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  • In completing this course, the student will be able to: understand the overall logistics system and interrelated functional areas; develop analytical and problem solving skills necessary for a variety of logistical problems; and learn leading-edge logistics strategies. You will be able to describe the full meaning and value of logistics in a highly competent and skillful manner.
  • Major topics covered in the course are the logistics system, supply chain management, inbound logistics, outbound logistics, customer service, inventory management, warehousing, materials handling, order processing, packaging, optimization, and the role of Transportation in Logistics

  • Major topics covered in the course are the logistics system, supply chain management, inbound logistics, outbound logistics, customer service, inventory management, warehousing, materials handling, order processing, packaging, optimization, and the role of Transportation in Logistics

  • Major topics covered in the course are Logistics Relationships and Third Party Logistics, Supply Chain Finance, Performance Management;

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Transportation Management, Network Design, Global Logistics and Warehousing Management.

  • Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to understand the liability of domestic and international carriers; contracts of carriage; the liability terms contained in the bill of lading; tariff rules pertaining to liability; the process of preparing and filing claims; and the options available for recovering monetary damages. Our course Manual has been revised as of October 2000, and later supplemented with an Addendum during the first quarter 2001 by Mr. William Augello, Esquire, a recognized worldwide expert in this field….and a faculty member of The Institute of Logistical Management. Mr. Augello has practiced Law in the Transportation Industry for over 40 years.

  • Understanding the basics of transportation is a good start to understanding the prerequisites of the dynamic corporate supply chain. this course will start you on your way.


  • Major topics covered in the course are government’s role in global logistics, the global logistics environment, ocean and air transportation, intermediaries, documentation, insurance, exporting and importing, as well as obligations of Sellers, Buyers and Carriers in International Commerce.
  • Upon successful completion of this course the student will have acquired a solid foundation relative to the integration of Information Technology and Supply Chain Logistics. The student will understand the critical importance and value of Information Technology in Supply Chain Logistics and how both elements are necessary for the successful implementation of profitable business strategies in our global economy. The student will be enabled to share their expertise from the knowledge gained from this course within their respective business enterprise at all levels of an organization. This material is process-driven, and it is not about theory. It will enable students and professionals in the Supply Chain/Logistics Worldwide Industry to utilize this knowledge for “real world” on-the-job application.

  • Transportation Management 6th Edition, has been recently revised and is part Two of the Transportation 6th Edition text. The first part is covered in Transportation Systems 6th Edition.

    Topics Covered include:

    1. Global Transportation and the Economy
    2. Costing and Pricing in Transportation
    3. Carrier Strategies
    4. Information Management and Technology
    5. Shipper Strategies
    6. Shipper Processes
  • The recently revised Transportation Systems course is meant to help students get a better understanding of the various modes of Transportation. The course consists of the following topics:

    1. Transportation, the Supply Chain and the Economy

    2. Transportation Regulation and Public Policy

    3. Motor Carriers

    4. Railroads

    5. Air Carriers

    6. Water Carriers and Pipelines

    7. Intermodal and Special Carriers


  • This course is designed to familiarize the student with the role of the warehousing function in the economy and its relationship to the logistics process. Details are provided on warehousing operations; inventory control; layout; materials handling equipment; packaging; labor and productivity; cost controls; and private vs. public warehousing, including workshop case studies. 





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