Zaragoza Logistics Center is organizing the 11th Closed-Loop Supply Chain Conference to be held on March 30-31, 2012 in Zaragoza. This year’s meeting will focus on the theme, “On the Intersection of the Environment, New Product Design and Regulatory Issues for Sustainability”. The conference includes presentations by leading researchers, practitioners and policy makers on the cross cultural views of closed-loop supply chain and sustainability, as well as a panel discussion on academy-industry cooperation for pushing the frontiers.
This year’s speakers represent academia and the highest level of industry. Hailing from global companies such as Cycleon, Sony and Nokia Siemens Network and prestigious schools as INSEAD, Georgia Tech., Mc Gill and University of South Carolina. This event will also have the distinguished participation of Mr. Pavel Misiga, Head of Unit, Sustainable Production and Consumption, Directorate-General for Environment of the European Commission.
More info about the The Closed-Loop Supply Chain conference
The Closed-Loop Supply Chain conference is an annual meeting that brings together researchers and stakeholders from industry as well as government to elaborate on current challenges in this field. This conference plays an important role, not only on bridging the gaps between academia, industry and policy makers, but also exploring the new research areas for researchers. Continuing and extending the work of a European research group, ‘REVerse LOGistics and its Effects on Industry’ (REVLOG), the network of closed-loop supply chain now comprises leading international universities and institutions, which are interested in sharing ideas and conducting practice driven scientific research. Multiple books and papers have resulted from this long-lasting cooperation.
More info about the Zaragoza Logistics Center
Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC) is a research institute established by the Government of Aragon in Spain in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Zaragoza. This successful partnership led to the creation of the MIT Global SCALE Network that now spans four continents. ZLC’s mission is to create an international center of excellence for research and education in logistics and SCM that actively engages with industry and the public sector to develop and disseminate knowledge. Thus, ZLC offers postgraduate and executive programs in logistics and supply chain management and a research program, which core areas are Supply Chain and Finance, Green Supply Chains, Transport and Urban Mobility, Supply Chain Network Design, Supply Chain Organizational Behavior, Global Health Supply Chains and Humanitarian Logistics.
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