The duration and content of the modules can be customized according to specific needs, and can be configured in the classroom and in-house at the companies.

The level goes from the management to the operational, post-graduate specializations from the redevelopment of the staff. The style is oriented to the best practices in the area of ‚Äč‚Äčinterest, with use of case studies

The visual characteristics of the software Alcman allow to use it as an effective teaching tool to discuss operational cases of realistic models.


  • Organization of business training courses, public and private
  • Studies and research
  • Workshops and seminars
  • Collaboration with the Institutes for Training and Research


 Collaborative Logistics

The collaboration of industry exceeds the internal dimension and beyond the enterprise bounds, moving from a traditional view that confines the activity of the single company to its own value chain, to a broader perspective to understand the supply chain as a whole, a fundamental system for the generation of value for the consumer

Duration: 8-24 hours. Contents

  • Vertical and horizontal cooperation
  • Analysis of the supply chain as a whole
  • Analysis of the logistics network
  • Operating and transport expenses trade-off
  • Information sharing in the Supply Chain


Lean Management

The latest version of lean thinking born decades ago in Japan and evolving promises significant gains in productivity and continuous improvement of business processes

Duration: 8-24 hours. Contents:

  • Toyota method and its history. JIT, Kanban, TQM, TOC
  • Lean techniques, takt time, 5S
  • Tutorials and case studies


Automation in logistics

Not only large and expensive automated warehouses. Many technologies slender also suitable for small and medium enterprises populate the offer of automation, more and more supports and does not replace man

Duration: 8-24 hours. Contents:

  • Automation yes, no automation
  • The picking. Man to goods and / or goods to man
  • The systems of materials handling machines
  • Miniload, Vertical Warehouses, AGV
  • PickPut-to-light, voice picking
  • Solutions for SMEs


The costs and the outsourcing of logistics

The strategic choice of a company to manage its own organization with the Supply Chain or to assign, in whole or in part, outsourced to specialized thirdy party depends on many factors related to the type of product, its processing, the degree of organization and the level of culture in this company.

This module discusses the issues and decision-making logic leading to an outsourcing contract logistics, the main conditions that should govern it, its risks, its implementation and operational management and organizational change management resulting.

Duration: 8-24 hours. Contents:

  • Evaluation of logistics costs in house
  • Current status and trends of outsourcing logistics
  • Objectives, benefits and risks of outsourcing
  • Supply Chain Management with Logistics Providers
  • Phases of a Project Outsourcing: the choice of logistics partner to the signing of the contract
  • The contract Outsourcing
  • Performance indicators: control of service and cost
  • Human resources


The design and organization of Warehouse

Manage a warehouse is an ancient and always changing job. The diversity of solutions is much wider than the common perception, as well as the organizational methods and technologies. Driving the design and organization of the warehouse to general concepts and know how to modulate specific cases is a skill often overlooked and which can lead to surprising results

Duration: 8-24 hours. Contents:

  • The functions of the warehouse. Receipt, Storage, Removal, Replenishing, Output
  • Storage technologies, handling
  • The Picking
  • Sizing
  • Methodologies man to goods, goods to man and intermediate cases
  • The design of the warehouse
  • Layout
  • Operating procedures
  • Information System
  • The inventory. Methodologies and standards
  • The role of the warehouse manager
  • The KPI warehouse

Transport Management

Provides an overview of the road transport, through the evolution of the regulatory framework and the responsibility of the buyer, the basic understanding of the buying process and the monitoring of costs, the description of vehicles and support services and optimization available on the market.

Duration: 8-24 hours. Contents:

  • The role of transport in the Supply Chain
  • The regulatory framework for freight
  • Types and means of transport
  • Costing
  • Service, Quality, Safety and Technology Edge
  • The software support tools and optimization

Introduction to Logistics

Duration: 8 hours. Contents:

  • The definition and objectives of logistics
  • The strategic role of logistics
  • Logistics costs
  • The logistics company. Logistics and other business functions
  • The components of the integrated logistics system. From logistics to supply chain management
  • Customer service
  • The integrated information systems to support the business management: applications and exercises.

“Those who fall in love with practice without science are like the pilot, who went into a Navilio without rudder or compass, which has never sure where you go. Always practice must be built upon the good theory”
Leonardo da Vinci