About Us

The Malaysian Institute of Logistics is a non-profit professional institute dedicated to promoting logistics and developing the art and science of logistics management, education and technologies throughout the ASEAN region.

First founded on 14th March 1996, the institute received its formal individuals from the Registrar of Society on 14th March 1997. (Registration No. 2622/97) Its objectives are to enhance knowledge, encourage analytical development, provide qualification structure, impart advances in logistics techniques and tools, as well as to encourage logistic activities.

As a logistic professional institution, MIL subscribes to its philosophy for the logistic profession to work together to standardise and at the same time control the quality of the full spectrum of logistic professionalism.

:: OUR OBJECTIVE ::

  • To enhance knowledge, competences and recognition of those working in the field of logistic management
  • To provide support, assistance and a focus for the professional; including social activities for members
  • To provide a qualification structure based on nationally recognised education standards and to publicise its benefits to employers, the government and educational bodies
  • To identify and disseminate advances in logistics and to act as a focal point for discussions
  • To be recognised as the authoritative voice in logistics discipline and to encourage local regional and international logistics activities.

:: OUR AIMS ::

  • To enhance knowledge, competences and recognition of those working in the field of logistic management.
  • To provide support, assistance and a focus for the professional; including social activities for members.
  • To provide a qualification structure based on nationally recognised education standards and to publicise its benefits to employers, the government and educational bodies.
  • To identify and disseminate advances in logistics and to act as a focal point for discussions.
  • To be recognised as the authoritative voice in logistics discipline and to encourage local regional and international logistics activities.

:: PROFESSIONALISM ::

To provide opportunities for professional growth in the field of logistics by:

  • Assisting in the development of formal logistics programs in educational institutions.
  • Conducting education programs and training courses, seminars, workshops, symposiums, classes and home study courses.
  • Publishing or sponsoring publication of logistics discipline and interests.
  • Provide a job referral service for members.

:: TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT ::

Activities include to:

  • Define, develop and communicate analytical engineering and management techniques needed for effective coordination of the various logistics functions.
  • Introduce measures to achieve and improve support of products while reducing costs.
  • Ensure quality assurance and performance of all products.

:: INTERACTION ::

To promote productive professional relationships and join the exchange of ideas amongst:

  • Scientific engineering and management disciplines employed in the research, teaching and practice of logistics.
  • Logistics practitioners in all types of private enterprises, government and public service institutions.
  • Logistics specialist, generalists and others.
  • Related professional societies, trade associations and other institutions in the fields of engineering, education and management.

:: RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT ::

To recognise significant achievements in the logistics field by:

  • Conducting a professional certification program.
  • Rewarding outstanding contributions and accomplishments through a continuing program of awards at the national, international and chapter levels.

:: OUR PLEDGE ::

We, members of the Malaysian Institute of Logistics inconsonance with the highest standards of ethical conduct hereby pledge that we shall endeavour to:

  • Accept a personal obligation to serve the society at large with an honest and competent professional effort.
  • Act impartially to advance the dignity and integrity of the Logistics profession
  • Contribute towards improvement of human environment, work culture, and human rights.
  • Strive for excellence in professional performance, personal conduct and good citizenship.
  • Uplift the image of MIL as a professional logistics organization and towards national development.

:: OUR SPECIALISATION ::

Our expertise and specialisation spans all aspects of the logistics spectrum. To ensure these diverse specialisations in logistics discipline receive appropriate recognition and respect by the professionals, the institute has created 6 technical divisions. Each division is headed by an advisor who sits in the MIL Council of Advisors. The divisions are:

  • Technology - engineering, research, computer support, and standards.
  • Management - corporate matters product life cycle project management support international relations, and crisis management.
  • Product support - maintenance, supply, training, field service, and customer support.
  • Materials Management - distribution, and purchasing packaging inventory transportation. • Financial Management - billing, budgeting, and finance accounting.
  • Human Resource Management - Education and training, individual training, and education programs.