Dr. Hokey Min is James R. Good Chair in Global Supply Chain Strategy in the Department of Management at Bowling Green State University. He was Professor of Supply Chain Management, Distinguished University Scholar, and Founding Executive Director of the Logistics and Distribution Institute (LoDI), the UPS Center for World-Wide Supply Chain Management, and the Center for Supply Chain Workforce Development at the University of Louisville. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Management Sciences and Logistics from the Ohio State University. His expertise includes global logistics strategy, healthcare supply chains, closed-loop supply chains, e-synchronized supply chains, service benchmarking, and supply chain modeling. He has published more than 175 scholarly articles in various refereed journals, including European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Business Logistics, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Journal of the Operational Research Society, International Journal of Production Research, International Journal of Production Economics, Transportation Journal, and Transportation Research. He recently authored two books: one titled Healthcare Supply Chain Management: Basic Concept and Principles, and another titled The Essentials of Supply Chain Management: New Business Concepts and Applications. He has also engaged in numerous consulting projects with more than 50 organizations, including UPS, Brown-Forman Beverage World-Wide, Syntel Inc., Calphalon, Nationwide Insurance, National Tobacco Company, Time-It Transportation, Pegasus Transportation Inc., Usher Transport Inc., Nagle Trucking, Houston-Johnson Inc., Master Halco, Briggs and Stratten, WestPoint Stevens, ScanSteel Inc., Dixie Warehouse Services, GenLyte Thomas Industries, Owens Corning, Buckeye Cable Systems, Andersons Inc., BioFit, Kentucky Motor Transport Association, Korea Maritime Institute (KMI), Korea Ocean Research Development Institute (KORDI), the Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering (KRISO), and the Chinese Rural Energy & Environment Agency.