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Logistics and Supply Chain – 1940 to 2040 with Jason Miller

The Logistics of Logistics

The department educates students to succeed in careers such as procurement, manufacturing, inventory management, warehousing, transportation, and customer service. In 1940, the iron skillet was manufactured in Wisconsin from iron ore mined from Michigan and Minnesota.

The Way to Real Time Supply Chain

The Logistics of Logistics

Optimizing execution requires real-time visibility into shipping processes and track-and-trace capabilities, along with automated warehouse and distribution processes and advanced transportation planning. This enables companies to respond swiftly to customer requirements, procure parts earlier, plan parts inventory more effectively and unlock service parts profit potential. He is a guest speaker at the Purchasing Management Association and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.