About usLearn about the Logistics Industry Reference Council. Our purpose and our vision.
Logistics is a dynamic and rapidly growing sector and is an intrinsic part of the Vietnamese economy. It ensures the delivery of goods and services within Vietnam and internationally.
The Logistics Industry Reference Council (LIRC) is supporting the needs of the logistics sector in Vietnam in having a highly skilled workforce – both for today and the future. This is essential to maximising the strategic advantages Vietnam offers including our location near key markets, being a young and vibrant population and an export-orientated economy reliant on efficient movement.
The LIRC is driving engagement – across industry, with the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector and government – to lead skills development and provide advice on current and future workforce needs.
The demand for logistics services is expected to increase significantly over the next decade, providing job opportunities in a variety of areas including business and functional management, operational roles and those for specific tasks.
There are many career pathways in the logistics sector that we will showcase, which provides students the opportunity to develop new skills and for workers to reskill or upskill to support their career journey. This includes supporting more diverse student cohorts to enable their participation in the sector.
Mr Vu Ninh
Mr Ninh is the Chair of the LIRC, a position he has held since its inception in November 2017. Mr Ninh comes to the LIRC with a distinguished career in the logistics industry. He is a member of the board of Gemadept, one of Vietnam’s largest integrated transport and logistics firms with interests in marine freight transportation, port operation, cargo handling, logistics services and warehousing. In addition to his board role at Gemadept, Mr Ninh oversees human resources and investor relations and supervision of international projects. Mr Ninh brings his wealth of executive management experience to the operation of the LIRC and provides strong leadership and direction to the LIRC’s work in representing and advocating for the logistics sector and providing a platform for skills development with the vocational education and training sector.
Mr Scott Croll
Mr Croll is Country Manager and General Director of Linfox Vietnam and Director of Mekong Region including Hong Kong. Mr Croll serves as Vice Chair of the LIRC. With more than 19 years of experience working in several key roles within Linfox across Asia and Australia, he has also held roles as Operations Director of a petrochemical business in Malaysia and Hong Kong, Safety Manager of Asia, Regional Manager of Industrial business, and Fast-Moving-Consumer-Goods Project Manager. Mr Croll brings the perspective of foreign direct investment enterprises to the LIRC as one of the leading international logistics enterprise operating in Vietnam. He provides strong leadership to the development of skills needs for the sector by articulating the needs and experiences of globally networked logistics firm. Mr Croll holds a Masters of Science, Transportation Management from the University of Denver and Diploma of Transport and Distribution (Logistics) from Victoria University.
Mr Vu Ninh – Member of the Board – Gemadept
Mr Scott Croll – Genaral Director – Linfox
Ms Bui Thi Ninh – Director, Bureau for Employers’ Activities, VCCI – Ho Chi Minh City
Ms Nguyen Thi Thanh Binh – Official, Department of Formal Training, Directorate of Vocational Education and Training
Mr Nguyen Van Lam – Vice Director – DOLISA HCMC
Mr Pham Quang Tuan – Vice Rector, Thu Duc College of Technology
Mr Khe Van Manh – Vice Rector, Ho Chi Minh City College of Economics
Ms Nguyen Thi Hang – Rector, College of Technology II
Mr Tran Quoc Hai – Vice Rector, Nguyen Huu Canh College of Technology and Economics
Mr Nguyen Van Chuong – Rector, College of Machinery and Irrigation
Ms Nguyen Hong Trang – Vice Rector, Vien Dong College
Mr Truong Tan Loc – Marketing Director, Saigon Newport Corporation
Ms Cao Thi Quynh Giao – CEO, VN Shipping Gazette
Mr Do Huu Anh – Head of training, Seabornes & Partners Logistics
Ms Nguyen Thi Thu Hue – HR Manager, Transimex
Mr Greg Lynn – General Manager (Vietnam), Linfox
Mr Nguyen Cam Tuan – Deputy General Director, GONSA
Ms Vo Phuong Lan – Head of training – Vietnam Logistics Business Association (VLA)
Ms Ho Thi Thu Hoa – Director of Institute, Vietnam Logistics Research and Development Institute (VLI)
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