Attach and Train Programme

The Logistics Academy

The Career Preview for Attach-and-Train (AnT) for Logistics cum Job Fair, jointly organised by Workforce Singapore (WSG) and Singapore Logistics Association (SLA), was held at Lifelong Learning Institute on 15 Aug 2018.

Shinkansen, the Japanese bullet trains

Logistics at MPEPS at UPV

Shinkansen high speed trains are the fastest way to discover Japan, the most important one is still in production process and is called “Maglev”, it will be able to reach a speed of 501 km/h. There are different types of trains that circulate in each of the Shinkansen lines.

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Creative Safety Supply: Kaizen Training and Research Page

The Lean Thinker

With that out of the way, I found their Kaizen Training and Research Page interesting enough to go through it here and comment on what I see. Creative Safety Supply: Kaizen Training and Research Page. Normally when I get an email from a company pointing me to the great lean resource on their web page, I find very little worth discussing. But Creative Safety Supply in Beaverton, Oregon has some interesting material that I think is worth taking a look at.

Campbell’s Soup Innovative Supply Chain Training

Logistics Viewpoints

Yet outside the Logistics Service Provider industry, widespread internal training within a supply chain organization remains rare. But that is what Campbell Soup has done, they have put in place an innovative supply chain training program. The post Campbell’s Soup Innovative Supply Chain Training appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints. Food & Beverage Industry Learning & Leadership Campbells Soup supply chain training

Training for the right reasons

Fleet Owner

But something is missing from that conversation, and that's how a company's training program can either reinforce the poThere is a lot of conversation about the importance of company culture these days, especially around creating a "safety culture."

Training the Australian Army’s logistics officers – a new LIW series

Logistics in War

Logistics in War has contended with the topic of training, and the preparation of logisticians for a variety of operational and garrison possibilities. Contributors from the US Army’s Logistics University, Chris Paparone and George Topic , have also described operational complexities and new training requirements that should be attended to as a consequence. This scenario now applies to the Australian Army, and the training of its logistics officers. PME / Training

DHL to provide training for Magento users

DC Velocity

E-commerce retailers can build cross-border trade by offering enhanced shipping and delivery options, DHL says. Transportation

The proper way to train technicians

Fleet Owner

A trained technician has a far better understanding of the system and will be better able to diagnose the problem correctly so more accurate repairs can be made

Reforming logistics training: themes, challenges and the quest for the ideal

Logistics in War

A common trend found in the literature of military logistics is the decrying of training and education gaps interspersed within the persuasive arguments for greater military interest in logistics. The Australian Army has worked hard in recent years to improve the quality of its individual training, much as Thorpe desired of the USMC his work. Challenge 2 – train the logistician to support capability creation and readiness, and not just operations. PME / Training

Aerospace, Defense Companies Jumping on Blockchain Train

Material Handling and Logistics

The sector views blockchain’s secure, immutable and decentralized features as a way to help reduce maintenance costs, increase aircraft availability, and minimize errors in tracking aircraft parts

National Forklift Safety Day 2018 Focuses on Operator Training

Material Handling and Logistics

National Forklift Safety Day 2018 raises awareness of warehousing best practices

Government doubles financial support to train UK maritime cadets

The LoadStar

The UK government has announced a £15m “funding boost” to train an extra 400 seafarer cadets annually. The post Government doubles financial support to train UK maritime cadets appeared first on The Loadstar. Loadstar posts People & Training Sea Rebuilding the UK

Should you make VR part of your training efforts?

Fleet Owner

Driver training is one place where VR might be useful. Another is technician training One of the benefits of VR is that it allows a person to make mistakes without consequences.

Australian Army Logistics Training Centre Fiction and Imagery Competition

Logistics in War

The Australian Army Training Centre, the ‘home of military logistics’ for the Australian Army, is holding an inaugural writing and multimedia competition. A short introduction to the competition from the Training Centre: The Australian Defence Force is modernising rapidly, with emerging technologies and operating methods presenting opportunities to significantly enhance capability.

Digital brake testing for freight trains

247 Customs Broker

SNCF, Shift2Rail and Traxens have created digital brake testing for freight trains, the companies announced at trade fair InnoTrans 2018 on Tuesday. It is the first step toward creating a fully digital freight train, the companies said. [og_img].

Top techs credit ongoing training with success, share study tips

Fleet Owner

More than 100 technicians came together to compete during the Technology & Maintenance Council’s 2018 National Technician Skills Competition, SuperTech, that tests the knowledge and capabilities of truck service and repair technicians from across the country.

Understanding strengths and weaknesses for ongoing training

Fleet Owner

When it comes to training, there are a lot of options: classroom, hands-on with equipment, and online are the prevalent three. Worked properly, a blend of all three often finds the most success. To put a first-class program together, it’s important t

“K” Line Opens New Ocean Breeze Seafarers Training Center in the Philippines

Logistics Manager

This new building has been built to further strengthen and expand the company’s seafarer’s training program. The post “K” Line Opens New Ocean Breeze Seafarers Training Center in the Philippines appeared first on Logistics Manager.

China’s First Fresh Produce Block Train Moved By DB Schenker

Logistics Manager

Leading global logistics provider DB Schenker will soon make their inaugural shipment of fresh produce using a block train with 11 refrigerator containers to transport goods to Moscow Walter West Station from Qingbaijiang International Railway Port in Chengdu, China.

