Boeing, Damco to pursue logistics opportunities

  • 14-Sep-2009 04:59 EDT

Boeing and Danish logistics company Damco signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to pursue the development of industrial and technological logistics tools for improving global supply chain management. The two companies will explore opportunities to use the Boeing-developed Joint Logistics Command and Control Environment (JLC2E) modeling and simulation tool to expand into commercial markets and incorporate Damco's expertise in supply chain management. JLC2E allows defense customers to experiment and evaluate supply chain tactics, processes, and technologies to support current and future complex defense missions.

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