On the 7th and 8th of December, 2022, the Transport and Telecommunication Institute (TSI) invites representatives and specialists of the logistics industry, as well as companies that want to create successful cooperation opportunities, to the practical seminar cycle “Building Sustainable Collaboration in Logistics: Trends, Resilient Supply Chains and Smart Decision Making.”
The seminar will be conducted by Aleksandrs Kotļars, TSI lecturer, director of the bachelor’s study programme “Transport and Business Logistics” and head of the sales department of GEFCO Baltic.
The aim is to enhance knowledge and skills on how to make sustainable cooperation with logistics service providers, improve communication and presentation skills, as well as teach participants in multi-criteria decision-making, incl. methodology and practical application.
Participants will develop the following skills and knowledge:
- Market of logistics service providers, services, and pricing
- Building cooperation and preparing procurement tenders
- Multi-criteria decision-making
- Presentation and communication skills
In the end, participants will receive a certificate.
Procurement of logistics services, trends, and market in-sites
Overlook of logistics service providers market in 2022
Discussion on how logistics service providers contribute to building effective supply chains
Building sustainable partnerships in logistics
How to choose a logistics partner. Understanding needs and goals
Key elements and differences of logistics service procurement in different industries
The framework of logistics service provider selection
Elements of decision-making (goals, requirements, criteria, KPI)
Market in-sites, unique reports, and case studies
Multi-attribute decision-making for the outsourcing of logistics services
Preparation of logistics tenders. Processes and documentation
Market in-sites and examples. Good practices of logistics tender management
Practical methods for comparison and selection of logistics service provider
Hours: from 18.30 to 21.30
Venue: Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Lomonosova Street 1, Riga.
Participation in the seminar costs 275.00 EURO + VAT!
The number of participants is limited! Register here!