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SCM News Stories 2014 - 2007

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SCM Archived News Stories


Driving the Green: New Study Suggests That Electric-Powered Trucks Will Save Money for Businesses

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2012

Peter Dizikes, MIT News Office

A company looking to purchase an electric-powered delivery truck today will likely experience some sticker shock: Such a vehicle costs nearly $150,000, compared to about $50,000 for the same kind of truck with a standard internal-combustion engine.

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SCM Students Debut Research to Corporate Partners

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SCM Students Debut Research to Corporate Partners

Publication Date: TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2007

In late May, students in the SCM Class of 2007 presented their final thesis projects to an audience of more than 70 SCM alumni, CTL corporate partners, and fellow 2007 classmates as part of SCM Research Fest 2007.  The day-and-a-half-long event featured 22 presentations from all of this year’s SCM graduates on topics ranging from S&OP processes to Promotion Planning to Fleet Scheduling to Product Segmentation & Portfolio Management.

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SCM Student Receives Top Honors from CSCMP

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SCM Student Receives Top Honors from CSCMP

Publication Date: WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2007

Leading Supply Chain Organization Recognizes SCM student for Academic Achievement

New England’s leading organization for supply chain professionals has awarded its Academic Achievement Scholarship to a student from the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.   The New England Roundtable (NERT) of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) selected Josh Merrill, SCM 2007, to receive the $1000 award.

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MIT Puts Management Back in Supply Chain Education

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MIT Puts Management Back in Supply Chain Education

Publication Date: MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2007

The days of companies relegating logistics and supply chain to the bottom of the corporate totem pole are long gone.  Supply chain professionals are climbing the corporate ladder at a fast and furious pace, taking on increasing management responsibilities and top leadership positions.

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