Bringing a product from its raw components and into the hands of a satisfied customer is a complex process. If you can strategize an efficient flow, your skills will always be in demand! This summer we invite you to China’s port city of Tianjin, a national hub for modern manufacturing, where you’ll study logistics and supply chain management.
A company’s supply chain can be its downfall or its greatest asset. This program teaches you about the supply chain’s participants, functions, and flows, and how each stage affects the others. Transportation, inventory, and warehousing are just some of the elements covered in this complex system. Using China as the context, you’ll review case studies that reveal how streamlining logistics and supply chain management can become aß competitive advantage.
A mix of case discussions, interactive lectures, and group presentations will train you to solve complex problems related to factors and flows in the supply chain. With Tianjin itself a major hub for international shipping, you’re well situated to learn about the supply chain in a meaningful way – and begin a rewarding career.