Emine holds a BSc degree from Logistics Management at Izmir University of Economics in Turkey. Emine started her master studies in International Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme at Jönköping International Business in Sweden. In her MSc dissertation, she investigated how product-service systems affect risk and value perceptions of the road freight transporters and she attained her degree in June 2012. She had teaching experience on the master level courses, which were in the area of supply chain management and design, during 2013-2015. Recently she has been admitted as a PhD student in Transport Research Institute in Edinburgh Napier University and she focuses on investigating how consolidation centres can reduce emissions and congestion caused by freight transport in urban areas. Research Topic: Investigating how consolidation centres can reduce emissions and congestion caused by freight transport in urban areas.