Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation
The Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation, leads innovation and economic growth in Colombia and Latin America through research and education in logistics, transportation and management of value chains.
The Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation was founded in 2008 by LOGYCA and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Center for Transportation and Logistics (MIT-CTL), and is a member for Latin America of the MIT Global SCALE Network, an international partnership comprised of logistics centers devoted to the development of value networks and logistics excellence through innovation in research and education.
The Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation has three essential components that make it the excellence center for global and regional leaders: the constant work of its research staff, the close relationship with the business sector and its partnerships with the leading universities in the region.
The global network is comprised of the MIT-CTL in Boston (USA), the Zaragoza Logistics Center – ZLC- in Zaragoza (Spain) and the Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation in Bogota (Colombia). In the coming years, the network will finish building up to include logistics centers in Asia and Africa.