Joint Program Offers Logistics Courses

Sept. 9, 2008
A joint program between the Transportation Intermediaries Association and the Institute of Logistical Management will offer courses to members of the logistics community

A joint program between the Transportation Intermediaries Association and the Institute of Logistical Management will offer courses to members of the logistics community.

Both TIA and ILM will collaborate to enhance existing course offerings while developing new curriculum to meet the demands of the market. The two will join forces in marketing the program to insure the widest possible dissemination of each group's programs, said TIA.

"This is an outsanding collaboration between the leaders in distance learning in the logistics community," said Robert Voltmann, president and CEO of TIA. "The collaboration between TIA and ILM will expand learning opportunities and help logistics professionals keep abreast of the changes in this dynamic industry."

Established in 1923, the Institute of Logistics Management is the oldest logistics distance learning school in the world. "ILM is pround and honored to join TIA in a leadership role by integrating the marketing of 'real world' educational programs to professionals throughout the transportation and logistics and supply chain industry," said Frank R. Breslin, dean of the Institute. For information, www.tianet.org.

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