Craig Austin

Associate Teaching Professor Florida International University - College of Business

Craig Austin is senior export/import and logistics professional with more than fifteen years experience in all aspects of international logistics, CFS & Gateway operations, and supply chain logistics. Consistently able to manage multiple projects with competing priorities involving program development, quality control, and safety initiatives. Demonstrated capability in leading poor-performing groups toward higher productivity and excellence. A change-agent capable of leading corporate transition and process reengineering, possessing superior communication and business development skills with senior and other levels of management and staff.

MBA, Management 1996 - 1998
BA, International Relations 1988 - 1992
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UAW Strike Impacts Transportation

UAW’s Strike and Tentative Deal Pose an “Existential Struggle” For the Auto Industry

Craig Austin - November 14, 2023

Amidst the current labor disputes in the automotive industry, how can unions like the United Auto Workers balance their demands with the automakers' need to stay competitive in the rapidly evolving electric vehicle market?In a landmark labor movement, the United Auto Workers (UAW) secured a significant contract victory with General Motors after a 46-day strike, marking a resurgence in union power reminiscent of the New Deal era.

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India is a Strong “China Plus One” Contender, But Supply Chain Strategies Need to Be “China Plus Many”

Craig Austin - August 2, 2023

In an era of the evolving global supply chain, businesses are looking beyond China, a traditional manufacturing behemoth, for diversification. The reasoning is clear: mounting political tensions and escalating costs have driven companies to explore alternative supply chain strategies.

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