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Field Study

The Master in Business Logistics Engineering program offers one of the most innovative approaches with its Field Problems in Logistics course. The course allows student to solve logistics-related challenges at major companies.

Action-based Learning

As part of our experiential learning format, our students helped design supply chain solutions for the following companies:

Campbell Soup

Production Scheduling

Honda

Transmission Production Line Flow and Feeding Systems, Vertical Storage Requirements, Yard Management

Hexion

Transportation Scheduling

Visagio

Determination of base and safety stocks

Agilent

Supplier Evaluation Process

Amgen

Risk Management, Warehouse Capacity Forecast and Modeling

Inventory Replenishment

Greif

Modeling and Computation of Purchase Order Size

Inventory Management and Forecasting Tools

Chiquita

Container Backhaul ROI, Zone Pricing, Trailer Utilization Policy

DSW

Warehousing Capacity, Forecast Network Needs

Whirlpool

Operational Metric Tools, Returnable vs. Disposable Packaging

Parts Database Design

Exel

Fulfillment Process, Transport Network Optimization For Dedicated Carriage Customers

Mid-Ohio Food Bank

Warehouse Operations

Schlumberger

On Demand vs. Scheduled Shipments to Oil Fields

Ecolab Container Operations

Floor Loading vs. Palletization

Ecolab Warehouse Operations

Warehouse vs. Direct Delivery Shipments