Best Logistics Management Courses

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International Logistics & Transportation in Supply Chain.

05/2021 Updated: Logistics Management, Freight Calculation, Documents in Export Import Logistics, Inventory Transport

Created by Adarsh Amal - Masters in Shipping, Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

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Students: 31990, Price: $19.99

Students: 31990, Price:  Paid

This Course will prove to be a boon to you and help you boost your supply chain and logistics management knowledge. Its a base for Inventory Movement and is ideal for Amazon FBA, Drop Shipping, Outsourcing , Retail business owners, Inventory, Logistics and Supply Chain Manager as it is prepared with focus on practical knowledge which you can use in you day to day work as the instructor himself is a Supply Chain and Logistics Management professional managing Shipping, Freight Forwarding, Surface Transport, Aviation Logistics for many exporters and importers.

5 Key reasons to enroll this course

1) This course has reached 180 countries and professionals in logistics and supply chain management have shown great interest and have request for more course on the said domain,

2) About 29000 students have enrolled in over course in a short span making this course on logistics and supply chain a complete package for all those who desire to become Logistics and Supply Chain Management professionals

3) "Regular update" the course is being updated on regular intervals to keep up with the standards of logistics and supply chain industry

4) We have received appreciation by our students with 50% five star ratings

5) You will be supported by the instructor in case if you have any doubts as soon as possible

Why is Logistics Management and Supply Chain the Future

The logistics and supply chain aspect is vital for any business in terms of supply of quality raw materials, efficient manufacturing process, as well as tracking, transport and storage of the finished goods. Companies implementing well-designed supply chain practices are able to meet consumer needs in a more expeditious and timely manner.

Logistics & Supply chain digitization is the process of using the latest tech solutions together with other physical and digital assets to redesign logistics practices. This way, they can adjust better to the fast-paced, highly competitive, omni-channel business environment.

Why is Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management a good career?

Job opportunities for Supply chain and Logistics Management are projected to grow by a whopping 22 percent between 2012 and 2022. This is significantly faster than the average rate for all other occupations. With this growth comes job security, along with the possibility of increased compensation due to the in demand status of professionals in this field. While the median annual wage for  Supply Chain and Logistics Management  profession is $72,780, top earners can make upwards of $112,000.

By the end of this you will complete understanding of the Business of Logistics Management in Supply Chain , from a day to day operational point of view.

The Modules in this course are

1) Introductory video to the  Supply Chain and Logistics Management

2)Understanding the meaning of Export and Import of Inventory before kick starting the  Supply Chain and Logistics Management  Modules

3)How to organize a shipment and its importance in  Supply Chain and Logistics Management

4)Learning about International commerce terms rule for export, import and logistics of Inventory

5)The Importance and the role of Freight forwarder in Logistics movement and Supply chain of inventory

6)Calculation in Logistics Management

i. What is FCL vs LCL in Logistics Management

ii. Real life example of Cotton vs Iron for Volume Calculation of cargo and Why one should know volume calculation in Logistics Management

iii. Calculation in LCL and Air Logistics Management(Aviation Logistics and Supply Chain)

iv. Case Study to understand Logistics Management and Supply chain better

v. LCL vs Air Freight which is better in Logistics Management solution for Inventory transport

vi. Comparing freight rate on different Logistics carriers for competitive freight rates with real example

vii. Documents involved in Logistics Management and Shipping of Inventory

viii. Managing Risk in Logistics and Supply Chain of good by Cargo (Inventory) insurance and Calculating cargo insurance

ix. Harmonized Code and Custom Duty for Export and Import of cargo and Logistics service providers

x. Bonus Lecture for next step towards Logistics Management and Supply Chain

At the end of this course the students will understand which is the Best Mode of Transport for Exporting and Importation of Inventory for said value and dimension as they will learn about Freight Calculation in Logistics , Volume Calculation of Cargo(Inventory) , How to Save Cost in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, INCOTERMS, The Impact of Incoterms on Invoice value of Cargo, The Role of Freight Forwarder cum Custom Broker in Logistics and Supply Chain, Harmonized system code (H.S Code) for Calculation of Custom Import Duty, Cargo Insurance to avoid loss due to catastrophe and piracy, Whom and why to consult before placing an order, Selection of Transport mode in emergency or high valued cargo and Charge wise study of  Logistics chain.

