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Establish maritime and logistics business projects that allow the creation of new companies or the improvement of existing ones, adopting innovative and creative ideas
Demostrar capacitat per comunicar de manera fluida en llengua espanyola, catalana i anglesa de forma oral i escrita en l'entorn de la logística i els negocis marítims
Show knowledge and skills for the coordination of the departments of purchasing, supply, production and distribution of a product to any company, analyzing different types of techniques
Operationalize the storage of goods, through computer applications of logistics management
Show knowledge of the organization of maritime, land, air and multimodal transporte, customs management and international trade in order to manage and / or contract transporte
This training is intended to guide students towards the existing functions in a company in the textile sector related to the supply, manufacture, storage and physical distribution of raw materials and finished products, as well as the processes of reverse logistics
The TecnoCampus will make available to teachers and students the digital tools needed to carry out the course, as well as guides and recommendations that facilitate adaptation to the non-contact mode.
The classroom (physical or virtual) is a safe space, free of sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic and discriminatory attitudes, either towards students or towards teachers. We trust that together we can create a safe space where we can make mistakes and learn without having to suffer prejudice from others.
The aim of this subject is to obtain an overview to understand well the essence of the concept of integral logistics axis as the interrelation between the different links of the operative chain of the company attending to all the productive processes of the textile sector
The methodology to be used will be theoretical-practical. The aim is that from a theoretical basis based on a practical basis, students are able to direct the concepts learned throughout the course in the master classes to cases directly related to reality. This facilitates the application of the course to the future development of the activity in the company. For this reason, different didactic methods will be used, such as case resolution, group work and visual methods through the computer systems available in the classroom.
The TecnoCampus will provide teachers and students with the digital tools needed to carry out the subject, as well as guides and recommendations that facilitate adaptation to the non-contact mode.
The student will have access to specific bibliography of the sector and articles of interest will be shared to expand the sectorial knowledge:
The student will actively participate in the streaming sessions (live classes) through the platform provided by the TecnoCampus
• Logistics of the textile process: history and current affairs (3 sessions)
• Logistical processes associated with the textile trade: Producer, Manufacturer, Distributor, Retailer and Final Consumer. (4 sessions)
• Agents and Entities involved in the different processes (1-2 sessions)
• Costs (2 3 sessions)
• Textile fairs, fashion and ready-to-wear catwalks (1-2 sessions)
• Reverse logistics as part of the supply chain:
o Collection, disassembly and processing of used products or parts of products or leftover materials. (3-4 sessions)
• Presentation of works (2 sessions)
• Evaluation (1 session)
• Attention and inquiries (1 session)
The aim of the training is to systematize in a didactic way the different philosophies, methods and procedures applicable in the textile industry from a practical point of view, in everything related to the control of the flow of materials, of the optics of Integral Logistics. In this way it is intended that the student find the elements of judgment necessary for an effective understanding of the operation in the company
The evaluation system will be progressive and will be averaged over the 10 weeks of the course according to:
The mark to pass the subject is a 5.
In order to be able to configure the note with the follow-up of the evaluation if a pass is not obtained in any of the previous items and / or the average of the 4 items is less than 5 points, it will be necessary to make the recovery that will be made after the period of 'final exams.
Students who do not take the final exam will not be entitled to the resit exam. The mark of the resit exam will average with the rest of the marks obtained throughout the course.
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Red Book of Logistics. Edited by: AECOC. ISBN 9788460817062, 487 pages.
Hernández Barrueco, L. Logistics techniques to innovate, plan and manage. Editorial Marge Books. 2016 ISBN: 9788416171125
Martínez Marín, Jesús. (2021) Fundamentals of Logistics and Port Operations. JMM Editions. ISBN13-978-8409278633 (Available via. Https: //n9.cl/xnvdo )
Dolores Tous Zamora, Vanesa Francisca Guzmán Parra, Manule Codero Tous, Eva María Sánchez Teva. PRODUCTION SYSTEMS. Analysis of the primary activities of the value chain. Ed. ESIC Professional business books. 2019
INDUSTRIAL OBSERVATORY OF THE TEXTILE SECTOR ... www.agrupaciontextil.org ›active
PRODUCTION SYSTEMS. Analysis of the primary activities of the value chain. Dolores Tous Zamora, Vanesa Francisca Guzmán Parra, Manule Codero Tous, Eva María Sánchez Teva. Ed. ESIC Professional business books. 2019
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Mauleón Mikel, LOGISTICS AND COSTS. Mikel Mauleón. Ed. Diaz de Santos. 2006