Join us on Thursday, October 22nd to hear from Elena Asher, Assistant Director-Export Logistics. Elena will be covering topics such as industry insights driving the 2020 US dairy export surge, equipment imbalance challenges, the necessity of key supply chain partners, and more. It will be an informative and interesting hour — and may even include a cheesy cow joke or two.
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) has officially been ratified by all three North American parties and it is now time for you to begin preparing for implementation! Attend a webinar with Olga Torres, managing member of Torres Law, where she will cover everything you need to know about the coming changes. Topics will include country of origin rules, changes to key industries, customs processing in the new agreement, and significant changes to prepare for as well as recommendations and resources.
Join John Janson, Director of Logistics at SanMar, and Dave Munson, Founder and CEO of Saddleback Leather, to learn how both companies responded to the COVID-19 crisis by converting their manufacturing facilities to produce protective masks and medical gowns. SanMar is a Seattle-based apparel and accessories supplier, and Fort Worth-based Saddleback Leather, has produced leather goods like bags, wallets, and accessories for 17 years.
Food for the Soul is a nonprofit faith-based charitable organization committed to feeding the hungry children/students in our community. CSCMP DFW has again partnered with this amazing organization for our annual family volunteer event. Instead of kitting food, today we will get to help wrap 10,000 presents for local children. The great team at FFTS has done the hard work of getting this massive number of presents donated, now they just need a small army of elves to help wrap!
CSCMP DFW is partnering with other supply chain organizations in DFW to cover the 10am to noon shift at their Denton warehouse. This is our annual family volunteer event to not only give back to the community in a fun way, but to get the family involved as well. This is a Bring Your Own Wrapping Supplies event, so bring your paper, ribbon, scissors, tape, etc.
This MEMBER ONLY tour will take place at UPS's Haslet facility. It is one of the newest, most state of the art sorting facilities in the metroplex. The Haslet facility is a roughly 500,000 square foot building with advanced package scanning and sortation equipment which allows for dynamic changes to route volume through the UPS network. Buildings like the one in Haslet are part of the strategic investments UPS is making to dramatically improve the efficiency and connectedness of its transportation network. Tour will begin at 5PM.
The 2019 DFW CSCMP Annual Golf Tournament will be held on October 10, 2019 at 12:30 pm. We will play at Riverview Ranch Golf Club in Plano. Registration will start at 11:00 am and the shot-gun start will be at 12:30 pm. Golf will be followed by a Awards Reception and Dinner
We will have several competition holes this year to include:
There are also great sponsorship opportunities.
Join us on September 26th for a tour of the Crown Equipment Facility, details to be announced.
A privately held, family-owned U.S. company, Crown Equipment Corporation is one of the largest manufacturers of powered industrial forklift trucks in the world. Crown has appeared at least ten times on Forbes’ list of the largest private companies in the United States.
The company traces its evolution to the 1920s, when it manufactured and sold temperature controls as the Pioneer Heat Regulator Company. In 1945, the company changed focus and became Crown Controls Corp. In 1949, as a market for television emerged, Crown began producing television antenna rotators. Crown entered the material handling industry around 1956. Crown developed several specialty lift trucks, including stockpickers and order pickers for the U.S. government, and a hamper-dumper truck for the U.S. Postal Service.
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.
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.
Join DFW, Chicago, and SoCAL CSCMP Roundtables to celebrate the Holidays! To kick off the event, we’ll hear an encore presentation from Tim Angelillo, Founder and CEO of Sourced Craft Cocktails. Tim will detail the inspiration behind the need for mixology events and his pivotal decision to add virtual events to the portfolio. We are inviting Sourced Craft Cocktails (SCC) to partner with our roundtables to deliver individual drink kits to all 21+ members who register for the drink delivery option! The drink delivery will contain a kit assembled in a commercial kitchen that will make four servings of your chosen beverage. Drinks will be delivered in the afternoon of the event. If interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, select the drink delivery registration option. Drinking is optional and members must be 21 or older to buy drinks from Sourced Craft Cocktails. We will once again be using the Remo Conferencing service that provides a natural networking environment with virtual tables and freedom to move around these tables using audio, video, and chat features. Make sure to bring your festive spirit and bring your ugliest sweater to wear! We will have a contest for the ugliest sweaters with prizes for the winners!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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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.
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.
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.
FBI Special Agent Kim Mangus will give a presentation regarding foreign and domestic actors who target US companies to improve their economic situation. Learn about vulnerabilities and indicators to watch for while also providing steps organizations may take to identify and deter potential threats. The FBI offers these presentations for informational purposes only. Each company must assess applicability in terms of its own policies, processes, and legal guidelines.