Logistics and Ocean Shipping in Supply Chain Management

Learn export & import by containers, its logistics movement of inventory by Sea in logistics, supply chain & Shipping.

Created by Adarsh Amal - Masters in Shipping, Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

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Students: 20072, Price: $19.99

Students: 20072, Price:  Paid

This course is for the ones who are working in Logistics, Supply Chain, Export and Import part of Supply Chain industry this course will help you gain knowledge about Ocean Logistics Management  and multimodal transport operations in depth covering interesting topics like Container stuffing, Types of Ships for Container Logistics and Shipping, Types of Containers etc the instructor of this course has kept this course very practical no text book definitions and boring theory. As container shipping is the heart of Global trade and Logistics and Supply Chain, Learning about Ocean Logistics will help you gain insights of the container shipping and ocean Logistics industry. As 90% of the world cargo is moved by Ocean Logistics and 60% by container which speaks volume of the role of Liner shipping in Logistics and Supply Chain.

We have tried to keep the course as simple as possible to keep the complex definitions of Logistics and Supply Chain Management simple Logistic and Supply Chain professional around the globe hold respected position in many companies such as Logistics and Supply Chain service provider, Logistics and Supply Chain department in International Export and Import companies due to evolution of modern day trade the Logistics and Supply Chain industry requires more and more skilled Logistics and Supply Chain professionals

The device which you are using may be imported by containers that why Ocean shipping is the base of logistics and Supply Chain for your Inventory Management. So lets get started with with wonderful industry of Ocean shipping in Logistics and Supply Chain and become a asset to the National and Global Economies.

Logistics Management: Air Cargo Import Export & Supply Chain

4500+ Enrollment in 1 Month : Air Logistics Management, Freight Calculation,Document in logistics , Supply Chain

Created by Adarsh Amal - Masters in Shipping, Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

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Students: 11363, Price: $19.99

Students: 11363, Price:  Paid

This Course will prove to be a boon to you and help you boost your supply chain and logistics management knowledge as it is a specialized course on Aviation Logistics Management as Air Logistics Management is very important if your aim is to move your cargo on urgent basis with minimum risk, As in International Trade and Shipping there are many risks involved.Its a base for inventory Movement and is ideal for Amazon FBA, Drop Shipping, Outsourcing , Retail business owners, Inventory, Logistics and Supply Chain Manager as it is prepared with focus on practical knowledge which you can use in you day to day work as the instructor himself is a Supply Chain and Logistics Management professional managing Shipping, Freight Forwarding, Surface Transport, Aviation Logistics for many exporters and importers and has a professional qualification in then Feild of Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management

Why is Logistics Management and Supply Chain the Future ?

The logistics and supply chain aspect is vital for any business in terms of supply of quality raw materials, efficient manufacturing process, as well as tracking, transport and storage of the finished goods. Companies implementing well-designed supply chain practices are able to meet consumer needs in a more expeditious and timely manner.

Logistics & Supply chain digitization is the process of using the latest tech solutions together with other physical and digital assets to redesign logistics practices. This way, they can adjust better to the fast-paced, highly competitive, omni-channel business environment.

Why is Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management a good career?

Logistics & Supply Chain Management professionals are high in demand in various organizations in national as well as international level. Logistics & Supply Chain Management are the necessary terms of company success and customer satisfaction.

Top job profiles:

Project Manger

Supply Chain /Logistics Manager

Material Manager

Demand Planner

Master Production Scheduler

Sourcing Manager

Export Import/ Logistics/ Supply Chain Analyst

Export Import/ Logistics/ Supply Chain Consultant

Customer Service Manager Export Import/ Logistics/ Supply Chain

International Logistics Manager

Inventory Control Manager

Logistics Engineer

Logistics Manager

Airports

Logistics Business Analyst

By the end of this you will complete understanding of the Business of Logistics Management in Supply Chain , from a day to day operational point of view.

