Shortfall in trained supply chain workers is expected

01/10/2013 | Charleston Regional Business Journal (S.C.)

U.S. schools are expected to supply less than 30% of the supply chain and logistics workers needed each year through 2018, according to projections by the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics. "The supply chain industry is growing pretty fast, and as the economy grows so do supply chain needs and the amount of freight we move all over the world. There are big gaps in how we're going to meet future demand," said Page Siplon, the center's executive director.

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