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Supply Chain Strategy is a newsletter produced by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics and Larstan Business Reports. Published 10 times a year, the newsletter's editorial mission is to drive competitive advantage by linking corporate strategy and supply chain management. This mission is unique, and has made us a market leader in less than a year, with a readership of senior executives from a broad cross section of industries and corporate disciplines.

The management of a company's lifeline — its supply chain — underpins its competitiveness. Organizations that understand this, and fuse corporate strategy and supply chain management to create a strategic asset, become market leaders. Yet many enterprises — and otherwise sage business leaders — still fail to make this crucial connection. Supply Chain Strategy exists to help both leaders and laggards bridge the gap between supply chain professionals and the boardroom.

The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics is a world leader in supply chain education and research. The Center is a major source of academic knowledge in the field, and helps companies to gain competitive advantage from its cutting edge research. Graduates from CTL programs occupy senior supply chain management positions in almost every industry, and continue to use the Center's resources to update their knowledge and skills.

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Larstan Business Reports is an independent news agency headquartered in Washington, DC. Larstan's editorial services include: newsletters, book publishing, white papers, market research and media syndication.

About the Editor

Ken Cottrillhas more than 20 years experience in the supply chain field as a practitioner, writer, editor and marketing consultant. He was Director of Global Communications at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, and Logistics and Special Projects Editor at the influential trade magazine Traffic World. He has written for a wide range of publications in the Europe and the United States, including national newspapers and leading business magazines, and has edited many specialist publications. His media experience also includes television. Ken has worked as a researcher on TV documentaries for the BBC and PBS. His industry experience includes a spell as a container planner with a major shipping company.


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