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Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy
Orlando, FL, United States - 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th July 2002
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The Logistics Institute/Georgia Institute of Technology Course Description.
World-class logistics practices and systems are the means to simultaneously improve customer service, reduce operating expenses, and minimize capital investments. Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy presents those world-class practices and systems in a comprehensive and systematic format. The course addresses the changing and increasingly important role of logistics in business; logistics performance measures and benchmarking procedures; world-class processes for customer service and order processing, inventory planning and management, supply chain integration, transportation and distribution, and warehousing; logistics information systems architectures and implementation strategies; and logistics organization design alternatives. The main objective of the course is to teach the participants how to develop a comprehensive logistics strategy to support overall business objectives.

16th, 17th, 18th and 19th July 2002

Disney's BoardWalk Inn -- Lake Buena Vista

Course Outline; The Evolution of Logistics The Role of Logistics in Business Logistics Performance Analysis Customer Service and Order Processing (CS&OP) Inventory Planning and Management (IP&M) Supply Chain Engineering Efficient Transportation Efficient Warehousing Logistics Information Systems Logistics Organization Design International Logistics Logistics Case Studies Logistics Megatrends

The program fee of $3,350 includes continental breakfasts, lunches, breaks, and all classroom materials.

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Phone: 404-385-3501

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