From left: Mariam Benhaddou, Justin Haeuser, Kris Reed, Professor Maria Burns (CLTP Director), Dennis Mottola (Bechtel Corporate Logistics Owner & Manager), Juliana Valle, Johanna Tarley and Amado Raviola.
The University of Houston College of Technology's Center for Logistics and Transportation Policy (CLTP) was honored to host as distinguished speaker, Mr. Dennis M. Mottola, corporate logistics process owner and manager for Bechtel Global Logistics.
An advisory board member for the CLTP, Mottola is a dedicated to enriching the training with his substantial expertise in global trade and transport.
Most of the students attending the CLTP training courses are successful professionals, employed in the maritime, offshore, or logistics and importing companies. The course attracts participants from many regions of the US and from countries. A student from China commented, "the lectures are vivid, lively and of practical use to our industry. Thanks for the world class training: you've made my 10,000 miles journey worthwhile."
Established in 2007, the CLTP is an affiliated research and continuing education institution at the University of Houston College of Technology that is dedicated to providing relevant and innovative logistics and distribution skills for supply chain, logistics and maritime business professionals. The center is a certified member of the American Society for Logistics and Transportation (AST&L).