The Modules in this course are

1) Introductory video to the  Aviation Logistics Management in Supply Chain & Import Export

2)Shift of Cargo from Air Logistic to Ocean Logistics in Import Export

3)Strengths of Aviation Logistics over other modes in Import Export

4)History and Orgin of Aviation Logistics in International trade

5)International Air Transport Association (IATA) in Import Export, Shipping & Logistics

6)Types of Airlines  in Air Cargo Logistics Management and Import Export

7)Types of Airports in Aviation Logistics Management

8)Types of Airports and Airlines Connectivity in International Trade

9)Aviation Connectivity in International Trade & Import Export

10)Players in Aviation Logistics and Import Export

11)The Role of Information Technology on Air Logistics

12)Air freight Calculations and Types of Air Freight in Import Export & Logistics

13)Documents in Aviation Logistics Management and International Trade

14)Flow of Movement of cargo in aviation logistics management and Import Export

At the end of this course the students will understand  why selecting the best mode of transport for a  said inventory is very important in Logistics Managment and when should they select Air Modes of transports and when to not

they will learn about Freight Calculation in Air Logistics , Volume Calculation of Cargo(Inventory) , How to Save Cost in Logistics and Supply Chain Management,  The Role of Freight Forwarder cum Custom Broker in Logistics and Supply Chain, The Role of Ground Handling Agent in Air Logistics Management,  Whom and why to consult before placing an order, Selection of Transport mode in emergency or high valued cargo and Charge wise study of  Logistics chain.

Logistics for Management Consultants – a practical guide

Learn to analyze, optimize logistics as a management consultant during consulting project on the basis of cases provided

Created by Asen Gyczew - Expert in performance improvement, turnaround and startups

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Students: 2039, Price: $89.99

Students: 2039, Price:  Paid

The course is designed to turn you into efficient and fast business consultant

If you are a business / management consultant you probably have already noticed that it is very important to be efficient during projects, especially if you have to work 10-15 hours a day, 7 days a week. I know exactly the pain as I was consultant myself for 5 years and I had the pleasure to train consultants at top consulting firms (more than 100 consultants). Many of them are now at directors level at FMCG / SMCG companies, private equity funds and consulting companies. This course will show you how to successfully and conduct fast a performance improvement or turnaround project of the logistics / supply chain operation of the company. The principles presented here can be actually implemented in any consulting projects, especially supply chain and production projects, but we wanted to concentrate on one topic to show you from simple to complicated analysis how you should approach the subject.

The course is also very useful for people involved on a daily basis in logistics and provides a framework how to optimize their operations. Course is perfect also for business analyst outside the management consulting fields who want to significantly improve their skills. We recommend taking it also for people apply to consulting companies - it will give advantage at the interviews.

This course is a practical guide.

There is little theory and we concentrate on showing you in practice how to analyze, present problems and solutions and how to draw the right conclusions from the data. During the course you will get to understand how to approach the project to maximize effects in the shortest possible time. You will also learn, through real-life case studies, how to analyze fast in Excel logistics and to draw insightful conclusions

As attachments to the course you will get the Excel files along with solution so you can practice on your own analyzing the data. You can also use the files for future projects.

Please, follow instruction so that you maximize the learning experience from the course – first try to do it on your own, then go to partial solution and try to finish it on your own. Only after you try the latter one you should go to final solution and check the Excel with the final solution.

