Young professionals see working within the supply chain as an exciting career option and said there are good opportunities for advancement or promotions. The majority of respondents taking part in the 2019 Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals/Penske Logistics Young Professionals Survey, which surveyed more than 100 supply chain professionals under age 30, said they enjoy working in the supply chain and that it makes them content.
CSCMP EDGE 2019: Complex Supply Chains, Cost Concerns Create Demand and Opportunities for 3PL Providers
Shippers and third-party logistics providers are continuing to collaborate as they find solutions to meet their supply chain goals, improve efficiency, and manage their overall transportation spend. Increased availability of data and the utilization of technology are driving improvement across the supply chain, particularly as shippers navigate growing consumer and customer demands, complex shipping operations.
Customers’ demand for convenience, complex shipping operations and the need for shippers to manage their transportation spend have increased the number of shippers seeking out third-party logistics providers’ expertise, and the 3PL industry is expected to grow.
This year’s Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) State of Logistics Report will make its debut on June 18. It will once again be unveiled during a news event at the famed National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Penske Logistics is the report presenter with A.T. Kearney creating the 30th annual publication.
Penske Logistics will be a participant in the upcoming 2018 Megatrend Series: Transportation Summit taking place on October 17 in Chicago, co-hosted by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and the Haslam School of Business at the University of Tennessee. Tom Scollard, Penske vice president of dedicated contract carriage, will be a speaker on the Carrier Steps to Improve Capacity panel. Click here for more information and to register.
Penske Logistics will host and take part in a local Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Roundtable in Atlanta event. On August 21, Penske Logistics Presents: State of the Industry Workshop, will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Maggiano’s Little Italy Restaurant in the Cumberland Mall.
CSCMP State of Logistics Report: Economic Expansion and Consumer Demand Drive Logistics Growth and Innovation
A strong economy, continued e-commerce growth, tight carrier capacity and increasing demand for value-added warehousing services have positioned the third-party logistics market for rapid growth. In 2017, revenues reached $175 billion, and the U.S. market is expected to grow at about 5.5 percent through 2019 to reach a size of $195 billion.
Today’s young supply chain professionals find their work to be rewarding – even exciting – in a field they say offers a clear path to advancement.
The supply chain is undergoing a rapid pace of change, and third-party logistics providers are responding with increased capabilities to optimize the network and create value for shippers. Logistics providers are evolving from tactical service providers to collaborative partners assuming greater accountability and control, with shippers taking advantage of logistics providers’ expertise.
Yesterday, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals released its 2016 State of Logistics Report presented by Penske Logistics. The study was written by Sean Monahan from A.T. Kearney. Below is a video replay of the press conference presentation and the Q&A session featuring remarks from:
Sean Monahan, lead author from A.T. Kearney, presents the 2016 CSCMP State of Logistics Report at the National Press Club.
This year’s State of Logistics Report will have a new look and feel. The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) publication, presented by Penske Logistics for the eighth straight year, will feature a new author and researcher, A.T. Kearney, and distinguished new panelists. The 27th edition will be made public on June 21 at the famed National Press Club.
Sean Monahan, A.T. Kearney partner and operations practice leader – Americas, will for the first time serve as the report’s lead author and also sit on the panel.
A.T. Kearney, a top global management consulting firm, is the new author and researcher of the 27th annual State of Logistics Report, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) announced. Penske Logistics has been the report presenter since 2009.
The State of Logistics Report will debut at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., on June 21. The report has tracked and measured all costs associated with moving freight through the U.S. supply chain since 1988.
Summer is a wrap, school is in session and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Annual Global Conference (#CSCMP2015) in San Diego is on the horizon. Here are a few supply chain trends that will no doubt be discussed during CSCMP 2015:
Rick Blasgen, president and CEO of CSCMP, at the presentation of this year's State of Logistics Report.
In 2014, the supply chain industry experienced one of its strongest years in recent history. The transportation sector grew by 3.6 percent due to stronger shipment volumes and consumers, which had been the element missing from the country’s financial recovery, began to drive the economy once again as confidence increased.