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Logistics & Distribution Training Program

Principles of Logistics & Distribution Management
  • In his best-selling book, “The world is Flat”, Thomas Friedman, a staff writer for “The New York Times”, discusses 10 major forces that have helped to “flatten” the world from an economic prospective. One of the 10 forces is what he describes as supply chaining, a method of collaborating among businesses to manage the flow of goods, information and cash to deliver “value” to customer.                                                     
  • This type of collaboration has stretched vertically and horizontally on a global basis to become a cornerstone of competitive strategy for successful organisations in today’s global market place.                                          
  • The key components of Logistics have been an important feature of industrial and economic life for countless years. But only in the recent past that Logistics has been recognised as a major function in its own right.
In today’s world, logistics & distribution are necessary cornerstones of competitive starter, increased market share and shareholder value for most of the organisations
What managers are experiencing today, we choose to describe as the “Supply Chain Revolution” and a related “Logistical renaissance”. These massive shifts in expectation and practice concerning best practice performance of business operations are highly interrelated.
Within a firm’s Supply Chain Management”, Logistics is the work required to move and geographically position inventory. Logistics & Distribution is a process that creates value by timing and positioning inventory. It is a combination of firm’s order management, inventory, transportation, warehousing, material handling and packaging as integrated throughout a facility network
While the purpose of logistical work has remined essentially the same over the decades, the way the work is performed continues to radically change. Acknowledged dependence between business firms created distribution channels
Duration: 1 day
Date: Coming soon
Online, Live and Inter-active
The session will cover – 

• Introduction to Logistics & Distribution

• Integrated Logistics & Supply Chain

• Customer Service & Logistics

• Channels of Distribution

• Key issues & Challenges for Logistics

• Planning framework for Logistics

• Logistics processes

• Supply Chain Segmentation

• Logistics Network Planning

• Logistics Management & Organisation

  • Transportation

  1.         Motor carriers

  2.         Railroads

  3.         Airlines

  4.         Water carriers & Pipelines

.  Cost & Performance monitoring

• Benchmarking

• IT in Supply Chain

• Outsourcing Management

• Security & Safety in Distribution

• Logistics & Environment

Webinar Details

 Online, Live, and Inter-active

Platform: GoToMeeting

Price: Early Bird price till 09th June, INR 999, and subsequently INR 1499(all-inclusive, special promotional price, no refund or adjustment possible). This price is for individuals to promote self-study and if payment has to be paid by corporates, the rate will be different and quotes will be sent based on request.

Certificate: Participation certificate will be provided to all participants from “Thoughtware Training Pvt Ltd”. This program has no link to APICS


Trainer: Mr. Pattabhi Raman CPIM, CSCP, CLTD…

Training Materials: Recorded video link will be provided to those participants who request the same. No additional materials will be provided. However, recommended books will be informed during the session.

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