APICS Triangle 2nd Annual Student Case Competition
2017 Student Case Competition Winners. Pictured from left to right: Margarita Bello (judge panel member), Suren Palakkal (APICS Triangle President), Lakshya Dhar, Midhum Athikkal and Abhishek Singhai (student winners representing Duke University), Timothy Rhoads (judge panel member), Corey Haynes (APICS Triangle, Membership Vice President)
Congratulations to the winners of the 2nd Annual Student Case Competition hosted by APICS Triangle which was held on February 15, 2017. The winning group from Duke University’s School of Engineering Management, Lakshya Dhar, Midhum Athikkal and Abhishek Singhai, competed against 2 other student groups from North Carolina State University and Duke University. This year’s case study required students to provide operational, distribution and production capacity recommendations for a craft brewery facing a changing regulatory environment. Many thanks to our judge panel to include Timothy Rhoads, Margarita Bello and Brad Wynn.
2017 APICS Triangle Student Case Competitors: From Duke University: Serkan Sandikcioglu, Sindhoora Kommineni, Jaishree Rajasekaran, Abhishek Singhai,Midhum Athikkal, Lakshya Dhar. From North Carolina State University: Pulkit Sreshth, Shailesh Anil More, Siddharth Khandelwal
Raleigh Recycling Facility Tour
On January 18th, 2017, 7 members went on an incredible plant tour of the Raleigh Recycling Center! It was an amazing, eye opening experience to see what happens to our recycled material after it leaves our sidewalks. A very informative guide walked the group through the process as they observed the line running. The tour was a huge success! We hope to see more of you at our next tour!
APICS Triangle First Student Case Competition a Success!
The APICS Triangle Chapter recently held its first ever Student Case Competition in Raleigh, North Carolina. Students from NC State and Duke University participated in groups of three where they were asked to review a supply chain related case study and submit their findings and recommendations to a panel of judges appointed by the APICS Chapter Board. The top 5 groups presented their findings and recommendations at last Tuesday’s Professional Development Dinner Meeting on the evening of April 5th.
The Triangle Chapter would like to take the opportunity to thank all the students who participated in the competition and would like to recognize the following finalists for their detailed analysis and recommendations:
From NC State University:
Sourabh Deshmukhe, Tanul Kala, Tanmay Lohani, Saurich Sanath Yelchur, Sanath Pavate, Disha Hitesh Kansara, Atchyuta Bharadwaj Manda, Indraja Vemana and Krishna Balabadhrapatruni
From Duke University:
Sai Aditya Kolluru, Chaithra Cheruku, Anirudh Yedulla, Ai Lin Loh, James Huang and Masayuki Kobayashi,
Special recognition goes out to the winners Ai Lin Loh, James Huang and Masayuki Kobayashi from Duke University’s Masters of Engineering Management Program.
We would also like to thank the panel of judges (Tim Rhoads, Prasanna Deshpande and Ben Poston) for their participation and for lending their supply chain expertise to judge this event