International Society of Logistics

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The International Society of Logistics (also known as SOLE, as it was originally the Society of Logistics Engineers) is a non-profit organization devoted to the development and promotion of logistics, including improvements in technology, education and management. SOLE sponsors the Annual Logistics Conference and Exposition[1] and founded the Logistics Education Foundation.[2]

SOLE was founded in 1966 as the Society of Logistics Engineers "to engage in educational, scientific, and literary endeavors to advance the art of logistics technology and management." There are over 90 SOLE chapters in more than 50 countries throughout the world. Chapters conduct technical meetings, symposia and workshops, all designed to provide the SOLE member with opportunities for professional advancement. Chapters and districts also sponsor regional technical meetings.

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  1. ^ Air Force Journal of Logistics Cumulative Index. DIANE Publishing. p. 68. ISBN 1-4289-9381-9. 
  2. ^ Bruce A. Newell (1995). "What Does the Future Hold for Young Logisticians?". Air Force Journal of Logistics. 19 (3). 

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