Connecting Supply Chains to the Internet of Things
The global network of objects that exchange data via embedded sensors – known as the Internet of Things – has the potential to revolutionize everyday communications. A MISI thesis research project looked at the supply chain implications for a major manufacturer.
Taking Stock of Small Store Delivery Options
A global retailer is opening small format stores in response to market changes, but is still using a large store distribution model. An SCM thesis research project looked at alternative models that are suited to the delivery of grocery products in smaller volumes.
Towards a Freight-Friendlier Rail System in Europe
Traditionally, rail transportation in Europe has tended to favor the movement of passengers. A new research initiative aims to make the mode more attractive to freight. The Zaragoza Logistics Center is taking the lead on the supply chain portion of the research.
ZLC Launches Two Executive Education Programs
OnProcess Joins MIT CTL Exchange
Finance and Resilience Events in October
Where is My Product?
Logistics Cluster Debate in Colombia
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Supply Chain Frontiers #58 Presentations 2015
Supply Chain Frontiers #58 Publications 2015
MIT SUPPLY CHAIN FRONTIERS Issue #58, Summer 2015
Editor: Ken Cottrill