This blog post is a continuation of our previous post -- "Morocco Competition 2023: Fostering Supply Chain Talent". After weeks of intense preparation and training, the SCM Globe Morocco Competition 2023 concluded with resounding success. The event, organized in collaboration with the ENSA
We're working with instructors at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) to model and simulate supply chains supporting the Russian invasion of Ukraine. These supply chain models are used by students studying military logistics at AFIT and the Air Force Logistics Officers Schoolhouse (AFLOS).
SCM Globe collaborated with Dr. Rachmawati Wangsaputra and her colleagues at Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Logistik (STIMLOG), a college of the Bandung Institute of Technology, to organize the first International Logistics and Supply Chain Competition in Indonesia. In addition to STIMLOG students, more
Four industrial engineering students at the American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE), created a set of supply chain models and simulations to analyze the potential for using hyperloop technology to improve regional supply chains in the Middle East. Their project won first place in
Supply chain competitions are a great opportunity for students to bridge the gap between theory and reality. They develop their creativity and their ability to apply technical knowledge to solve realistic supply chain problems. After the success we had in the first Morocco competition last summer,
We were honored to have an Egyptian team participate in the supply chain competition organized for students in the Middle East. This team was made up of students from the International Transport and Logistics College of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport
Supply chain management is critical nowadays, and helping schools meet this challenge is our mission. Professors can complement their lectures and readings with interactive supply chain simulations. Morocco is one of the countries paying attention to teaching supply chain management, and attracting
We worked with the World Food Program to create an online logistics training platform for their logistics staff and staff at other organizations they work with on humanitarian and disaster response operations. Supply chain models can be built and simulated to support planning for real supply chains