objective

It integrates a strategic and operational approach together with the most effective concepts and tools for the modern transport operation in its supply chain (SCM), its value chain and its logistics.


Benefits of the program

  • You will develop skills to integrate transport in the links of the supply and value chain, in the operation and national and global trade of your company to reduce costs and improve commercial, operational and financial results.
  • You will learn about the best practices in logistics, transport and national and international operations, including ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in TMS / Transportation Management Systems (Comprehensive Transportation Management).
  • You will locate the language and documents; You will negotiate the key points in the operation of national and international transports: land, air, maritime and intermodal.
  • In motor transport, you will apply the legal and regulatory framework in a practical way to transport management, in particular NOM 068 and 012-SCT.


Addressed to

Businessmen, executives and officials linked to logistics and transport operations; personnel of customs agencies, logistics operators, transport and services.


Content of the program

The Diploma in Integral Transportation Management consists of six modules, which total 96 hours of study in total.

Module 1. Transport Logistics in the Supply Chain (16 hours)

  • Panorama and trends in national and international transport
  • Impact of ICT (information and communication technologies)
  • The international supply chain (SCM / supply chain management)
  • Structure of the traffic / transport area
  • Reference to the legal and regulatory framework, emphasis on motor transport
  • Distribution, transport and ICT (information and communication technologies)
  • Supply chain / SCM supply chain management), simulator

Module 2. Traffic and Distribution (16 hours)

  • The traffic area in the company
  • Base organization, dependence and responsibilities
  • Types of service in transport, national and international: whole, consolidated, dedicated, door to door, others
  • Impact and integration of the transportation base cost
  • Key aspects for the business
  • Distribution: Primary, secondary and last mile
  • Mapping the supply chain
  • Transport selection factors
  • Types-nature of merchandise / cargo: Loose cargo, and container and packaging
  • Planning and control according to the scenario of the operation
  • Types of distribution: CEDI, CEDA, consolidation, Cross Docking, others
  • Outsourcing: 3PL and 4PLs
  • Planning and control of operation and loading
  • KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)
  • Key controls: Speed, rotation, profitability, tracking, other
  • Reference to ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), SW available and its application to the areas of traffic and distribution

Module 3. Autotransport, Operation and Normative Framework (16 hours)

  • Accidents and accidents on roads in Mexico: Causes and actors
  • The regulatory framework for motor transport in Mexico
  • Base element of a motor transport team: motor and trawl, classification difference in the United States and in the country
  • NOM-068-SCT-2-2000, relative to the physical and mechanical conditions of cargo motor vehicles
  • LA NOM-012-SCT-2-2008: Weight and maximum dimensions with which motor vehicles can circulate
  • Reference to the regulations in the USA
  • Reference to the international operation: north and south border and operation of containers in federal jurisdiction roads
  • Integration of laws, regulations and NOM-068 and NOM-012 to the best practices of motor transport

Module 4. Key Financial Aspects and Information Technologies Applied to the Autotransport Management (16 hours)

  • Key financial aspects of transportation
  • Information Technologies (ICT) applied to the management of motor transport

Module 5. Air, Rail, Maritime and Intermodal Transport (16 hours)

  • Reference to Incoterms 2010
  • Functions of the Pricing Area in international freights
  • aerial
  • Railway and intermodal
  • Maritime and intermodal
  • Integration of best practices in international transport

Module 6. International Logistics, Lean Logistics Processes (Slender) and Value Generation in the SCM Global Supply Chain (16 hours)

  • Fundamentals of SCM (supply chain) and international logistics
  • Lean logistics
  • Operative administration
  • International inventory management
  • Supplier management
  • Use of indicators in the measurement of financial and operational performance
  • Concept of value creation
  • Practical cases
Program taught in:
  • Spanish

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Last updated October 29, 2018
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