For the last two years, CSCMP's NY/NJ Roundtable has run an essay contest to support scholarship and education in supply chain students at area colleges and universities. The grand prize? The winning student is invited to attend CSCMP's national marquee event, EDGE, for free, and is granted special access to local and national board members.
While EDGE is still scheduled to take place in Orlando, FL from September 20 - 23, the scholarship program and s...
On June 18th at 12pm EDT, please join our very own Sandy Vosk of Advantage Technology Solutions as he hosts a free live webinar on how to improve efficiency and profitability in e-commerce operations.
E-Commerce was Exploding Before. Now It's a Supernova!
"As more people stay home, online ordering and demand for home delivery are increasing, creating order backlogs and putting pressure on delivery methods - in many cases among companies that were just b...
On June 15th at 1pm EDT, please join our very own Anne Strauss-Wieder and New Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, Inc. for a free virtual edition of their bi-monthly Freight Initiatives Committee Meeting.
This month's call will be particularly interesting to our local CSCMP NY/NJ Roundtable community. Details for Monday's call are as follows:
Monday, June 15, 2020
1:00 PM - This is a Virtual Online Meeting via GoToMeeting.
The long-standing North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) comes to an end on June 30, 2020, and transitions into the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). This solidifies the United States, Mexico and Canada trade partnership into one of the biggest agreements of its kind in the world. With the July 1, 2020 implementation right around the corner, companies must take immediate action to be ready to move from NAFTA to the USMCA program.
Supply chain has never been a more visible topic than it is these days as we continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Different sectors of business have been classified as "essential", and others as "non essential", and people's ability to work - whether on-site, remotely, or even at all - varies locally, regionally, nationally, and even globally.
This has resulted in times that supply chain professionals have never seen.