CLM evolution includes changing its name

Aug. 1, 2004
The Council of Logistics Management (CLM) Executive Committee has voted for CLM to become the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP),

The Council of Logistics Management (CLM) Executive Committee has voted for CLM to become the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), effective Jan 1, 2005.

“The decision to become CSCMP was made for one reason: to meet the changing needs of our members and our profession,” says Elijah Ray, 2003-04 president.

With a broader emphasis on the entire supply chain, CSCMP will provide its members with enhanced content that incorporates not only logistics, but also procurement, manufacturing operations, and sales/marketing functions.

The new organization will expose members to more voices and different perspectives to help them increase their value to their companies while enhancing networking opportunities and professional growth.

As of Jan 1, 2005, the association's new web site address will be www.cscmp.org.

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