TVS Logistics ties up with US' Ross School for executive training

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on May 26, 2011 Published on May 26, 2011

TVS Logistics, which aspires to be a $1 billion company by 2015 from $250 million, is preparing its top 35 executives to be the company's future leaders. Starting tomorrow, these executives will undergo a three-year executive education programme imparted by the Michigan's Ross School of Business of the US — that has other Indian clients such as the Tata Group, Mahindra & Mahindra and Bharti Airtel.

The executives will take part in a tailor made executive education programme on both supply chain and general management areas, and on improving organisational effectiveness and enhance organisational capability.

TVS Logistics will spend Rs 8 crore on the programme, said Mr R. Dinesh, Managing Director, TVS Logistics.


For the fiscal ended March 31, 2011, the company reported a 62 per cent increase in revenue to Rs 1,370 crore and will cross the Rs 2,000-crore-mark in the current year, he said.

The tie up with Ross School is a significant step not only for TVS Logistics but also for the supply chain industry as ready-made talent with in-depth knowledge for practical aspects of the supply chain is scarce, he told newspersons.

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Published on May 26, 2011
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