About Industrial Distribution
|Dr. Esther Rodriguez Silva|
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Dr. Esther Rodriguez Silva collaborates in the Industrial Distribution Program at the Global Supply Chain Laboratory at Texas A&M University, where she conducts applied research and industry projects in the area of global distribution, best practices in distribution profitability, distributor value added services, and within industry Consortia. Dr. Rodriguez Silva is the Director of the Talent Incubator Program where she educates and train students for project development and execution. Also, she coordinates the Global Distribution Study Abroad Program designated to teach students on how to conduct business in the international arena.
Dr. Rodriguez Silva has contributed with recognized international institutions on supply chain management and participated on the implementation of strategic initiatives related to global trade, logistic processes and supply chain integration for the Inter-American Development Bank and the Department of Transportation, to mention some. Among Dr. Rodriguez Silva’s professional accomplishments are the reactivation of the container terminal at the Port of Lazaro Cardenas that attracted multi-million investments and her contribution to the Maritime Transportation Security Act at U.S. Congress. Dr. Rodriguez Silva is member of PMI, JLSE, IAME, JIN, NASBITE and has publications in Journals on topics related to transportation, distributor competitivenes and global supply chain.