|Item ID||Egyptian19680709Attend.tif |
|Title||Attend SIU Discussion Japanese Study U.S. Industry |
|Description||Ten members of a study team of the Japan Management Association arrived on campus Tuesday to attend a discussion on physical distribution management education. |
|Original Publication Source||Daily Egyptian |
|Date||1968 July 9 |
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|Digital File Publisher||Special Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale |
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|Collection||Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) |
|Transcript||Attend SIU Discussion Japanese Study U.S. Industry|
Ten members of a study team of the Japan Management Association arrived on campus Tuesday to attend a discussion on physical distribution management education. The discussion was conducted by Jehiel Novick of the Transportation Institute.
The study team of ten representatives from various Japanese companies has visited prominent U.S. and
European organizations to observe comtemporary advanced management techniques and practices in the field of physical distribution.
Study U.S. Industry
Their major interests in the field of physical distribution Include recent trends in the mechanization of cargo handling and storage, planning of optimum transportation methods, delivery planning, location of distribution points, Inventory control at nodal stock points and methods of controlling performance of equipment and personnel.
Prior to the discussion by Novick, the study team had coffee with SIU President Delyte W, Morris and then attended a luncheon in the Renaissance Room of the University Center. After the luncheon, they toured the campus. Before leaving for St. Louis, the group had tea with Japanese students in the Gallery Lounge of the University Center.