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Webinar: MLOG and ZLOG Theses Projects

Each year MLOG students are paired with sponsoring companies to work on innovative and challenging supply chain research projects through the Supply Chain Education Partners (SCEP) Program. Today, we will talk about three theses that are in progress now by our MLOG & ZLOG students: Title: Sales Forecasting & Replenishment for a Medium-sized Toy Retailer Authors: Neil Smith from US and Carolina Ruiz from Spain This is also a Zaragoza Academic Partners project Download the presentation Title: Incorporating Traffic Patterns to Improve On-Time Delivery Author: Melody Dickinson & Jillian Leifer Sponsor: Pepsi Bottling Group Download the presentation Title: The Impact of Lane Definition on Truckload Rates Author: Julia Collins & Ryan Quinlan Sponsor: C.H. Robinson Download the presentation

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