Editorial

 

Niky TerzakisNiky Terzakis

N. Terzakis,
General Manager, TNT Airways

The development of human capital is a requirement to economic development. Wallonia took advantage of the assets it has in terms of logistics.

Training such as the Executive Master in Supply Chain Management will significantly boost the range of assets that Wallonia offers companies who have placed the quality of their logistics services in the heart of their priorities.

 

 

Bernard PietteBernard Piette

B. Piette,
CEO Logistics in Wallonia

Wallonia has made logistics one of its priority areas of development. This is achieved first through exceptional location, a logistics infrastructure of high quality but also by the presence of skilled logistics operators. However, it is necessary to continue to train human capital in order to ensure stable development of this activity whose complexity has grown.

The Executive Master in Supply Chain Management is perfectly in line with this strategy. It offers an ideal complement for the training of logistics and supply chain managers that Wallonia will continue to need.

That's why Logistics in Wallonia has supported the training from the start!

 

 

Christian DelporteChristian Delporte

C.Delporte,
Emeritus Professor of Supply Chain at LSM
Honorary Rector of FUCaM

Successful companies in the real economy are making a difference through their excellence in managing their supply chain which is becoming more and more complex due to globalization.

This Executive Master program is THE opportunity for companies to bring promising professionals up to date in logistics: lectures taught by internationally renowned professors, case studies, company visits, numerous interactions and intense networking among the participants. This program ends with a final applied paper, tackling a problem area of the company.

Do not miss this opportunity!