Last week, the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics, part of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) hosted the Georgia Logistics Summit. The summit featured experts discussing the impact of Covid-19 on supply chains and logistics, trucking in Georgia and other transportation issues.
“Whether you needed a vaccine, a Peloton Bike, or toilet paper in 2020, logistics was front and center. I applaud Georgia’s investment in the Center of Innovation as they help grow logistics expertise in Georgia companies and facilitate the connections that bring the products you need to your local store or front door,” said Alan Amling, Ph.D., an executive advisory board member at Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) and a Distinguished Fellow at the Global Supply Chain Institute at the University of Tennessee.
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