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Certified in Transportation and Logistics (CTL)

The CTL Certification Program began in 1948, and is known as the premier credential in the transportation/logistics industry. The exam modules are constantly revised to meet the needs of transportation logistics professionals. To qualify an individual must be an active member of ASTL and have earned an undergraduate degree or have at least three years of professional experience. The certification is granted to individuals who successfully complete six of the following exam modules:


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Transportation Economics Management

has three primary areas of emphasis:
(1) application of demand, cost, and pricing principles to transportation;
(2) the operating, service and financial characteristics of the various modes and types of
transportation; and
(3) managerial issues in transportation. The objectives for the transportation economics
and management module provide an understanding of:

  • The relationship and cost trade-offs occurring between transportation and other logistics
  • How the operating and service characteristics of each mode affect cost, performance, and
    the products moved;
  • The economic principles that provide a foundation for transportation costing and pricing;
  • Shipper and carrier strategies employed to reduce costs and improve performance.

Logistics Management

Logistics is that part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the
efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and related
information between the point of origin and point of consumption in order to meet
customers’ requirements. ‖ (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, 2003)
The logistics management module explores the different facets of this definition and has
the following objectives:

  • Understanding the functions comprising logistics, how these functions interact, and how
    logistics can be managed as a system to reduce total cost;
  • Recognizing how logistics affects customer service, corporate performance and
    competitive advantage;
  • Identifying the key logistics processes that span multiple enterprises and how managing logistics as a supply chain process creates values for the end-user and all key stakeholders
  • Developing effective strategies for logistics managers to improve corporate performance while simultaneously increasing customer service and improving corporate performance.

International Transport and Logistics

The international transport and logistics module provides the foundation required for
understanding logistics processes required in moving goods and people across international
boundaries, the transportation modes used in such movement, and current logistics issues
in the global environment. The module has the objectives of:

  • Understanding the key differences between domestic and international logistics and how
    these difference affect logistics practice and performance;
  • Developing and evaluating different strategies to effectively manage logistics processes
    on a global basis;
  • Recognizing the role and importance played by the many key logistics intermediaries that
    facilitate global trade

"CPIM is the best functional certification course for supply chain-related jobs."

-APICS CPIM designee