Sustainable Logistics Initiative
What is Sustainable Logistics Initiative?
We are helping companies to improve their Supply Chain Operations via better Logistics Sustainability.
Our mission is to support organizations to improve logistics and supply chain operations by creating applied and innovative research aimed at fostering growth while considering environmental and social sustainability.
Our research helps solve organizations problems regarding logistics sustainability (large firms) and improving supply chain management expertise in their small business. These solutions are intended to create economic value and improve efficiencies.
Our Research Initiatives
The Sustainable Logistics Initiative (SLI) engages in research with industry that aligns with the logistics sector’s sustainability goals, CTL’s core expertise and MIT’s mission to train tomorrow’s supply chain leaders.
Optimize routes and networks for maximum sustainable fuel efficiency
Helping build sustainable supply chains for companies.
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Improving SCM management expertise in their small business
More Sustainable Research at MIT CTL
The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics has several Sustainable initiatives that aim to connect research outcomes to practical settings, enabling companies and stakeholders to leverage supply chains as a beneficial force to reaching sustainable development goals.
The MIT GeneSys project started in 2016 with the aim of contributing to small business growth specifically in the developing countries. The objective of the project is to provide a framework for managerial insights for micro and small firms. The project developed a comprehensive methodology and a mobile app that provides a detailed and comprehensive assessment of the potential of survival and sustainability of small firms.
Research Partners & Sponsors
Corporate Partners & Sponsors
Sustainable Initiative Highlights
The mission of the MIT GeneSys research initiative at MIT is to contribute to the survival and growth of small businesses by improving their operations and supply chain management expertise.
Dr. Josué Velázquez Martínez presented Sustainable Logistics Initiative research for industrial engineering students at Monterrey Tech Campus León
As a part of the partnership from MIT Sustainable Logistics, Monterrey Tech and the retail store Coppel, students collaborated with the project Green Logistics @Coppel presented their project results and recommendations to Dr. Josué Velázquez Martínez and Coppel’s managers
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