SCALE RankingThe MIT Global SCALE Network is an international alliance of leading-edge research and education centers dedicated to the development and dissemination of global innovation in supply chain and logistics.

MIT Global SCALE Network Objectives:

  • Expand MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics’s impact for both education and research
  • Create local supply chain management human capital and expertise in different regions of the world
  • Open up new opportunities for innovation develop new educational models and paradigms
  • Create a worldwide network of executives, alumni and students trained by MIT or with MIT material and influence
  • Help companies, governments and organizations to compete in an increasingly complex business environment.

MIT Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Centers

The MIT Global SCALE Network is a balanced network of six innovation centers on four continents. Each center contributes resources to conduct joint research, administers educational programs, and works with corporate sponsors. Independently and collectively centers engage faculty, researchers, students, and affiliated companies to collaborate on projects that will create supply chain and logistics innovations with global applications.

On Wednesday, January 24, 2018, the MIT SCALE Global Network hosted the 10th Annual SCALE Connect Conference Research Expo. Over 200 supply chain master's students were able to present a digital poster of their research projects to more than 200 visiting supply chain professionals and... Read more
NINGBO, CHINA, December 13, 2017 - Ningbo Supply Chain Innovation Institute China (NSCIIC) received competitive awards at the fifth Tencent Business School Development Forum in Beijing.  The forum is a unique showcase for outstanding business education organizations in China.  NSCIIC... Read more
At the POMS 28th Annual Conference Mustafa Çagri Gürbüz (MIT Zaragoza Logistics Center Professor) and co-author Eirini Spiliotopoulou (MIT Zaragoza Logistics Center PhD Alumni)  will be awarded the "Skinner Best Paper Award for 2016”.  Their paper "Information Reliability in Supply Chains... Read more