After the completion of this training you wil:

  • Be able to handle supply chain related analysis in Excel with easiness
  • Be very efficient during the project deliver great results and be able to sleep
  • Have good knowledge about problems which may occur in logistics
  • Be able to prepare yourself for audit of supply chain system
  • Be able to perform simulations

You will be able also to download many additional resources

  • Excels with calculations showing you how you can solve the presented cases in logistics
  • Presentation of results which are perfect examples of how you can communicate your findings and convince the customer
  • Links to must-read books for every consultant
  • Links to free presentation and movies worth reading and watching

The Business of Logistics in Supply Chain Management

Kick start your Career as a Logistics Manager or a Supply Chain Manager

Created by Jasmine Bayer - Masters of International Business. NET Certified Instructor

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Students: 1465, Price: $29.99

Students: 1465, Price:  Paid

This course gives you a complete understanding of the Business of Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management, from a day to day operational point of view. You will learn the theory behind Logistics and Supply Chain Management and then put the theory into practice as we discuss the decision-making process involved in the transportation of cargo via Air Cargo Management via cargo and courier, commercial and sample cargo movement and Ocean Cargo Management through FCL and LCL shipments. We will also cover topics like VGM, Shipment Schedules, and Containerization

You will learn how to schedule a shipment, Calculate the cost of shipments and gain insights from an Industry Expert in Planning your Logistics Activity. This course is created to help you gain an understanding in the way the world works with regards to moving cargo.

This course will also teach you the Export-Import Procedures and Documentation involved in Logistics Management and the Certifications involved in the process and discuss the steps in filling up of the Commerical Documentation

You will also learn the basics of Warehousing and Inventory Management, explaining the basic principles of EOQ( Economic Order Quantity), ABC Analysis and Safety Stock.

There are interesting case studies to help make the course more relatable and Pop Quiz and Assignments to test your knowledge.

If you are looking for a course that will help you Ace your Supply Chain Management Exams and make you an Amazing Manager then this course is short, precise and to the point and will certainly help you gain almost a decade of  Management experience, presented to you in a nutshell.

Supply Chain Management A-Z: Operations & Logistics Basics

Supply Chain Management Basics: An MBA style course to boost your career as a business operations & logistics manager

Created by Laurence Gartside MEng Cantab - Management Consultant and Coach

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Students: 1130, Price: $19.99

Students: 1130, Price:  Paid

This MBA style course prepares and empowers you to make a REAL difference. Turbo-charge your career and your business.

This course is for the new or aspiring supply chain & operations manager, the ambitious procurement professionals, the striving logistics supervisors, hands-on production planners and the practical business optimization analysts.

  • Take control of your supply chain to have and "impact" and "improve" your business operations - manufacturing, services, retail, logistics industrial operations and production.

  • Equip yourself to take a new leading role in your workplace - improving your processes, systems, business / organization.

  • Understand the fundamentals, then details of the essentials of supply chain management, the core business trade-offs, essential analysis, calculations and basic optimisation methods.

  • Become the Supply Chain Management authority in your team on improving the operations systems in your business.

Course Sections:

1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management

2. Stakeholders and Relationships

3. Components of a Supply Chain

4. Types of Supply Chain and Value Stream Mapping

5. Forecasting Demand

6. Demand Management

7. Bullwhip Effect

8. Sales and Operations Planning

9. Inventory Management

10. Measuring Performance with Metrics / KPIs

In this course, you will learn:

  • Objectives:                           What are the "Aims and Objectives" of a good Supply Chain. How to balance the "Trade Offs"

  • Type of Supply Chain:          The difference between an "efficient" and a "responsive" supply chain and why you can be both

  • Relationships:                       Segment your Stakeholders and Tailor your Relationships. Are you transactional or collaborative?

  • Forecasting:                         Quantitative and Qualitative Methods of Forecasting Demand.

  • Excel work-throughs:           Worked examples in excel of the most common quantitative forecasting methods and calculating forecast error.

