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Executive Education Series

Executive Education Series

Executive courses for professionals in the transportation and logistics industries

NUTC offers a regular series of non-degree, executive courses for professionals in the transportation and logistics industries. The Executive Education Series exposes participants to a wide range of management techniques and decision-making skills to ensure attendees leave equipped with what they need to excel in the competitive global business market. Programs, taught by leading authorities in their field, provide a rigorous and comprehensive, yet efficient, educational experience.

Executive Education courses are aimed at decision-makers and investors in transportation and logistics, including shippers responsible for purchasing freight transportation domestically or internationally and those in the logistics, traffic, sourcing, and finance functions. Carrier staff and line executives who handle freight operations, marketing, and finances can benefit, as well.

Program content is thoroughly integrated by experienced course faculty, ensuring participants emerge with a comprehensive understanding and dynamic perspective of both domestic and international transportation.




Accelerating First to Last Mile

MAY 20 - 22, 2019


The global transportation and logistics market is changing before our eyes. Many challenges are upon us—shifting trade environments, rising fuel costs, growing impacts of e-commerce, capacity constraints, looming talent shortages, aging infrastructure, and more. At the same time, there have never been more opportunities—more efficient vehicles, improved information management systems, increased use of mobile technology, nimble agile business models, new capital pouring into the space-sector, greater analytics and tools to name a few. Rapid expansion since the advent of e-fulfillment has been a constant stress on the industry. From the first mile to the last in transportation, carriers, customers, investors, and their network, service levels, and economics are being tested. The transportation playbooks of the past, promising higher productivity, lower costs and cheaper shipping, no longer apply—leaving no better time to change our thinking and approach.

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