News & Highlights
CSCMP's 30th Annual State of Logistics Report™ RELEASED!
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) released the 30th Annual State of Logistics Report™ in June of 2019. Takeaways from this year’s report explore macroeconomics and predict an economic slowdown, increasing competition in parcel and last mile, the IMO 2020 sulfur regulations and more. CSCMP collaborates with global strategic management consulting firm A.T. Kearney, as the author and researcher, and with Penske Logistics continuing its longstanding role as presenter of the report.
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Apply for CSCMP’s Mentorship Program
Call for Mentors and Mentees! CSCMP’s Mentorship Program is back for the 2019-2020 edition. The mentorship program is designed to foster knowledge and connection through learning partnerships. Developed by CSCMP's Young Professionals Committee, the program helps to evolve and bridge future supply chain leaders from one generation to the next. The application period is open from August 26 through September 30, 2019. You must be a CSCMP member to participate in the Mentorship Program.
CALL FOR EDGE 2020 TRACK CHAIRS--Deadline Extended!
Be a part of supply chain’s premier event™ and apply to become an EDGE 2020 Track Chair!* EDGE Track Chairs are dedicated volunteers who select topic ideas and sources talented speakers that engage, excite and educate EDGE attendees. As a Track Chair, you will work directly with the EDGE Conference Committee and CSCMP staff to make EDGE a source of valuable, actionable content. This is your chance to give back to supply chain and bring your ideas to life!
*EDGE Track Chairs must be CSCMP members at time of selection. Applicants must have attended at least two EDGE conferences by October 1st in order to be eligible.
Apply by October 1st
2020 Research Grant-Deadline Extended!
CSCMP is accepting proposals research specifically, research addressing e-commerce and omni-channel, last mile delivery, impacts of emerging technologies (blockchain, additive manufacturing, etc.), sustainability, ethical considerations in supply chains, food safety, humanitarian logistics, supply chain risk management, and urban logistics. The research should be enhanced by specific attention to placement in a global setting or consideration of unique dynamics focused on a particular industry.
Deadline extended to August 23, 2019. Submit your application
Weekly Update: Qualitative & Quantitative Market Data
Powered by Truckstop.com and FTR, the Trans4Cast weekly report offers analysis of spot market conditions and rates in the transportation industry.