Understand the principles, techniques and methodologies to working in distribution and inventory management at an operational, decision making level. Aspects include:
- Types of inventory
- Warehouse management theories
- Customer service levels and responsive demand
- Order to cash cycle
- Warehouse management systems (WMS) and types of distribution channels
- End to end logistic processes
- Customer relationship management end to end processes
- Third (3PL) and fourth (4PL) party logistics, outsourcing and contact logistics
- Supply chain management (SCM) and logistics cost overview
- Key performance indicators (KPI) and six sigma lean
- Efficient consumer response (ECR) and quick response (QR)
- Technology and innovation.
|Study location(s)||MIT Manukau|
|International fees (NZD)||Certificates of Proficiency are not recommended for international students|
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