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Trade, manufacturing, sourcing, global production — every item you touch and use, from your toothbrush to your telephone — has a complex story of parts and pieces that brought the functioning item to you. Supply chain and logistics management provides you with the knowledge to optimize how all these parts come together and when developed, in front of consumers. 

As companies seek increased efficiencies and competitive advantages across production and product life cycles, supply chain and logistics management is a growing career.

While studying supply chain and logistics management, you'll train to be operations and procurement managers for companies and government agencies within manufacturing and service sectors around the globe.

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