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Certified Logistics Expert

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New Normal for Logistics

The fundamental role that logistics plays in our everyday lives has never been more evident than during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the inevitable questions now being posed is: what will the “new normal” look like? And, therefore, how does this industry adapt itself and change to these new circumstances? Not every country will respond in the same way and there will be no way of determining how long any period of restrictions might last or what form they might take. Flexibility will be the watch word moving forward, and the ability to deliver solutions to match the customer’s new needs will be key.

The original use of the word ‘logistics’ is of course military: a term which personnel used to refer to how they obtained, stored and moved equipment and supplies. Today, the use of the word is much wider and covers all aspects of the flow of goods between point of origin and point of consumption; and along the supply chain.

The management of logistics is about having the right resources in place at the right time to get the goods delivered to the right location in the correct condition. It sounds simple but with ever more complex, longer supply chains around the world it only takes one part of the world to sneeze and your entire supply chain can catch a cold.

Whatever the new normal is, logistics will still play a key role in how the world recovers from a time of planetary economic collapse

The sophisticated just-in-time supply chain format has been shown to have many failings when you add in a global pandemic, where no nation remains untouched. This may well result in a reformatting and readjusting of the entire logistics industry as we enter the new normal. But, whatever the new normal is, logistics will still play a key role in how the world recovers from a time of planetary economic collapse.

In the past, economic downturns have tended to hit the logistics industry hard; but at the same time we need to recognize that the industry has broadly benefitted from the key trends of the last half century – globalization, the growth of just-in-time supply chains and the exponential growth of internet shopping.

eCommerce is likely to continue to boom on a global basis. As McKinsey points out in its 2020 report on how consumer goods companies are preparing for the new normal: “In the medium term, we expect shoppers to prefer the “safe” experience of shopping online to the prospect of shopping in crowded stores”.

Shopping from the safety of our own homes – be they in Auckland, Abu Dhabi, Aix-en-Provence or Albuquerque – appeals as long as we can rely on the logistics provider to deliver what we ordered on time and in tiptop condition. The ability of the logistics provider to do that relies on knowledge, planning and experience – because business cycles and economic upturns and downturns are notoriously unpredictable.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Prepare for global certification programs in Logistics

Course Content

Session 1 Supply Chain over-view

  • Global leading supply chains
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Session 2 SC – External forces

Session 3 Evolution of Supply Chain concept

Session 4 Major supply chain issues

Session 5 Challenges(Contd..)

Session 6 Comparisons among regions

Session 7 Globalized economy

Session 8 Micro Perspective of global SC

Session 9 Supply chain security & role of ports

Session 10 Part 2 Role of Logistics in SC

Session 11 Macro perspective of logistics

Session 12 Micro dimensions of logistics

Session 13 Logistics & System analysis

Session 14 Supply Chain Network design

Session 15 Network design process

Session 16 Site location

Session 17 Modelling approach for network design

Session 18 Omni channel network design

Session 19 integrated Fulfillment models

Session 20 Sourcing

Session 21 Purchasing activities

Session 22 Strategic sourcing

Session 23 Core principles of strategic sourcing

Session 24 Total Landed cost

Session 26 Producing goods & services

Session 25 E-sourcing

Session 27 Trade-offs in manufacturing

Session 28 Operations strategy

Session 29 Operation strategies

Session 30 Packaging

Session 31 Metrics

Session 32 Demand Management

Session 33 Demand & Supply Balancing

Session 34 Demand Forcasting

Session 35 Forecasting techniques

Session 36 S&OP

Session 37 CPFR

Session 38 Customer service

Session 39 CRM

Session 40 Profitability working

Session 41 OTC- Order To Cash

Session 42 Logistics interface

Session 43 SCOR Metrics

Session 44 Product availability

Session 45 Logistics information System

Session 46 Service recovery

Session 47 Inventory Intro

Session 48 Inventory costs

Session 49 Safety stock

Session 50 Ordering methods

Session 51 DRP

Session 52 Distribution

Session 53 Assortment

Session 54 Distribution planning & strategy

Session 55 Network design

Session 56 Distribution metrics

Session 57 Transportation management

Session 58 Road & Rail

Session 59 Air, water & pipelines

Session 60 Intermodel

Session 61 Incoterms

Session 62 Performance models

Session 63 Transportation technology

Session 64 Alignment in Supply Chains

Session 65 Collaborative relationships

Session 66 3PL

Session 67 4PL & 5PL

Session 68 Performance measurement

Session 69 Supply chain finance connection

Session 70 Managing information flows

Session 71 SCM Software

Session 72 SCM Technology implementation

Session 73 Future of Supply Chains

Session 74 Sustainability

Session 75 Advanced Logistics concepts

Session 76 ABC Costing

Session 77 Logistics Organizational structure

Session 78 Lean logistics

Session 79 Agile Supply Chains

Session 80 Resource planning

Session 81 DRP explained

Session 82 DRP & Purchasing strategy

Session 83 Contract management

Session 84 ASN Advanced Shipping Notice

Session 85 7Rs of Logistics

Session 86 Freight classification

Session 87 Route & Trip Planning

Session 88 Freight claims

Session 89 LPI Logistics Performance Index

Session 90 Security C-TPAT

Session 91 Export/Import documentation

Session 92 Foreign Payment methods

Session 93 Exchange rate

Session 94 Locational determinants

Session 95 Risk Management

Session 96 Risk Response

Session 97 Reverse Logistics

Session 98 Sustainability

Session 99 UN Global compact

Session 100 Global certifications in Logistics

Session 101 CLTD Exam preparation

Student Ratings & Reviews

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AS
10 months ago
The one willing to take a dip in the vast ocean of SCM and Logistics and Transportation to be precise, this course is for you , to make you professionally more skilled and competent
AM
10 months ago
I have done MBA in logistics, after that I choose to go for CLTD, got to know this Exxpertscm, attended four live events in LinkedIn done by Mr. Pattabhi Raman sir, and I conducted him he suggests me to go for CLE preparatory syllabus for CLTD, along with mock test I purchased this course in best price.
PG
10 months ago
I was looking for CLTD training, found their CLE program with less price including mock test, before knowing this I purchased mock test alone for 20k outside. Really worth purchasing this program including mock test access there will provide us
SV
10 months ago
Well designed course for the learner, and very well explained by using practical cases rather than theory. It was a great experience learning from a person like him. He's one of the best instructors I've ever seen.
SN
10 months ago
The whole course was very smooth & steady. I understood every topic very well. Thank you so much Pattabhi Raman Sir for helping me understand the usefulness of logistics in the supply chain.
RR
10 months ago
It was a great course, it helped me to understand more about the logistics and distribution of products, also the simplest ways possible. I found it beneficial for applying it to my work progress.
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