• Thu
    24
    Jan
    2019
    5:30 pmNew Realm Brewing, 550 Somerset Terrace NE #101, Atlanta, GA 30306

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    Join us for our first event of 2019, at New Realm Brewing! This will be a great event to network, enjoy some of New Realm's beers (Hoptropolis, Hoplandia, Euphonia, and more!), tour the brewing operations, and hear more about the journey to create this new and exciting concept from New Realm CEO, Carey Falcone.

  • Fri
    15
    Feb
    2019
    8:00 amMercedes-Benz Stadium, 1 AMB Drive Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30313

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    Please join us in discussions on “How to Get and Retain Talent” in a tough employee market.  The breakfast event will be held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where we will discuss today in detail marketplace demographics, wage analysis, grass-root recruiting efforts, how quality hires affect safety/total cost of ownership and other key drivers in an employee driven market.

  • Tue
    12
    Mar
    2019
    3344 Peachtree Rd NE Suite 2600, Atlanta, GA 30326

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    Join CSCMP for the Atlanta Supply Chain Awards, to be held March 12, 2019 at the Buckhead Club. Nominations are now open on www.atlantasupplychainawards.com and can be submitted until Jan. 25. The awards spotlight dedicated professionals and outstanding organizations who are leading the way in the Metro Atlanta Supply Chain community, with a portion of proceeds benefitting local scholarship programs. All companies with a presence in the 29 county Metro Atlanta area are eligible.

    The 2019 Awards are presented by CSCMP Atlanta Roundtable, APICS Atlanta, and the Metro Atlanta Chamber. Categories include:

    • The Sustainability Excellence Award
    • Transportation Provider of the Year
    • Freight Forwarder of the Year
    • Sourcing Excellence Award
    • Manufacturing Excellence Award
    • Warehousing & Fulfillment Excellence Award
    • Supply Chain Innovation of the Year
    • Excellence in Supply Chain Aviation Award
    • Supply Chain Pioneer Award
    • Bright Future Award

    A well-qualified judges’ panel will consider all applications and will determine each of the award winners based on information provided and key criteria identified. Individuals and companies may be nominated for more than one award. Nominate now.

  • Fri
    15
    Mar
    2019
    11:30am - 2:00pmMaggiano's Cumberland, 1601 Cumberland Mall, Atlanta, GA 30339

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    The Atlanta Roundtable of the CSCMP is lucky to have Major General Thomas Kane (Ret.) give a discussion on his lengthy experience in Supply Chain with the US Air Force. General Kane brings his 30+ years of experience in leadership to our Roundtable to deliver the compelling story of his career, some of his most difficult logistical missions around the world, and what lessons in a lifetime of service he’s learned that apply to all of us. Veterans and Active Military are offered a free registration for this event.

    Schedule:
    11:30-12:00 – Reception and Networking
    12:00 – 1:30 – Lecture and Roundtable Discussion
    1:30 – 2:00 – Networking and Close

    About our speaker:


    General Kane entered the Air Force in June 1974 as a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He initially served as a T-37 instructor pilot and academic instructor. He has held numerous key operational leadership positions. His commands include two airlift wings, a group and two squadrons. The general also served as the Air Mobility Command Inspector General and as the Deputy Director, Reaction Force Air Staff, Allied Command Europe (NATO) in Kalkar, Germany. General Kane’s final assignment was Director of Strategic Plans, Requirements and Programs, Headquarters Air Mobility Command, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. He has also served as Deputy Chief of Staff, United Nations Command and U.S. Forces Korea, Yongsan Army Garrison, South Korea, and as the U.S. member of the UNC Military Armistice Commission. He interacted with UNC and Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission liaison groups from 19 nations, and he supervised UNC (Rear) headquarters at Camp Zama, Japan.

    MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:
    Distinguished Service Medal
    Defense Superior Service Medal with oak leaf cluster
    Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster
    Defense Meritorious Service Medal
    Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters
    Aerial Achievement Medal
    Air Force Commendation Medal
    Air Force Achievement Medal
    Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with four oak leaf clusters
    Combat Readiness Medal with oak leaf cluster
    National Defense Service Medal with two bronze stars
    Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal with bronze star
    Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
    Korea Defense Service Medal
    Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation

     

     

  • Thu
    28
    Mar
    2019
    6:00pm - 10:00pmSkyline Park – Ponce City Market, 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308

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    Join us for our CSCMP Young Professionals Event on March 28th at Skyline Park! This event is to network Atlanta Metro Young Professionals and like-minded CSCMP members with pillars of our Supply Chain community to discuss their backgrounds and how they obtained the positions they have today.

