Logistics Institute Slates Course in April

March 1, 2001
The Logistics Institute at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) will present the 21st annual Transportation/Distribution/Logistics Modeling

The Logistics Institute at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) will present the 21st annual Transportation/Distribution/Logistics Modeling course, set for April 4-6, 2001, at Georgia Tech in Atlanta GA.

This course is designed for logistics, supply chain, and operations, and warehouse managers and engineers; material management professionals; industrial engineers; and systems analysts. Topics include: supply chain modeling, transportation modeling, demand planning, and inventory modeling.

For more details, access www.conted.gatech.edu/register; e-mail [email protected]; phone 404-385-3501; fax 404-894-8925; or contact Georgia Tech, Continuing Education - R, PO Box 93686, Atlanta GA 30377-0686.

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