Michael Stroh, CTL has been a
logistics practitioner since 1979, predominantly in an international
environment. He has served in a variety of operational and
administrative positions in a diverse range of industries including
wearing apparel, footwear, automotive, machinery, metals and hazardous
chemicals. His titles have included Global Logistics Manager,
Transportation Manager, Warehouse Manager, and Purchasing Manager.
Throughout his career, he has worked for companies such as Bidermann
Industries, Mercedes-Benz, Westfalia Separator and Cookson Electronics.
He is a graduate of the Academy of
Advanced Traffic (now known as The Institute of Logistical
Management.) He has a B.S. in Transportation from St. John's
University, New York and a M.B.A. in Global Management from the
University of Phoenix. Some key background particulars of
Society of Transportation and Logistics – Certified Member (CTL)
The Association for Supply Management
Supply Chain Management Professionals
for Supply Management
International Society of Logistics
Certified in Transportation
and Logistics (CTL), American Society of Transportation and
Top Gun graduate, Cycle Time
Management Institute (lean manufacturing principles)
Trainer (leadership/collaboration/team-building skills)
Six Sigma Certified Green Belt
Multi-Modal Dangerous Goods
Transport Certified, Unz & Co.
Logistics Network Inc., 2007.
“A Practical Guide to
Transportation and Logistics, 3rd
Ed.”, Logistics Network Inc.,
Transportation”, Boy Scouts of
Nightmare”, Traffic World, July
Traffic World, May 20, 2002.
Faculty Member, Institute of
Logistics Management, 2001 – Present. Developed accredited
undergraduate-level courses in Logistics Fundamentals,
Import Management, Export Management, and Inventory
Management. Currently developing courses in Supply-Chain
Management and Cargo Security.
Faculty Member, World Trade
Institute of Pace University, 2000 – 2005. Developed and
taught undergraduate-level courses and professional
development seminars in Global Logistics Management and