Logistics

Globalization in particular requires a comprehensive network of transport options along the supply and value chain from manufacturer to client. The success of logistics depends on a number of complex factors, decisions and the interrelation of all involved stakeholders. It is necessary to analyze the individual framework conditions of global exchange of goods. Trainings in this area aim to provide individuals, organizations and companies with insights into how to plan, manage and optimize supply chains by focusing key characteristics and processes. Draw on our extensive expertise in logistics at regional, national and international level to improve your efficiency and find innovative and smart solutions.
 
Logistics
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The aim is to explore cargo types and their classification showing how this affects logistics planning as well as different handling tools for an efficient transportation.
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The definition, classification and labeling of dangerous goods determines the rules and regulations for safe transportation.
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International Commercial Terms (Incoterms) provide a globally applicable standard for delivery terms in international business transactions.
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Keeping up to date on innovative technology and trends is essential for the future sustainable development of passenger transport services.
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Understanding the primary and essential documents required for cargo transportation and their purpose helps to manage international trading processes effectively.
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This course makes clear that careful planning and design of a passenger transport system help to achieve a successful integration of all modes of transport.
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Most city governments need new tools to apply their transport policies objectives on new services. But often the right tools within the regulatory framework are missing.

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