A CSCMP membership delivers all the connections you need to succeed.
Have questions about membership? Reach out to our membership chair for more information.
Ike Sherlock, Vice President of Membership
904-446-4842 | Isherlock@grimescompanies.com
…the leading global association for supply chain management professionals. We have been helping our members, their careers, and their companies since 1963. Nine thousand members worldwide receive unparalleled networking opportunities, cutting-edge research, and online and on-site professional educational opportunities.
CSCMP Members Are…
…from all disciplines within the supply chain management profession. Nearly 70% are key decision makers at the executive level. CSCMP members represent a wide range of supply chain management industries, including: consulting, demand planning, finance, logistics and transportation, manufacturing operations, purchasing and procurement, real estate, sales and marketing, technology, third party logistics services, and warehousing.
A CSCMP membership will position you for success…today and in the future.
Designed for supply chain professionals passionate about their careers and the supply chain profession. Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals members receive practical, “how to” solutions on the industry’s current hot topics from receiving member exclusives such as publications, professional education, online benefits, networking opportunities, and cutting-edge research.
|Member Benefits||Student||Young Professional||Individual|
|Annual “State of Logistics Report”This report is delivered each June in Washington DC, and is widely recognized by supply chain and logistics professionals and organizations as the premier benchmark for US logistics activity.|
|Case StudiesYour source for research or teaching, these real-world case studies provide quality operational, tactical, and strategic decisions and solutions to global supply chain management challenges. Four new case studies added in 2010|
|Explores…Published by CSCMP’s Research Strategies Committee, content is used by practitioners to understand and best employ new strategies and practices. Each issue is written by a leading expert and examines a current supply chain topic in-depth.||Online only|
|Global PerspectivesMany companies use data from this publication when entering new markets and formulating global supply chain strategies. Recent issues have focused on Hungary, Singapore, and Germany. Supply chain management leaders use these publications to gain an understanding of a country or region prior to conducting business in it.||Online only|
|Journal of Business LogisticsBeing reintroduced in 2011 as an online publication repository. The submission process will be more seamless and quicker to market. Rated as the profession’s most useful publication by academics, the JBL is filled with the latest supply chain management solutions from the profession’s foremost thought leaders.||Online only||additional cost for hard copy||additional cost for hard copy|
|Printed Member Directory BookThis print on-demand membership directory is a listing of all current members sorted by name and geographic location. This option is only available to regular and associate members for an additional fee.||Not Available||additional cost||additional cost|
|Search Online Member DirectoryA great networking and business-building tool! Use the searchable database to network and connect with other members…and be visible to the entire profession.|
|Supply Chain QuarterlyThis award-winning magazine is a leading source for 15,000 professionals seeking industry information and insight. Content addresses topics ranging from network planning, measuring true supplier costs, benchmarking, warehousing to offshore sourcing management.||Online only|
|Third Party Logistics (3PL) StudyWith a global revenue of approximately $370 billion, it’s safe to say the 3PL industry is here to stay. Learn the key industry trends, how customers select 3PLs, critical issues, and a strategic assessment for the future of the global 3PL industry with this easy-to-follow study.|
|Women in LogisticsThe annual survey of Career Patterns for Women in Logistics, prepared for CSCMP by researchers at The Ohio State University. Results of this survey should not be generalized to other groups.|