Georgia Tech Supply Chain And Logistics Institute

By MMH Staff · May 12, 2016
Total of $116,460 in scholarships issued to students entering the material handling, logistics or supply chain fields.
By MMH Staff · October 9, 2015
Events to include tabletop exhibitions of products and services from leading robotics companies.
By MMH Staff · September 17, 2014
U.S. News & World Report ranks Michigan State as the top school for Supply Chain Management and Georgia Tech first for Industrial/Manufacturing Engineering on this year's lists.
By Josh Bond · January 21, 2013
Presenter says growth in automation among small and medium businesses will lead the way.
By MMH Staff · August 29, 2012
Manufacturing is growing stronger in the U.S., but planning and investment necessary to maintain and strengthen competitiveness
By Josh Bond · February 8, 2012
H. Donald Ratliffe, executive director of the Georgia Tech Supply Chain and Logistics Institute, illustrated the global relationships between logistics and trade at his keynote address Wednesday morning.
By MMH Staff · November 10, 2011
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated provides large gift of KUKA industrial robots to create manufacturing logistics laboratory
By MMH Staff · September 21, 2011
Ralph Rupert brings systems based approach to unit load design
By MMH Staff · September 7, 2011
Modex 2012 to feature keynotes from CSCMP, Georgia Tech and the Panama Canal Authority plus events from 17 co-located education partners
By Bob Trebilcock · July 26, 2011
At Georgia Tech, they're applying robots to materials handling
By Bob Trebilcock · October 5, 2010
University of Arkansas logistics professor wins prestigious award
By MMH Staff · October 5, 2010
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