Certificado APICS CLTD

Benefícios do certificado internacional APICS CLTD



 This program provides a comprehensive body of knowledge and standards for those in the logistics, transportation and distribution industries.

The APICS CLTD Learning System is a comprehensive professional development and exam preparation program.

It consists of eight reading modules and interactive, web-based study tools.

Each module will further empower you with an understanding of best practices, knowledge and skills necessary to maximize your organization’s efficiency and impact the bottom line. 


  • Module 1: Logistics and Supply Chain Overview
  • Module 2: Capacity Planning and Demand Management
  • Module 3: Order Management
  • Module 4: Inventory and Warehouse Management
  • Module 5: Transportation
  • Module 6: Global Logistics Considerations
  • Module 7: Logistics Network Design
  • Module 8: Reverse Logistics and Sustainability
  • Managing logistics as a cohesive system
  • Present a logistics strategy that aligns with the organizational strategy
  • Find effective mix of revenue producing services for the cost of providing that service
  • Developing strong relationships across the SC
  • Designing KPIs to encourage desired behaviors
  • Using continuous improvement to exceed customer expectations 
  • Concepts behind forecasting
  • Creating efficient forecasts to better align supply to demand
  • Translating demand information into capacity plans for warehousing and transportation
  • Collaborating between procurement and logistics
  • Understanding key processes, including S&OP, MPS, MRP and DRP
  • Delivering customer service at a consistent level 
  • Planning, designing and controlling processes which manage customers’ orders
  • Customer relationship management (CRM)
  • EDI and TMS to enable visibility throughout the order process
  • Tracking and measuring carrier performance to improve efficiency
  • Developing a customer service mgmt strategy
  • Enhancing long-term customer satisfaction and creating lifetime customers
  • Maintaining inventory levels to align with the business strategy
  • Strategy to minimize inventory costs and maximize customer service
  • Adapting to new distribution channels and customer expectations
  • Implementing efficient and effective warehouse processes
  • Using appropriate packaging in storage and transportation 
  • Transportation fundamentals, including key stakeholders, intermediaries and carriers
  • Select transportation modes based on speed, availability, dependability, capability, frequency and cost
  • Moving goods and services throughout a firm’s SC
  • Manage transportation from long-range strategies to day-to-day execution
  • Utilizing transportation technology to control visibility and communication
  • Macroenvironmental factors of global logistics 
  • International trade practices, trade agreements and blocs
  • Countries’  infrastructure, systems and regulations
  • Required documentation and customs requirements by country and transp. mode
  • Harmonized System Classification tariff rates
  • Financing options
  • Deciding what currency will be most appropriate for global trade
  • Designing the network of warehouses and transportation lanes
  • Key tradeoffs to assist in planning and deployment of network
  • Using decision support tools to plan facilities
  • Modeling techniques to find the right balance among competing needs
  • Risk management strategies
  • Prevention and mitigation plans
  • Developing a reverse logistics strategy
  • Central returns center versus hiring a third-party provider
  • Turn the reverse flows into quantifiable value streams
  • Demonstrating social responsibility that is valued by customers
  • Sustainability initiatives and the triple bottom line.
  • Choosing suppliers to implement sustainable processes and practices