Developing Strategies for Achieving Pre-emptive Resilience in Military Supply Chain of Defence Industries


Shehu Sani conducts research on developing strategies for achieving pre-emptive resilience specifically in Military Supply Chain (MSC). He is keen to understand how proactive strategies would impact the overall performance and efficiency of the military supply chain and how these strategies would be employed to limit unexpected disruptions to military supply chains at the pre-disruption stage.


Shehu Mohammed Sani is a PhD student specializing in Military Supply Chain Technology within the context of Industry 4.0. Before joining The Systems Realization Laboratory at the University of Liverpool, he completed his Master’s in Mechanical Engineering (Energy Studies) at the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria. He is a member of Nigerian Society of Engineers and Registered Member of the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria. His research interest is in improving military supply chain using Digital Twin.