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The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) provides you and your organization with the education, research, connections, and professional growth opportunities needed in today’s global marketplace.

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333 East Butterfield Road, Suite 140
Lombard, Illinois, 60148
United States

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2023 State of Logistics Report: Great logistics reset
The latest report says that the era of building supply chains solely around cost-reduction considerations is over. Rather, a new value has taken hold—resilience.

State of Logistics report examines four issues challenging the logistics market
Supply chains continue to become more responsive, and providers are developing more solutions than ever.

Shippers back in control as logistics market swings back, new State of Logistics report says
Total U.S. logistics costs soared to $2.3 trillion last year, growing 19.6% from 2022 and now representing 9.1% of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), according to the newest State of Logistics report.

Putting Supply Chain Certification to Work
Supply chain certification providers are pushed to come up with new ways to serve up education on a broad level, but also for very specific, relevant topics.

CSCMP EDGE panel looks at the current state and potential for the final mile sector
The role of the final mile market and where it fits in to the overall logistics landscape were key themes at the “Final Mile Issues and Opportunities” session at the CSCMP (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals) EDGE conference last month in Nashville.

Q&A: Mark Baxa, President and CEO, Council of Supply Chain and Management Professionals
Logistics Management Group News Editor Jeff Berman recently spoke with Mark Baxa, President & CEO of the Lombard, Ill.-based Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). In this wide-ranging conversation, Baxa addressed various topics, including: the 2022 CSCMP EDGE conference last month, the current state of the supply chain, and career development, among others.

CSCMP session examines factors driving truckload rates
Getting past headline themes of how truckload rates work and function, for non-transportation and logistics executives in shippers’ companies is key in order for them to better understand how rates are viewed and explained.

Annual 3PL study released at CSCMP Edge highlights a need to get ‘back to basics’
As the supply chain continues to deal with a whole host of obstacles, including various disruptions, labor challenges, and strategic misalignments, there is a need for things to get back to basics for both 3PLs and shippers.

State of Logistics 2022: Out of sync
Last year was a deeply unsettled and trying time for logistics managers, as demand for freight services in all modes surged and supply chains struggled to keep inventory on hand. To return to a more balanced, long-term growth trajectory, shippers will need to invest in the ideas and capabilities that will make the industry more resilient.

U.S. logistics business costs rise by 22.4% to $1.85 trillion in 2021, new report says
American supply chains are out of sync while adjusting to short-term changes in demands. But logisticians continue to seek long-term solutions to supply chain issues, an authoritative new report predicts. But the biggest headline from the 2022 State of Logistics (SoL) report unveiled today at the National Press Club in Washington shows that U.S. business logistics costs rose by a whopping 22.4% to $1.85 trillion last year. That represents 8% of 2021’s $23 trillion Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

U.S. business logistics costs fall 4% in pandemic year of ‘chaos,’ new study finds
U.S. business costs, buffeted by a COVID-decimated year of “chaos” worldwide in 2020, fell 4% to $1.56 trillion. That amounted to 7.4% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), nearly an all-time low, according to a new authoritative report on the logistics sector.

60 Seconds with Rick Blasgen, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
We sat down with Rick Blasgen, CEO of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, to discuss his career and more.

Talking Supply Chain Podcast: CSCMP’s View of The Future of Supply Chain Management
On this episode, Rick Blasgen, CEO of CSCMP, discuss the supply chain where supply chain management has been, and where it’s going as a discipline. SCMR’s Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock hosts.

CSCMP’s View of The Future of Supply Chain Management
Listen in as Rick Blasgen, CEO of the Council Of Supply Chain Management Professionals, discuss the supply chain where supply chain management has been, and where it’s going as a discipline.

Top CSCMP exec announces retirement
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) recently announced that President & CEO Rick Blasgen is retiring from CSCMP as of March of 2021. “For the past 15 years, Rick has dedicated his life to the membership of CSCMP and its staff. Without question, he is the identity of CSCMP to thousands around the world,” the organization stated.

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