Certified Logistics & Supply chain Analyst

1.0            INTRODUCTION

In today’s rapidly changing business environment, ever-greater demands are being placed on business to provide products and services quicker with greater added value to the correct location with no relevant inventory position. Customers want more quality, design, innovation, choice, convenience and service, and they want to spend less money, less effort, less time and at no risk if possible.


Certified Logistics & Supply chain Manager


How can an aspiring supply chain manager prepare for a career in this growing, competitive and complex field? You’ll not only need outstanding communication, negotiation, and leadership abilities, but also a core competency of knowledge in the basics of supply chain management, such as distributions strategies, planning, and procurement. In addition, a broad range of specialized knowledge in areas such as globalization, risk management, logistics and lead-time management will serve you well.




Warehousing is critical in businesses not only as an unavoidable cost of doing business but also as an assurance for high-level customer service. World-class warehousing improves customer service; enhances cost reduction measures; mitigates supply chain inefficiencies; enables product accumulation, customization, and consolidation as well as improving overall business logistics and inventory management. To sustain competitive advantage a business must effectively manage its warehouse operations. The effective administration of a warehouse dictates the success or failure rate of customer service policies and maximizing returns in the organization.