BRINGING YOU THE POWER OF LOGISTICS …
CCALS is a Virginia consortium of industry, government and universities that adapts and transforms advanced logistics systems for market-ready solutions.
We are made up of people who love problem solving and applying logistics to real-life challenges, and are eager to partner with you.
Consider us your asset: We want to help you make what you do better.
… AND WORLD CLASS CAPABILITIES
Digital always-on supply chain
Energy sustainability & mobility
Enterprise information systems
Skilled STEM-H workforce
Modeling & simulation
Top university graduates
Supply chain risk management & resilience
Internet of things & blockchain
Pharmacy on demand (point of use manufacturing)
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
- Amazon distribution centers
- UPS Freight
- The U.S. Army’s Logistics University
- A skilled workforce in a growing Virginia economy
- Class 1 Rail Lines
- Converging Interstates
- Major Airports
- Deepwater Port
“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
Work with us
CCALS offers its partners a unique advantage: World class logistics resources and problem solving.
The port is a catalyst for commerce for Virginia and serves as a global gateway.Read more »
The CRCF Commercialization Program drives economic growth in Virginia.Read more »
The LMI Research Institute develops formal working relationships with universities.Read more »
NEWS & UPDATES
Virginia’s path to prosperity must include emphasis on innovation, training and education, and logistics. This was one takeaway from Blueprint Virginia 2025, a comprehensive plan for business leadership, direction, and long-range economic planning from the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.Read more »
UVA’s Heimir Thorisson received the 2017 Best Presentation Award this month in Finland at RISK2017, the Society for Risk Analysis Third Nordic Chapter’s Conference. Thorisson, a PhD student in Systems Engineering, presented Influence of risk scenarios in port...Read more »
A group of UVA Systems Engineering students and instructors visited the Richmond Marine Terminal (RMT) Nov. 8, 2017 along with CCALS Executive Director Mark Manasco, as part of an ongoing project with the Port of Virginia. UVA Systems and Information Engineering...Read more »
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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.