Michele Acciaro

Director, Hapag-Lloyd Center for Shipping and Global Logistics (CSGL) and Associate Professor of Maritime Logistics, Kühne Logistics University
Italy
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Michele Acciaro is Director of the Hapag-Lloyd Center for Shipping and Global Logistics (CSGL) and Associate Professor of Maritime Logistics at Kühne Logistics University (KLU). Between 2013 and 2015 he worked for the same institution as Assistant Professor. In 2011 and 2012 he held the position of Senior Researcher Green Shipping at the Research and Innovation department of Det Norske Veritas AS (now DNV-GL) in Høvik, near Oslo. Between 2004 and 2010 he worked as deputy director and researcher at the Center for Maritime Economics and Logistics (MEL)/Erasmus SmartPort of Erasmus University Rotterdam, with which he is still associated.

Dr. Acciaro holds a BSc and a MSc (cum Laude) in Statistics and Economics from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”; a MSc in Maritime Economics and Logistics from Erasmus University Rotterdam for which he was awarded the NOL/APL Prize for Student Excellence; and a PhD in Logistics also from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Dr. Acciaro was awarded the Young Researcher Best Paper Prize at the IAME Annual Conference in Cyprus in 2005. Dr. Acciaro is Associate Editor of Maritime Policy and Management, and member of the Editorial Board of Maritime Economics and Logistics. He is the Editor of the IAME Newsletter and will co-chair the IAME annual conference in Hamburg in 2016.

Since 2001 he worked as a consultant, advisor and researcher in the areas of liner shipping economics, terminal management and operations optimisation, green shipping, container logistics integration and supply chain pricing and finance. He has lectured at several institutions around the world, he authored over thirty publications and has been invited speaker at industry events such as TOC Europe and Intermodal.

More information on Michele Acciaro can be found at: https://www.the-klu.org/acciaro/

Michele Acciaro is Director of the Hapag-Lloyd Center for Shipping and Global Logistics (CSGL) and Associate Professor of Maritime Logistics at Kühne Logistics University (KLU). Between 2013 and 2015 he worked for the same institution as Assistant Professor. In 2011 and 2012 he held the position of Senior Researcher Green Shipping at the Research and Innovation department of Det Norske Veritas AS (now DNV-GL) in Høvik, near Oslo. Between 2004 and 2010 he worked as deputy director and researcher at the Center for Maritime Economics and Logistics (MEL)/Erasmus SmartPort of Erasmus University Rotterdam, with which he is still associated.

Dr. Acciaro holds a BSc and a MSc (cum Laude) in Statistics and Economics from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”; a MSc in Maritime Economics and Logistics from Erasmus University Rotterdam for which he was awarded the NOL/APL Prize for Student Excellence; and a PhD in Logistics also from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Dr. Acciaro was awarded the Young Researcher Best Paper Prize at the IAME Annual Conference in Cyprus in 2005. Dr. Acciaro is Associate Editor of Maritime Policy and Management, and member of the Editorial Board of Maritime Economics and Logistics. He is the Editor of the IAME Newsletter and will co-chair the IAME annual conference in Hamburg in 2016.

Since 2001 he worked as a consultant, advisor and researcher in the areas of liner shipping economics, terminal management and operations optimisation, green shipping, container logistics integration and supply chain pricing and finance. He has lectured at several institutions around the world, he authored over thirty publications and has been invited speaker at industry events such as TOC Europe and Intermodal.

More information on Michele Acciaro can be found at: https://www.the-klu.org/acciaro/

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