Mission Statement

Philadelphia Roundtable Mission Statement “The Philadelphia Roundtable through quality seminars, programs, & presentations will expand and promote the knowledge of logistics and provide a logistics resource throughout the greater Philadelphia area.”

CSCMP Executive Office Mission Statement The Mission of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is to serve the evolving supply chain and logistics profession by developing, advancing and disseminating logistics and supply chain management knowledge.

CSCMP Vision The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is the preeminent worldwide professional association of logistics and supply chain management personnel.

CSCMP exists to:

  • Provide opportunities for logistics professionals to communicate in order to develop and improve their logistics management skills.
  • Identify and conduct research which adds to the knowledge base of logistics theory and practice.
  • Create awareness of the significance of logistics to business and to the economy.

CSCMP is not:

  • A trade association, social organization, or high-density market, so we do not condone suppliers who use the organization to promote their services.
  • Aligned with shippers, carriers, warehouse operators, material handling equipment manufacturers, consultants, or any other similar industrial grouping.
  • An organization that engages in matters where various members have contrary interests.
  • An organization that endorses, sanctions, or discourages logistics-related legislation, products, or services.

The Organization The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is a not-for-profit organizaton of business personnel who are interested in improving their logistics and supply chain management skills. The Council works in cooperation with private industry and various organizations to further the understanding and development of the logistics concept. This is accomplished through a continuing program of formal and informal activities, research and discussions designed to develop the theory and understanding of the logistics process; promote the art and science of managing logistics systems; foster professional dialogue and development within the profession. The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals is particularly concerned with three important areas:

  • Developing and improving logistics and supply chain management skills by creating opportunities for communication and dialogue among those in the profession
  • Adding to the knowledge base of supply chain and logistics theory and practice by arranging for and conducting research
  • Serving as a resource to create awareness of the significance of supply chain and logistics to business activities and its critical role in the global economy

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