Established in 1967, Southwest Airlines Co. is the world’s largest low-cost carrier, headquartered in our hometown Dallas, Texas. The airline has about 58,000 employees and operates about 4,000 departures a day during peak travel season. They fly to 99 destinations in the United States and ten additional countries with service to four destinations in Hawaii starting in March 2019.
The tour will cover two areas: The facility tour allows attendees to tour the aircraft in Heavy MX- a Maintenance Repair and Overhaul visit where virtually all of the aircraft is opened up for inspection and structural - systems repair. The shop tour provides insight into repairs of components- galleys, Engine QEC, composite components, and other components such as cargo and entry / service doors which Southwest repairs in its in-house repair shops.
Tour begins at 2:30pm at 2832 Shorecrest Drive, Dallas, Texas 75235
Tour capacity limited to 20 attendees.
For tour attendees and those unable to attend the tour, there will be a free networking happy hour event following the tour, beginning at
4:30pm at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill at 10261 Technology Blvd E, Dallas, TX 75220
Food for the Soul is a nonprofit faith-based charitable organization committed to feeding the hungry children/students in our communities through our Backpack Program and feeding hungry athletes before their games. CSCMP DFW has partnered with this fabulous organization in the past to bring supply chain professionals together to volunteer time and effort to kit food items together for their Backpack Program. This year we have invited UNT's Logistics Student Association to join us, giving students an opportunity to work and network with logistics industry professionals and to create a recruiting opportunity for managers seeking students. After the work is done, the volunteer group and any who are able to join, will retreat to Denton County Brewing Company in downtown Denton for happy hour networking. We understand getting to Denton at 5pm is not easy or predictable - the event does not have a hard start time- so just arrive as soon as you can. If you can only make it for happy hour at 6:45pm, that's okay as well. It's a clean facility and we won't be getting dirty- but wearing comfortable, cool clothing is a good idea.
Volunteer Time: 5:00-6:30pm
Food for the Soul Facility Address:
2321 N Masch Branch Rd. Unit 344
Denton, TX 76207
Happy Hour: 6:45pm @ Denton County Brewing Company
This is a free event - but please click HERE to register so that we can plan for attendance.
CSCMP’s first conference organized by the DFW Roundtable for the North Texas supply chain community. Join us for a half day event starting with a networking breakfast with a keynote panel on the state of logistics. Connect with supply chain professionals and get up to date on trending topics: blockchain in logistics, North American and international trade and tariffs, and other hot supply chain concepts from subject matter experts.
Keep in mind that proceeds from all events and tours hosted by the DFW Roundtable of CSCMP go toward scholarships for local supply chain majors and a minimum of 2 students sponsored to attend the annual EDGE Conference. In the 2017-2018 season, the DFW Roundtable raised nearly $10,000 that was awarded to students here in DFW. Attending the conference is not only beneficial personally and professionally for those two participate, it is a contribution to the future leaders of the industry.
American Airlines provides 100 million pounds of weekly cargo lift to more than 330 cities in 60 countries around the world. 4,800 employees manage 6,700 daily flights to move cargo for some of the largest shippers in the world, such as the United States Postal Service.
Join CSCMP DFW for a tour of the AA Cargo facility at DFW Airport. CSCMP Members will be given priority registration for the 20 spots on the tour until February 8th. Starting on the 9th registration will be open to the entire supply chain community, until the end of day on February 12th.
February 21st at 1pm
1816 North Service Road
DFW Airport, TX
All attendees will have to submit an application to obtain CBP clearance.
US/China tariffs are one of the biggest challenges that global supply chains are facing today. CSCMP and ISM, two leading industry groups in the DFW area, are joining forces to improve understanding of this hot topic among supply chain professionals in DFW. As representatives of the supply chain management and procurement professions, the two organizations are uniquely placed to drive the conversation about today’s compliance environment. Join us for a combined dinner event that will include a panel of experts who will discuss their varying perspectives on the topic before turning over control of the meeting to the audience in a round table discussion. A round table discussion affords each person equal right to participate in the conversation by posing questions, voicing challenges and concerns, and contributing answers and ideas to others. The goal of the discussion is to encourage best practices, input, and insights shared by and gathered from the collective experience of all in attendance.
