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CSCMP ROUNDTABLES – Your Local Community with Global Reach

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To lead the supply chain profession by connecting, developing and education the world’s logistics and supply chain management professionals throughout their careers.

Did you know CSCMP has more than 80 roundtables?

Across the US and around the globe – CSCMP has a roundtable in your area, whether you’re at home or on the road. CSCMP roundtables are run by a volunteer network of supply chain professionals just like you. Take advantage of networking opportunities. Go on exclusive facility tours, make connections and chose business in your local market.

Check out a few of our April roundtable events!

South Florida Roundtable Event
Maximizing Opportunities: Shipper & 3PL Onsite Relationships

Join the CSCMP South Florida roundtable for dinner, network with other supply chain professionals, and listen to Matthew Schiffer, IPC/Subway On-Site Key Account Manager for C.H. Robinson, and Cecilia Symanski, Director Domestic Logistics, IPC/ Subway, discuss the 3PL onsite research from Iowa State University and case insights from IPC and C.H. Robinson. Collaboration between shippers and 3PLs can require agreements for highly knowledgeable talent onsite at a company location. This track was recently presented at the National CSCMP annual conference and the presenters are excited to share this information with you. Register today at

Twin Cities Roundtable Event
Annual 1/2 Day Seminar

Join the CSCMP Twin Cities roundtable on April 21, for their annual half day event. Hear Peter Killian from The Cambridge Group as he focuses on sharing the new model of supply chain efficiency through the focus of "The Demand Chain” which focuses on understanding consumer demand and aligning product resources and processes for an effective supply chain.  

Greg Sikes from DAT will be speaking on the topic: "Procuring Truck Capacity at the Right Price While Focusing on Relationships That Support Capacity Fluctuations."

Get involved in an interactive track presented by Jesse Freese with Fissure that focuses on leadership and team building as Jesse reviews, "Five Key Leadership Practices."

C.H. Robinson will reveal strategies in support of supply chain mapping and considerations for mapping the flow of physical goods, and information to help drive efficiencies. Register today at

Get involved with your local roundtable today! For more information about roundtables in your region, visit