In this episode, Dr. Gary Deel talks to Dr. Larry D. Parker Jr., APU’s Program Director of Transportation and Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management.
The key to reimagining the supply chain is not to build a better product, but to build a better team and create a strong culture.
The adoption of barcodes for almost everything we purchase was a slow process. Today, the barcode is an integral part of our society.
The U.S. faces a huge problem trying to sell our recycled litter to China. However, it has created new business opportunities in reverse logistics.
When it comes to recycling and reverse logistics, it does not matter who wins. Consumers "take home the gold" in the form of a better community and planet.
By Dr. Nina Natoli Transportation & Logistics Management Faculty Member, American Public University Last August, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an antitrust lawsuit to block the proposed merger of US Airways and American Airlines. This action was the latest in a series of regulatory efforts to maintain a consumer-friendly airline industry in the U.S.
There's no doubt that transportation and logistics is a complex industry. With the movement of goods, planning of various activities, and the monitoring of transportation services there are numerous facets of the industry, and it's the improvements of processes that are moving it forward.
In this interactive discussion, Tuesday, December 7, 11 am-12:15 pm ET, industry experts Victor Deyglio (The Logistics Institute) and Irvin Varkonyi (American Public University), will present solutions to the challenges faced by logisticians.