Kylie Lung

Kylie Lung

ECMC Program Intern Agility Project Logistics

Kylie is a senior at the University of Houston studying Supply Chain and Logistics Technology with double minors in Purchasing & Organizational Leadership and Supervision. She will be graduating December 2019. She has obtained AILC certifications and will be CLT certified at the end of this semester. This past summer, Kylie has had the opportunity to serve as a Supply Chain Intern at Agility Project Logistics in Houston, TX where she was able to train in industry specific problems as well as assist in key client accounts. She had the opportunity to develop ERP and WMS software experience and receive hands on training in multiple departments.

Agility Project Logistics is a specialized business of Agility Global Integrated Logistics (GIL). Agility GIL is a globally recognized leader in the logistics industry with more than 17,000 employees and 500 offices in over 100 countries around the world, with gross revenues exceeding 4 billion USD. Agility Project Logistics’ mission is growth and delivery in the capital project, oil, gas and marine service markets. Designing, developing and implementing unique solutions in emerging markets and key geographies to meet the stringent capital and operational demands of manufacturers, fabricators, and engineering.
 

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Wednesday 09/10/2019

From 14:45 To 15:45

10/09/2019 14:45 10/09/2019 15:45 Talent & Diversity Spotlight

Sponsored by



Session Sponsor Introduction by Alchemy Recruitment

Our People, Our Future – The Next Generation

The ability to recruit and retain strong, diversified talent in a world of constant industry shifts is a key concern worldwide. In the breakbulk and project cargo market, this struggle is even more pronounced. In the third installment of our talent and diversity series, we’ll compare the perspectives of newcomers and industry veterans to learn what each side is seeking, what initiatives and opportunities exist to bridge the skills gap, and what next steps can be taken to build the logistics workforce of the future.
 
Our panel will examine:

  • What opportunities are available for internships and management training? What programs have been successful?
  • What skills are today’s companies looking for? Do they dovetail with curricula?
  • Engagement and outreach: what’s working?
  • How can these methods be applied in your sector?
Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Main Stage

"Talent & Diversity Spotlight"

John Hark Kylie Lung Mario Rodriguez Rick Padia
Time and date

Wednesday 09/10/2019

From 14:45 To 15:45

10/09/2019 14:45 10/09/2019 15:45 Talent & Diversity Spotlight

Sponsored by



Session Sponsor Introduction by Alchemy Recruitment

Our People, Our Future – The Next Generation

The ability to recruit and retain strong, diversified talent in a world of constant industry shifts is a key concern worldwide. In the breakbulk and project cargo market, this struggle is even more pronounced. In the third installment of our talent and diversity series, we’ll compare the perspectives of newcomers and industry veterans to learn what each side is seeking, what initiatives and opportunities exist to bridge the skills gap, and what next steps can be taken to build the logistics workforce of the future.
 
Our panel will examine:

  • What opportunities are available for internships and management training? What programs have been successful?
  • What skills are today’s companies looking for? Do they dovetail with curricula?
  • Engagement and outreach: what’s working?
  • How can these methods be applied in your sector?
Breakbulk Main Stage
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Breakbulk Main Stage

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