Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)

Connecting, Educating & Developing Supply Chain Professionals

 Meeting the world’s supply chain management professionals at each level of career and life to foster growth with the right connections, education, and development.

With over 60 years of service to the supply chain industry, we’re passionate about progressing you to your next level in 2024 and beyond. CSCMP’s resources elevate your success. Understand your talent’s supply chain knowledge base using our new tool, SCProTM Assess, and extend your team’s development with SCProTM Develop. But first, if you’re not a CSCMP member, what are you waiting for?  

Join CSCMP today to access a member network of supply chain professionals, education, and member-only perks for events like our EDGE Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, supply chain’s premier event™, cutting-edge research, and local roundtables. Your next opportunity and answers to your supply chain challenges are a click away.

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CSCMP Happenings

Connecting YOU with Industry Experts Solving Real Supply Chain Challenges


2024 CSCMP European Conference 

Unleashing Resilient, Sustainable Supply Chains  

June 20 - 21, 2024 

Warsaw, Poland

Register Here! 

CSCMP European Research Seminar (ERS) on Logistics & SCM 2024
June 20-21, 2024
The European Research Seminar (ERS) on Logistics and SCM is a global conference with a European background. The interactive conference centers on intensive discussion of top-quality research and new developments among all participants. ERS welcomes participants from around the globe with its aim to expose and discuss contemporary issues in logistics and supply chain management.


Member & Partner Events


Panama Supply Chain Forum 

💥2024 MAIN EVENT in Panama
Panama Supply Chain Forum + Inauguration of CSCMP Panama

📅 On June 6, we will experience an unprecedented event in Panama.
🎇 All the great leaders, academics, students and professionals of the Supply Chain from the world and Latin America will meet for a day where the latest trends in Supply Chain and Logistics will be shared.

Don't miss the opportunity to be there
📍 Location: Learning Vila, Atrio Mall, Costa del Este, Panama
IMAX Auditorium

🔗 Register here :



CSCMP Roundtable Education & Networking


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Meet a Member

Get to Know Your Global Supply Chain Community

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) members are the backbone of the supply chain management and logistics industries. Hear some of their stories.


Past Featured Members

CSCMP Corporate Spotlight

Corporate Spotlight Archive


35th Annual State of Logistics Report®

The 2024 State of Logistics Report® will be unveiled in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, June 18, 2024.

Produced for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) by global consulting firm Kearney and presented by leading third-party supply chain provider Penske Logistics, the annual report offers a snapshot of the American economy via the lens of the logistics sector and its role in overall supply chains. The industry leading report is a comprehensive compilation of logistics intelligence from around the world and shines a spotlight on industry trends and key insights on ever evolving supply chains across a number of sectors. Click Here to Pre-Order Report

Supplier Viability: Are Your Suppliers Prepared for a Downturn? ─ A CSCMP Hot Topic

Written by CSCMP Corporate Member, Jason Juds, Principal Consultant at Liberty Advisor Group
With a potential economic downturn in 2023, taking a look at your supplier base to assess critical supplier long-term viability is imperative. Jason Juds developed a framework to assess, measure, and identify options for mitigating these supplier viability risks.

Driving Toward a Circular Economy ─ A CSCMP Hot Topic

Written by CSCMP Strategic Partner, Melanie Nuce, GS1 US  
How can business leaders think about sustainability in this moment, while attending to more immediate, survival-mode issues of basic commerce? Explore how supply chain transformation supports sustainability in this article from Melanie Nuce, senior vice president of innovation and partnerships, GS1 US. 

End-to-End Supply Chain Management: Building An Enhanced Customer Experience ─ A CSCMP Hot Topic

Written by CSCMP Corporate Member Dorinda Jung of OOCL Logistics
As supply chain disruptions have taken center stage, so too has the conversation about the end-to-end supply chain, what it means and how it is managed. These conversations are now mainstream and being had by consumers, financial institutions, investors, governments, and retailers alike. The importance of a dynamic, nimble, and visible supply chain is becoming a competitive advantage to deliver a superior customer experience, as consumer spending habits change, disrupting traditional revenue streams.

“Having been an academic member of CSCMP for over 14 years, I have found the organization is an invaluable resource to me. The opportunities to interact with SCM/logistics practitioners and other academics have helped me stay current and relevant in my research and teaching."
Haozhe Chen
Walker Professor in Logistics & Supply Chain Management
lowa State University


“I've been involved with CSCMP for over 12 years and have enjoyed taking advantage of the extensive peer network, leadership development, and training opportunities. I have made so many connections that count! I've had the opportunity to work directly with the Jacksonville Roundtable members and leadership to organize meetings, speaker engagements, and community service initiatives.”
Aisha Eccleston
Director, National Container Accounts

“The Bowersox Symposium was such a rewarding experience! The conversations and networking I engaged in at the Symposium have shaped my personal approach to 'all things academic' to this day! The way I go about doing research, teaching, service activities and industry partnering are all inspired by insights that I gained during my Symposium experience. It's truly a few days of activities that are career-impacting.”
Dr. Terry Esper
Associate Professor of Logistics
The Ohio State University