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World leadership in SCTL research and education to serve the powerful nexus of industry, transportation infrastructure, and policy makers

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RESEARCH ACROSS BOUNDARIES

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RESEARCH ACROSS BOUNDARIES

RESEARCH ACROSS BOUNDARIES

Transformative research in urban goods delivery, sustainability, logistic hubs and ports, and freight systems management

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Online Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master's Degree

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Online Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master's Degree

Online Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master's Degree

Learn from faculty and industry experts

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SCTL Membership

Engage with the SCTL Center in applied research at the forefront of goods delivery systems

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Delivering Results

Delivering Results

Getting packages in the hands of recipients while alleviating traffic congestion is the goal of a team of Urban Freight Lab researchers.

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Congratulations Graduates!

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The SCTL Center is a world leader in supply chain, transportation, and logistics research and education serving the powerful nexus of industry, transportation infrastructure agencies, and policy makers. The Center integrates in-depth consultation with industry and the public sector, transformative research, and executive education.
Barb Ivanov, Eno Center present The Final 50 FeetBarb Ivanov, Eno Center present The Final 50 Feet
When it comes to freight transportation, much attention is paid to the last mile of a delivery. But what about the last 50 feet? Eno Center for Transportation invited Urban Freight Lab Director Barb Ivanov to deliver a guest webinar on innovations in the Final 50 Feet.
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Fresh perspectives on salmon transportFresh perspectives on salmon transport
“After 36 hours, the value of the fish plummets. It’s not considered fresh anymore,” said CEE research associate professor Ed McCormack, who helped facilitate the program. “From a cargo point of view, fresh fish is expensive and fragile and it has to move really fast.”
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