Jungheinrich VR Engineer Training Creates Immersive Experience

Logistics Business Magazine

Intralogistics expert Jungheinrich is using virtual reality (VR) to provide initial and further training for its after-sales service engineers across the whole of Europe. Jungheinrich is therefore planning significant expansion of its VR training.”

New Gabriel HD Answer Garage offers rewards, training for shock service shops

Fleet Owner

Vehicle shock absorber pioneer Gabriel has launched the Gabriel HD Answer Garage, a rewards and training program for heavy-duty shock service professionals in the U.S.

The Growing Skills Gap & How Vocational Training Can Help to Shrink It


More manufacturers are turning toward vocational training and apprenticeship programs to help close the skills gap. However, some manufacturers will continue to avoid vocational programs in the interim, but they should consider the following ways vocational training will be a major player in addressing the growing skills gap. . Vocational Training Blends On-the-Job Training With Education.

Enhanced Funding for Specialist Training Programme

The Logistics Academy

We are pleased that the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) has renewed the enhanced funding for the Specialist Training Programme namely Advanced Diploma in Supply Chain Management, Diploma in International Freight Management and Diploma in Integrated Logistics Management.

Is virtual reality the best way to train truck drivers?

Fleet Owner

VRMotion, co-founded by former race car driver Dominic Dobson, says more fleets are expressing real interest

AAR’s Hamberger lauds progress of Positive Train Control at House hearing

Logistics Management

As the late December deadline for the implementation of Positive Train Control (PTC) by United States railroads gets closer, the overall outlook for PTC looks encouraging

CLX Logistics Donates $2,500 to Smile Train in Holiday Initiative

CLX Logistics

CLX Logistics is pleased to announce that Smile Train, an international children’s charity that provides corrective surgery for children with cleft lips and palates, was selected to receive its $2,500 donation.

FMCSA Grants $1 Million to Veterans Who Want to Be Trained as Truck Drivers


But fortunately, the FMCSA just awarded $1 million in grants to help “train and place veterans in careers as commercial truck and bus drivers,” as part of a larger series of programs to help veterans transition into civilian life.

Bendix brake training school plans 24 in-person sessions

Fleet Owner

Registration opens for the long-running hands-on program, featuring comprehensive, in-depth technician training

Bendix brake training school plans 24 in-person sessions

Fleet Owner

Registration opens for the hands-on program, which features comprehensive technician training

Hazardous Materials Training on Offer to Future Drivers

Logistics Business Magazine

France-based 3PL Geodis is to offer ‘hazardous materials’ training to its future drivers in the sector. At both its Lillebonne and Villers-Saint-Paul sites in France, all of which are dedicated to the chemical sector, Geodis is offering integrated training to 22 job seekers.

Meet the Team Mondays: Candace Hickey, Process & Training Supervisor

Radius Logistics

I’ve been with Radius since 2011 and have just returned from maternity leave in a new role as ‘Process & Training Supervisor.’ I am really enjoying being in this new role because training & development is what I am passionate about.

BMW to train technicians on US military base

Automotive Logistics

BMW of North America will next week become the first premium automotive manufacturer to start training technicians on a US military base, according to partner Universal Technical Institute. The post BMW to train technicians on US military base appeared first on Automotive Logistics.

Dachser develops talent through on-the-job training

247 Customs Broker

The post Dachser develops talent through on-the-job training appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. The German-based logistics provider offers internships, apprenticeships throughout Europe and the United States. .

Where’s the Hype for Automated Trains? – Part 1: History & Background

Morai Logistics

Talk of automation is sweeping the transportation industry, but there’s barely a whisper when it comes to automated trains or self-driving trains. However, trains, another essential mode of transportation, seems to generate little news on the automation front. This may seem strange on the surface, trains run on a track, after all, meaning they have only two directions of movement. Trains seem like the first and most obvious choice for transport automation.

Freight train derailment deals another blow to ailing UK logistics sector

The LoadStar

A freight train derailed yesterday near the Hams Hall hub in the UK, which will increase the pressure on inland container supply chains and haulage capacity already stretched to breaking point. The post Freight train derailment deals another blow to ailing UK logistics sector appeared first on The Loadstar.

Chinese operator expects big increase in Europe-bound trains

The LoadStar

Freight train services between China and Europe are expected to increase by some 30% this year, at least for one carrier. The post Chinese operator expects big increase in Europe-bound trains appeared first on The Loadstar.

Qatari Nationals Benefit from Qatar Airways and Rolls Royce Training Program

Airfreight Logistics

Middle Eastern Airline Qatar Airways and British aircraft engine builder Rolls Royce recently held two training programs at the Rolls Royce Learning and Development facility in Derby, United Kingdom.

East Europe border town strains under Silk Road train boom

The LoadStar

The post East Europe border town strains under Silk Road train boom appeared first on The Loadstar. The growth of Asia-Europe container rail services has been one of the great transport success stories of the past five years.

Training programme takes off at FedEx as US pilot shortage worsens

The LoadStar

FedEx Express has launched a pilot training scheme as one airline association warns of a “endemic” pilot shortage across the US. The post Training programme takes off at FedEx as US pilot shortage worsens appeared first on The Loadstar.

Hermes ‘trained’ managers to mislead tax inspectors

The LoadStar

The post Hermes ‘trained’ managers to mislead tax inspectors appeared first on The Loadstar. More trouble appears to be on its way for courier firm Hermes and the increasingly difficult relationship it has with – depending on your point of view – its staff or sub-contractors.