  • Reducing Variation:              Why demand variation is the enemy and how you can control it

  • Bullwhip Effect:                     Control the Bullwhip Effect: What it is, how does it happen (to us all!) and how to control it

  • Improve a Supply Chain:      By reducing Delays, Uncertainties and Decision Tiers

  • S&OP Planning Structure:    MRP, ERP and Software integration

  • Inventory:                             The core reasons we "need" inventory and why it really costs us so much more than most managers think

  • KPIs:                                      5 essential supply chain Metrics to give you a "deep" and "balanced" view of your performance

Business operations come in all shapes and sizes with a host of unique challenges; but good supply chain management is essential to them all. Whether you work in retail, manufacturing production, distribution and logistics or even service companies such as restaurants, retail, hospitality or health and beauty; -  an effective supply chain is a key determent of your business's success. Getting a strong control and continuously improving your business supply chain operations is essential to remain competitive, improving profitability, improving customer satisfaction, reducing costs and improving delivery.

A solid grasp of the "wider" supply chain picture is essential to be considered for a managerial position or seek promotion as higher roles require greater stakeholder relationships, building partnerships and business agreements either with other supply chain functions within your business or external companies.

Take control of your career and equip yourself with a solid base in Supply Chain Management; full of practical insights and tools that you can use right now to unlock the potential of yourself and your business!

FULL COURSE CONTENTS

1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management

A Life Changing Supply Chain

Welcome

The Supply Chain of Life - Blood

Why is Supply Chain Management Important?

What is Supply Chain Management?

Aims and Objectives of a Good Supply Chain

Key Activities in Supply Chain

2. Stakeholders and Relationships

Stakeholders and Relationships - Introduction

The Main Stakeholders

Suppliers, Producers and Distributors

Retailers and End Customers

Stakeholders and their Relationships

Vertical and Horizontal Relationships

Segmentation of Suppliers

Transactional vs Collaborative Relationships

3. Components of a Supply Chain

Components of a Supply Chain - Introduction

OEMs, Supplier Tiers and Internal Functions

Other Components of a Supply Chain

A Typical Supply Chain

4. Types of Supply Chain and Value Stream Mapping

Efficient vs Responsive Supply Chains

Matching Supply Chain Type to Product Type

Value Stream Mapping

VSM - An Example talk-through (VSM - example map)

5. Forecasting Demand

Forecasting Demand - Introduction

Why do we Need a Forecast?

The Golden Rules of Forecasting

Collaborative Forecasting - What

Collaborative Forecasting - Why

Collaborative Forecasting - How

Forecasting Methods

Quantitative Forecasting

Forecasting using Moving Averages

Forecasting using Weighted Averages

Forecasting using Exponential Smoothing

Calculating Forecast Error

Spotting Trends from Noise

6. Demand Management

Waiting for the Barber - Story

Demand Management - Introduction

What is Demand Management?

Causes of Demand Variation

External Demand Management - Methods

Internal Demand Management - Methods

7. Bullwhip Effect

Bullwhip Effect - Introduction

Demand Management through the Supply Chain

The Bullwhip Effect - Background

The Bullwhip going up the Supply Chain

Why Does It Happen?

Reducing Delays to Improve a Supply Chain

Reducing Uncertainty to Improve a Supply Chain

Reducing Decision Tiers to Improve a Supply Chain

8. Sales and Operations Planning

Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) - Introduction

What is S&OP for?

S&OP - Planning Structure

Independent vs Dependent Demand

Bill of Materials (BOM)

Materials Requirements Planning - Overview

MRP continued

Enterprise Resource Planning - ERP

Supply Chain Management Software

9. Inventory Management

Inventory Management - Introduction

What is Inventory?

Types of Inventory

Why do we Need Inventory?

Why Else do we Hold Inventory?

Costs of Inventory

Financial Costs of Inventory

Ordering Costs of Inventory

Holding Costs of Inventory

Operational Costs of Inventory

10. Measuring Performance with Metrics / KPIs

Measuring Performance - Introduction

What are Metrics?