5:30 Check-in and networking
6:15 Dinner served, panelist presentations
7:00 Roundtable discussion
8:00 Meeting end
Manufacturing: Greg Chalkley, Executive Director, Global Trade Services at Maxim Integrated
3PL: Mollie Bailey, Director, International Ocean & Air at Transplace
Legal: Derrick Kyle, Associate at Torres Law
Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) is the first and largest not-for-profit professional supply management organization worldwide. Founded in 1915, ISM has over 50,000 members located in 100 countries. Mission: We advance the practice of supply management to drive value and competitive advantage, and contribute to a prosperous, sustainable world.
CSCMP and ISM Dallas and Fort Worth have reserved a private room at the Taco Diner in Las Colinas. A set menu will be offered and is included in the registration. Full bar is available with individual tabs.
Register by end of 1/20 for early registration pricing. Registration ends at end of day on 1/23. Attendance limited to 75.
Aviall, a subsidiary of The Boeing Company, is a leading solutions provider of aftermarket supply-chain management services for the aerospace and defense industries. Aviall is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with locations around the globe. Aviall markets and distributes products for more than 250 manufacturers and offers approximately 2,000,000 catalog items from 40 customer service centers located in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Aviall provides maintenance for aviation batteries, wheels and brakes, as well as hose assembly, kitting and paint-mixing services. The company also offers a complete set of supply chain and logistics services, including order processing, stocking and fulfillment, automated inventory management, and reverse logistics to OEMs and customers. Aviall is committed to supplying the right part at the right time. Proudly Keeping the World in Flight.
Aviall, A Boeing Company
2750 Regent Blvd.
DFW Airport, TX 75261
**REGISTRATION ENDS AT MIDNIGHT ON Monday, DECEMBER 3RD.**
Space is limited to 30 registrants, arrive at 1:15pm to check in. First group will start at 1:30pm and second will start at 1:45pm.
We had the pleasure of visiting the new Toyota facility shortly after it opened, for a presentation in a grand meeting space. At the request of CSCMP members, we are going back again this year for a full campus tour. CSCMP will provide name and company information of registrants to Toyota prior to tour.
Check-in starts at 5pm, tour duration 1.25 hours.
Address: 6565 Headquarters Drive. Plano TX, 75024
Park near and enter at main entrance
Presenter: Martin Mirsky, President of Supply Chain Systems, Inc
The presentation will focus on creating supply chain models using Excel and VBA. Martin has been giving presentations and workshops on advanced planning and scheduling systems for the past 20 years and has recently taken up a campaign to make this type of modeling available to small and mid-sized companies. The easiest way to distribute this capability to the masses is by extending the power of excel by automating models with VBA.
Martin has tailored a presentation for our chapter and comes highly recommended from a fellow roundtable where he has also presented this lesson.
Alamo Drafthouse - 320 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, TX 75039
We have secured a perfect venue to provide a BIG screen that you can see, and table space to have your laptop, notepad, food, and drinks... the Alamo Drafthouse in Las Colinas. Dinner (included in your registration) is a pizza and salad buffet including non-alcoholic beverages. You may procure drinks from the bar on your own tab.
Join us at the annual WERC conference! The CSCMP DFW Roundtable will have a table at this traditional North Texas Logistics conference. This is a great way to attend a trade show and some educational sessions without leaving DFW!
Please Register Prior to the Event using the following link:
To ‘kick off’ the 2018-2019 event season, bring your spouses, kids and friends and join the CSCMP DFW family as we tour the new Dallas Cowboys headquarters and training facility and meet up afterwards at one of the fine establishments steps away from the facility. The tour includes a guided walk through the Ford Center indoor athletic facility, the War Room where the draft is conducted, the Nike Star Walk, a display of Super Bowl Memorabilia, and more. Meet at the Ford Center Ticket Office for tour start at 4:30pm. Note: The facility does not permit any bag larger than a small purse unless it is clear.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
*Post-event happy hour to follow
One Cowboys Way
Frisco, TX 75034
The DFW Roundtable event cycle officially runs from September to May, with events typically taking place on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Events alternate between educational presentations and facility tours. Members receive a 25% discount on event registration and there is also a speedpass available to pre-register for the whole event cycle and get one event free.
