The winners of the 17th Interuniversity Logistics Case Competition, organized in cooperation with Mars Logistics and LODER (Logistics Association), have been announced.
The 17th of the Interuniversity Logistics Case Competition, which is open to the participation of university students in Turkey, ended with the announcement of the winners.
As a result of the evaluations and eliminations made by the jury members, a total of 18 students from 6 teams participated in the final stage of the 17th Interuniversity Logistics Case Competition, in which nearly 1,000 students in all categories applied.
In the final stage, which was held online for the first time due to the pandemic this year, students presented their case solutions online to industry representatives and academicians. After the presentations made in 3 categories, the winners were students of Bartın University, Eskişehir Osmangazi University and Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University.
Students get to know and analyze the logistics industry through the case contest
Stating that the competition, which is open to all university students, was launched in 2004 in order to create an environment where researchers, curious and creative students can share their ideas, to introduce the sector to students and to develop students' case analysis skills, Mars Logistics Corporate Communication and Brand Management Manager Kader Özal said that: “As Mars Logistics, we are aware of the importance of vocational trainings and we are happy to meet with talented students who are interested in the logistics sector with the case contest we have organized in cooperation with LODER for 17 years. With the competition, we provide an environment where students can get to know the industry and analyze cases. They are involved in real cases and solution processes of the industry. Most of the students who participated in case competitions in previous years and were awarded by entering the places are working in the fields of logistics and supply chain management, which shows that our case competition reached the right people.”