Business's Perspective on Performance

Categories of Supply Chain KPIs / Metrics

Selected Metrics / KPIs for Supply Chain

Inventory Turns / Turnover

Days On Hand / Days Inventory Outstanding

Cash to Cash Cycle Time

Customer Lead Time

On Time In Full % (OTIF)

Fill Rate %

Wrap Up

Congratulations

Logistics and supply chain management

Operational tools and practical methodology for organizing shipping / transportation of goods

Created by Aurelien Millot - Entrepreneur and CEO

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Students: 1120, Price: $99.99

Students: 1120, Price:  Paid

Hello,

This course will allow you to have a big picture of the orchestration of logistics/transportation presenting the different means of transportation.

This is my humble experience of 16 years as CEO of my company of export/import in China and Professor for several MBA business schools throughout the world. It means this is concrete and not purely theoretical but down to earth and practical!

You will know how to define the responsibilities by using the proper incoterms.

You will learn how to book a shipment, what are the customs duties (HS codes) and thereby how to calculate the logistic costs.

You will learn how to manage the key documents required to export/import.

We will cover a maximum of examples with simulations, case studies, and real testimonies. Therefore you will have at the end a maximum of operational tools and templates to use for your own business.

NB: This course can be seen as the part of the big picture "International Trade Import and Export" which includes 3 other courses of mine;

1- Sourcing and buying 

2- Production follow-up and quality assurance

3- Prospection and negotiation

4- Transportation and logistics

NB: In addition to that, as a kind of bonus and for free, I share with you my YouTube channel

Just type “Aurelien Millot Master Key(s)” you will find it. It is for opening your mind, discovering new perspectives of life in general for those who are on a certain quest for the meaning of life… Who knows! A word to the wise ?

Wishing you a nice journey with this course, of course! 

AM

Logistics Management: International Transport & Shipping

Logistics Supply Chain Management Basics - Transport / Import - Export your Freight / Inventory by Air, Sea or Land

Created by Laurence Gartside MEng Cantab - Management Consultant and Coach

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Students: 740, Price: $19.99

Students: 740, Price:  Paid

This practical, beginners course prepares you with the fundamentals of Logistics Management & International Trade: specifically, your first freight / cargo transportation - international or domestic. Air, Sea or Land.

This course is for importers / exporters, freight transporters, and the new or aspiring supply chain, inventory & operations manager. Also ideal for, Amazon FBA entrepreneurs, drop-shippers, small retail owners or private labellers.

  • Take control of your logistics to have and "impact" and "improve" your business supply chain operations – be that in manufacturing, services, retail, wholesale, import/ export or arbitrage.

  • Equip yourself to take a new leading role in your workplace – improving your industry knowledge and avoid some famous ways to screw up!

  • Understand the fundamentals, then details of the essentials of making a freight shipment by sea, land or air, the core business trade-offs, essential terminology, documentation, tax, costs and timelines.

  • Become the freight transport authority in your team - get that shipment made, relaxed, knowing that you’ve got things in hand!

Course Sections:

1. Introduction to International Transportation Logistics

2. Overview Timeline of an Import Export Shipment and International Transport

3. Your Cargo / Goods / Inventory – Essential you need to know to prepare for shipping

4. Planning your Shipment - Air, Sea & Land

5. Documentation – Essential Documents you need to know about

6. 3rd Party Logistics & Freight Forwarders

7. Costs – All the costs involved in an international shipment, calculations, templates and examples.

8. Conclusion

9. Bonus Material - A selection of relevant videos from my courses on Inventory Management, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management & Lean Operations

Global logistics is an essential part of millions of businesses – big and small. But making your first shipment can be a very daunting prospect. Just like arriving at your new holiday destination, stepping out of the airport into a busy unfamiliar city; the options are huge, risks aplenty, with pitfalls and cons at every turn trying to stop you from having a great day out.

You need some specific information to give you back your power: - A reliable guide of what you should do, things you should prepare, questions you need to ask, how to select who you do business with, what you should expect from your service, what “normal” looks like.

Put yourself in the driving seat with confidence to start planning your own freight cargo shipment or take a leading role in your business’s new logistic operations – importing, exporting or freight handling.

In this course, you will learn:

  • Overview of all the steps in an international freight shipment with typical timelines.

