Making a chain of connections throughout Latin America


By Mark Mulligan

MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) teamed with the Bogotá-based consultancy LOGyCA in 2008 to create an education and research facility in the city aimed at helping graduates and educators to tackle the issue. Called the Center for LatinAmerican Logistics Innovation (CLI), the new school offers a graduate certificate in logistics and supply chain management as a specialisation within a standard masters programme in industrial engineering, business administration, or similar discipline at selected universities in the region.

It is the second such venture by MIT, following the launch in 2005 of the Zaragoza Logistics Center in northern Spain.

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