    Speakers: Joe Carlier, Senior Vice President of Sales and Wylly Harrison, Director of Logistics, Energy, Agribusiness and Food Processing at Georgia Department of Economic Development.

    Price includes 3 drink tickets and heavy hord d’oeuvres

  • Mon
    15
    Apr
    2019
    8:00am - 3:30pmCountry Club Of The South, 4100 Old Alabama Road, Johns Creek, GA 30022

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    Atlanta Roundtable CSCMP is hosting our 9th annual Golf Tournament on Monday, April 15th, 2019 and we would like you to join us for fun, networking and a round of golf this spring. You don’t have to be a skilled golfer to enjoy the fun and networking at this beautiful 18 hole course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Whether you like a sporting challenge or just like to be with other supply chain colleagues, April 15th is a day you should plan to be away from the office – mark your calendars now!

  • Wed
    11
    Sep
    2019
    7:30 amMetro Atlanta Chamber 191 Peachtree St NE Atlanta

    Please join CSCMP Atlanta Roundtable for breakfast and a panel discussion with Ben Harris - Director of Supply Chain Ecosystem Expansion for Metro Atlanta Chamber; Annie Baxter - Vice President, Advisory & Transaction Services for CBRE and Matt Markham, Director Center of Innovation for Logistics for Georgia Department of Economic Development.  Panel will discuss how Metro Atlanta came to be and will be known for generations to come as “The Supply Chain City”.  Topics include what attracts talent to Atlanta, our thriving ecosystem and functionality as one of the nation’s largest logistics hub.

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  • Thu
    26
    Sep
    2019
    6:30pm - 8:30pmMonday Night Garage 933 Lee Street SW

    Come join the CSCMP Atlanta Young Professionals for an event season "Welcome Back" happy hour.  Held at Monday Night Garage in Atlanta, this event will help connect young professionals from across the metro area.  Additionally, it will tee off the Atlanta Roundtable's 2019-2020 theme "Atlanta: The Supply Chain City". Young Professional Chair, Jack Floyd - Analyst at Georgia-Pacific will discuss how his CSCMP involvement in college and as a young professional helped him obtain his job at Georgia-Pacific, and why he continues to find involvement valuable after graduation.

  • Wed
    16
    Oct
    2019
    11:00am- 1:00pmLowe's Distribution Center 255 Prosperity Way NE Adairsville, GA 30103

    From nuts and bolts to fire places and lawnmowers, come see how Lowe's distributes products of all shapes and sizes! Lunch Provided!

  • Wed
    13
    Nov
    2019
    6:00 pmSkyline Park at Ponce City Market

    Please join seasoned and young professionals from Atlanta Metro for a panel discussion with key note speakers as they discuss the succession of their careers within Supply Chain.

    675 Ponce de Leon Ave, NE

    Rooftop- Skyline Park

    Atlanta, GA 30308

    Members: $15.00

    Non Members: $45.00

     

  • Thu
    14
    Nov
    2019
    10:30 am- 1:30 pm6479 Chupp Road, Lithonia GA 30058

    You are often told to think outside the box or even in the box.  Now is the time to think about the BOX!  Packaging Corporation of America is opening the doors of its Lithonia, GA Specialty Plant operation to tell and show us more than just how a box is made on Thursday, November 14th.

    PCA is currently the third largest manufacturer of containerboard in the US with 6 Paper Mills and over 90 converting facilities, with 3 in metro Atlanta.  This facility is ISO 9001:2015 and FSSC 22000 certified, GFSI Compliant as well as SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) Certified.  They can provide virtually any product size and style in variations from the traditional brown corrugated box, as well as high-graphics packaging, and creative high graphic displays.

    This operation produces packaging for a wide range of industries from auto parts to refrigerators, and candy to the Kitchen sink, always with an eye to a sustainable solution.

    As part of the presentation you will receive an overview of PCA, Containerboard Market Overview/Industry trends, recycled vs. virgin linerboard impacts on the supply chain, shelf impact of graphics, and Right boxing for the Right purpose.

    On the tour you will see and hear about their product sample lab, process checks & quality systems, and the box production area including printers, die cutters, flexo-folder/gluers and specialty gluing equipment.

    Thursday, November 14, 2019

    10:30- 1:10

    6479 Chupp Road

    Lithonia, GA 30058

    $60.00 – Non-Member

    $15.00 – Member

    $15.00 – Young Professional Member

    $15.00 – Student Member

    ADDITIONAL DETAILS:

    *You will need to complete a Non-disclosure and as this is a food safe operation you will be required to support PCA’s GMP compliances. The documents will be emailed to you prior to the event for review.

    *The registration list will be reviewed by PCA and if they feel you are in a competitive situation you may be asked not to attend, and you will have your registration fees refunded.