  • Critical things to know about your cargo – So that you don’t pay extra tax, get fined or delayed.

  • Trade off of time vs money with different transport options. What is time spent in transit worth?

  • Understanding quotes from transportation providers – actual, volumetric and chargeable weight.

  • Incoterms – e.g., FOB, EXW, DDP – telling you what your shipping quote price actually includes.

  • Containers and Pallets - How to choose if you should use your “own” container “FCL” – full container load or share with others “LCL”. Things to know and prepare if palletizing.

  • Documentation - Know your “commercial invoice” from your “packing list”, your “certificate of conformity” from your MSDS… A small mistake here could be a big, costly delay.

  • 3rd Party Logistics providers / freight forwarders - What they are, what they do and how best to work with them.

  • Costs – Plan for “all” the costs involved in making a shipment. Don’t get caught out. Worked examples and use my cost template to predict your total cost and margin.

  • Bonus Material - 8 Selected videos especially relevant to extend your knowledge on logistics from my other courses on Operations & Supply Management, Inventory Management and Lean Operations.

Whether you work in retail, import/export, manufacturing production, distribution and logistics or as a supply chain service provider; nailing a full set of fundamentals in international logistics, transportation and freight shipping will let you play a key role in your business's success.

Giving you a solid grasp of freight logistics & transportation, essential to be a valued member of your supply chain team or to be considered for a managerial position where greater levels of high-level understanding are required.

Take control of your logistics and transportation and equip yourself with a solid base in Logistics Management; full of practical insights and essential knowledge that you can use right now to ensure your first shipment is a roaring success!

Crack On!

Logistics of Warehouse Operations in Supply Chain Management

Beginners Course to learn how Warehouse Management can help boost your Career in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Created by Jasmine Bayer - Masters of International Business. NET Certified Instructor

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Students: 567, Price: $99.99

Students: 567, Price:  Paid

This is a beginner's course on Warehousing and Warehouse Management for one who wants to start their career at the Warehouse or at a Distribution center near you.

Distribution centers are opening up worldwide as the way the world shops has changed and more people are looking at online shopping and e-commerce is currently booming. Be a part of the next revolution of IOT and Robotics as it begins with the delivery from the warehouse and DIstribution Center near you.

The course will take you through the very basics of the logistics processes involved in warehouse process, introduce you to the components and equipment used in a warehouse such as Forklifts, Pallets, Conveyor Belts, Packaging and protective equipment etc.

You will also learn the Key Warehouse KPI's, How your performance matters and also basics in Logistics processes involved in shipping and Distribution.

Warehouse Management is key in increasing efficiency in the warehouse processes such as Picking, Packing, Storing, Shipping and Inventory Management to improve warehouse performance and overall warehousing Logistics

Strategic Logistics Management

Effectively using logistics management rightly to gain competitive advantage

Created by Eric Yeboah - MBA/Chief Executive Officer

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Students: 13, Price: $89.99

Students: 13, Price:  Paid

Logistics management is the part of the supply chain process that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption to meet customer requirement.  When done right, supply chain and logistics management ca be a harmonious symphony of vendors, truck and warehouses. All parts work together to ensure the product is delivered undamaged, on time and to the customer. On the other hand, an incoherent, poorly planned and ineffective supply chain can potentially deal a fatal blow to the average small and medium-size company. Products lost in transit, sent to the wrong location and unexplained charges on customer receipts can all cause angst that's strong enough to push customers to the competitor.

The principal purpose of logistics is to get merchandise from one location to another. However, beyond this basic goal, you must determine what your overarching business strategy and defined your logistics goals accordingly. Do you intend to offer the best delivery times in the market? Would you want to be the one that charges the least?

What ever your target, there'll be a price to pay. The key is striking the right balance. For example, if you want faster delivery times, you'll likely need to spend above average on transportation. If you want to be the low cost provider, you'll have to identify non-core expenses to cut back on, even if this come at the price of longer lead times.