Join the CSCMP Dallas Fort Worth Roundtable for an evening of baseball at the Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. Seating will be held in the Lexus Club Terrace for the 1st of a 4 game series versus the Houston Astros. There are 30 seats available, so register today!
This event is not included in the speedpass program. Tickets purchased by May 31 can be picked up at the box office on game day.
Globe Life Park In Arlington
DFW CSCMP Roundtable is excited to announce our inaugural charity golf event to be held on May 7th, 2018 at 1:00 pm at the Ridgeview Ranch golf course in Plano, Texas. All proceeds go towards scholarships for local college students in a supply chain related curriculum.
Please join us for an afternoon of golf, networking and BBQ. After registration you will receive an e-mail requesting the other three names for your foursome.
A tour of BNSF Railway’s Corporate Headquarters offers a world-class art collection, artifacts from the rich history of the railroad, and a fascinating look at the newly renovated and high-tech Network Operations Center.
Attendees will need to bring a valid U.S. driver’s license to get checked in. If you don’t have a U.S. driver’s license, inform event contact by the 18th. Attendees should park at the visitors center between or near the two rail cars.
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
BNSF Railway Corporate
2650 Lou Menk Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76131
No CSCMP Tour is complete without a post event happy hour. Keep your calendar open for happy hour following the tour, at Flips Patio Grill just a mile from the tour venue.
6613 Fossil Bluff Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76137
Come hear how new crowdsourcing and the sharing economy business models are making their way into your docks, warehouses, and strategy meetings. Apps like FLEXE and Uber Freight have been in the market long enough to gain household name status, let's take a moment to examine their current impact and what's coming next. Karl Hemmelgarn, FLEXE Business Development Director, will represent the quickly expanding tech side of the market while Electrolux transportation team representatives, Shelby Carter and Brett Parker, will share the customer viewpoint and their experience shopping for crowdsourced transportation solutions. Both sides will share their experiences and stories and answer your questions in a private room at TopGolf in The Colony.
Keep your schedule open and bring your A-game to the post-event golf and networking event sponsored by FLEXE.
*Note: Registrations are capped at 40 due to space limitations*
Accurate supply chain planning is more difficult to achieve than ever before. The pace of change in products, seasons, and consumer taste is unprecedented. The omnichannel age has brought a new level of complexity to patterns of demand. Manufacturers, retailers, and distributors are finding it increasingly difficult to draw on data from multiple sources and turn it into accurate forecasts.
So how do we derive order from this chaos of information?
How do we align all parts of the supply chain to create customer-focused organizations that can quickly adapt to shifting demand?
In this session, we’ll discuss:
8004 North Dallas Parkway
Frisco, TX 75034
Event officially begins at 5:30 but feel free to arrive ahead of time to browse the museum. Event end at 7:30pm.
The National Videogame Museum (NVM) is the only museum in America dedicated to the history of the videogame industry. The museum provides a physical location that interactively displays the history and impact on popular culture that videogames have had on the public. The museum features more than 100,000 videogame consoles, games, artifacts and more than 25 years of historical documents and data archives. The museum spans 10,000-square-feet, includes a gift shop and features more than 20 displays and has a normal entry price of $12 (included in your registration for the CSCMP event).
What You Get With Your Event Registration:
An author and thought leader on supply chain management, Rich’s book Supply Chain Transformation: Practical Roadmap for Best Practice Results (Wiley, 2012) is praised as a great read transformation. Rich launched the SC advisory services for AMR Research leading in the development of the SCOR® model, founding the Supply Chain Council, and serving on its Board and as Director of North America. Rich has held senior management positions with market leading technology and consulting corporations. Rich received his BA and MA from the University of Notre Dame.