Ritically analyse the evolving role of Ports as logistics hubs in International Supply Chains.

Assessment criteria for each section:
Literature Research 40%
Reflection of Knowledge, understanding and application 30%
Structure (Coherent and logical) and Conclusion 20%
Presentation, Grammar, Format and Referencing 10%

Reference using Harvard format
Report format using the guide from succeedsolent

Learning Outcomes
This assessment will enable students to demonstrate in full or in part the learning outcomes identified in the unit descriptors.
Knowledge and Understanding
1 Demonstrate the dynamics of global logistics influences on seaborne trade to illustrate how maritime logistics integrates with evolving global supply chains.
2 Demonstrate the logistical processes applied operationally within the maritime industry, together with their influences, trends and economic potential, justifying these with leading theoretical frameworks.

Cognitive Skills
3 Critically interpret case study material and apply relevant theoretical knowledge to develop research of key maritime logistics sectors and topic areas.

Practical and Professional Skills
4 Analyse qualitative and quantitative data and critically evaluate findings within an appropriate analytical framework.
Transferable and Key Skills
5 Communicate information in a professional and accurate format.

Referencing Requirements:
harward style references.