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Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management

Inter-American Supply Chain Management Forum

Inter-American Supply Chain Management Forum

Hosted by the Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management

March 15-16, 2012

Kovens Conference Center


The Inter-American Supply Chain Forum hosted by Florida International University will invite experts in industry and academia to help you determine ways to address these pressing issues and improve performance through supply chain analytics across the Americas.


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Strategic Supply Chain Management

Strategic Supply Chain Management

Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management

Since the industrial revolution, manufacturing companies have evolved from vertically integrated organizations to enterprises that depend on a multitude of vendors, suppliers, and partners to provide materials, finished products, and services, both upstream and downstream.


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Supply Chain Management Certificate

Supply Chain Management Certificate

Program Offered in Spanish Only

Our series of three courses on topics related to Supply Chain Management will teach you all you need to know about this very important area of today’s business administration.


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2011 Green Supply Chain Forum

2011 Green Supply Chain Forum

Business Innovation through Green Supply Chain Management

Sustainable supply chain management has emerged as a strategic weapon. Consequently, companies must strategically review their processes, materials, and operational concepts - integrating the perspective of how environmental issues play an increasing role in supply chain value creation.


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Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management

The Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management was established with the goal of becoming a leading source for the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the science and practice of Supply Chain Management. With its multidisciplinary perspective, the center sees Supply Chain Management as the dynamic integration of enterprises and their suppliers and customers to determine, create, fulfill, and communicate value in the global environment.

Specifically, the Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management will bring together executives from leading corporations with FIU faculty and students to identify, document, research, develop and disseminate best practices in Supply Chain Management. Within that mission the center will:

  • Educate FIU students to become future leaders in Supply Chain Management.
  • Develop research to contribute to theory and practice of Supply Chain Management.
  • Provide forums that help FIU’s business partners maintain their positions on the leading edge of Supply Chain Management best practices.