in order to enhance student learning.
Before joining NUST Business School Muhammad worked as a lecturer
at Massey University New Zealand and University of Agriculture
Faisalabad-Pakistan. Apart from academic experience he has had practical hand
on distribution center operations while working at one of Australasia’s largest
(Ezibuy) International Distribution Center in New Zealand.
Muhammad’s research interests include
optimization and systems analysis
chains and big data analytics
Garnevska, E., Akhtar, P., & Marr, N. (2016). Agri-food supply chain
performance measurement: An analytical framework and a case study of New
Zealand dairy. Production Planning and Control.
Moazzam, M. (2016). Exploring contemporary data-driven and computer-based
industrial skills and redesigning of MSc logistics and supply chain curriculum
for UK business schools. Production Planning and Control. (Working paper).
Proceedings and Presentations
(2015). Evaluating New Zealand dairy farms using SCOR model. Paper presented at
the International Journal of Food Science and Technology Conference, Lincoln
University, New Zealand.
(2013). Performance benchmarks and best practices in agri-food supply chain
networks: Evidence from New Zealand dairy industry. Paper presented at the VI
International Postharvest Conference on Managing Quality in Chains 2013,
Cranfield University, United Kingdom.
Garnevska, E., & Marr, N. E. (2012). Benchmarking Agri-food Supply Chain
Networks: A Conceptual Framework. Paper presented at the World Business
Capability Congress 2012, Auckland, New Zealand.
Management, Design and Analysis of Production Systems (Undergraduate)
Business Strategies (Postgraduate and Undergraduate)
Over 6 years industry experience of distribution center
operations ranging from inbound logistics, warehousing, and outbound logistics
at one of Australasia’s largest international distribution center (Ezibuy) at
Palmerston North New Zealand.