The CELDi academic partners merge unique research strengths to provide innovative logistics and distribution solutions for our member organizations. At all our campuses, research activities, graduate and undergraduate course offerings, professional development and continuing education opportunities combine to form the foundation and structure for educating the next generation of engineers in logistics and distribution centers. Academic Guidelines

The University of Missouri (MU) Research Site consists of a team of researchers from industrial engineering and transportation MU logosystems engineering, as well as management logistics, health management and agricultural economics. This integration of expertise and perspectives supports a holistic approach to the design and operation of a wide range of logistics systems and provides capability to address logistics network, supply chain and distribution/ warehousing issues. The team has a strong tradition of solving problems for manufacturers, logistics providers, and departments of transportation.