The Logistics Center of Excellence prepares professionals who are fully knowledgeable in the logistics industry, in accordance with high standards set by industry professionals to work with shippers, carriers, warehouse, distribution, and supply chain positions.
Houston is one of the nation's busiest rail centers, with more than 700,000 rail cars passing through the system each year. Located along the line of the proposed I-69 NAFTA superhighway that will link Canada, US, Midwest, Texas and Mexico, Houston has become the largest export market in the country and main transportation hub.
Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management
The Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management certificate provides students with the knowledge and abilities to apply individual technical skills for an entrylevel position. Read more
The Maritime program provides students with specialized skills needed for an entry level position in the maritime logistic industry. Read more
Sep 9, 2016
Located in the energy capital of the world, the Energy Summit & Business Expo provides attendees with valuable information and insight into the current developments in the energy industry.
Aug 26, 2016
The HCC Logistics Center of Excellence would like to thank the Gulf Coast Industry Forum for sponsoring our students to attend the “Globalization of the Gulf Coast: Positioning to Reach the World” conference, which was held on Thursday, Aug. 25.
Aug 3, 2016
HCC Logistics students, who are members of APICS, recently voted for officers for an upcoming chapter of the professional association for supply chain management.
Jul 27, 2016
The HCC Logistics Center of Excellence would like to congratulate the students who successfully passed the GLA exam this summer.
Jun 13, 2016
Project Grad 2016 will continue for two weeks, culminating with a Closing Ceremony on Thursday, June 23.
May 25, 2016
UPS presented a seminar to business partners, students, and faculty on “the Mechanics of Exporting and Importing” on Wednesday, May 25 at the Houston Community College Center of Excellence.
May 16, 2016
Thank you Dr. Johnella Bradford, Director, Transformation & Innovation, Yolanda Alvarado, Student Recruiter, and Elvira Xisto, Logistics COE Student for your support.
Apr 25, 2016
Gonzalo Florez-Giraldo, a Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management student at Houston Community College, was a finalist at the April Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Roundtable Annual Student Competition.
Apr 5, 2016
Gonzalo Florez-Giraldo is a product of the HCC Logistics Center of Excellence and will represent the school system at the CSCMP Houston Roundtable Luncheon on April 21.