Read the SMART (car) and Smart Logistics case. Read the 6 questions (yes, they are actually questions) at the end of the case. Read the case again more carefully with these questions in mind. Prepare a 5-10 page report, type-written and double spaced, with an executive summary, describing the key aspects of the case and your answers to the questions. The Executive Summary is intended for someone who has not read the case, so don’t go into too much detail, but do point out the essentials of the case. Stay within the time-frame of the case. Don’t update the history of the company. You may either weave your answers into a discussion of the case, or answer them sequentially after your executive summary section.