Expert provider in foodstuff services, Syfan Logistics partnered with the University of North Georgia-Dahlonega and other institutes to train students in supply chain management and logistics.
Cesar Ayala, an Assistant Professor in the Mike Cottrell College of Business said, “They’ll give us feedback for what they’re looking for in our students, so having that partnership with them helps us build our curriculum.”
Along with this partnership, Syfan aims to help prepare students for the many career paths in the logistics industry.
Gainesville-based Syfan Logistics is a well-experienced service provider in the field of supply chain. The company works extensively with the country’s largest foodstuffs companies in Food and Beverage, Parcel, Automotive, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Construction materials, Retail/Consumer products, Electronics, Paper products industries. Along with supply chain management, Syfan’s solutions also comprise truckload services, and transport services.
Speaking about the rapid growth of Syfan, Founder and CEO of the company, Jim Syfan said that his company boils down to a homespun way of managing. Further, he added that the Syfan’s lineage led him to this point and the health of his business hinges on the bigger impact he can have on Hall Country and the surrounding area.
Syfan seeks to expand partnership with Lanier Technical College and other schools
Syfan is also eager to expand its partnerships with Lanier Technical College by launching certificate program for students. In addition, Syfan has plans to partner with other reputed institutes including Clemson University and Auburn University.
Ayala said, “We are training the next generation of professionals, so we need to be in sync with what the private sector is looking for. Our students are more prepared to get a job after they graduate.”
Furthermore, Syfan is providing the software to train students in logistic areas, and the progam focuses on learning how to optimize processes and streamline production and service-delivery in business.