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CCALS: Industry, government and universities collaborating on transformational improvements to logistics systems.

Transforming Logistics

CCALS is a consortium of industry, government and universities that adapts and transforms advanced logistics systems for market-ready solutions.

CCALS engages and benefits its members through applied research and innovation in data analytics, cyber-physical systems, and strategic investments.

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map of east coast positioning Virginia as logistical hub
Central Virginia is a logistics hub

41% of the U.S. population lives within a day’s drive
55% of the U.S. population lives within 750 miles

The region includes …

Class 1 Rail Lines Converging Interstates Major Airports Deepwater Port

• Amazon distribution centers, FedEx, UPS Freight, The U.S. Army’s Logistics University
• A skilled workforce in a growing Virginia economy

Connecting with the knowledge-base and experience at CCALS is an innovative solution that will help steer our efforts to further refine our berthing and scheduling process. John F. Reinhart

CEO and Executive Director, Virginia Port Authority

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Join CCALS now as an Organizing Industry Member to benefit from membership-driven research that leads to world-class logistics systems and the creation of a skilled and trained workforce in the Central Virginia region.

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Debra Deville appointed Chair of the Board for CCALS

Debra L. Deville has been appointed the Chair of the Board for Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS). Deville joined LMI in 2001, and is currently a Senior Fellow. She most recently managed the Strategic Logistics Group, directing studies and...

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CCALS puts industry expertise at the same table with government knowledge and university research capabilities to drive real-world logistics systems solutions.
The Port of Virginia LMI University of Virginia Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia State University Longwood University Crater Planning District Commission