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Logistics and Transportation Management (OPIM314)

Course description

Transportation forms an important integral part of a global supply chain system where business competition requires companies to design products for international markets, and rationalize their purchasing, production and distribution options. Goods and services cannot move on their own from supply houses to demand locales, conferring transportation a central role in their distributions. Transportation contributes and increases the values in the chain by performing the "moving" functions in th...


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Graded, 1.0 Credit Units

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