Big bulk carrier shipping in Asia would be ideal. But I'm very ignorant of the field in general. Any overview of the different areas in logistics would be appreciated.
While not in this industry, per se, I've had a lot of clients in the shipping, logistics services, and TL/LTL transport industries. From my observations, they are not typically companies to hire MBAs... they like to grow their own managers from the operational side of things. Pricing & sales are probably the departments most likely to hire from campus. You probably need to identify a few target companies that you're interested in working for and then send direct inquiries.
If you're interested in working in the logistics/supply chain management side of a company that primarily does something else, there are all sorts of opportunities for newly minted MBAs. I would second the previous poster's recommendation of looking at MIT's program.
Some CPGs have rotational programs dedicated to this field. I remember meeting some people from schools in the midwest (Kansas Jayhawks, etc), who were hired into these programs.ROCK CHALK!!!
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