Every year at its annual conference, CSCMP honors individuals and organizations that are helping to push the supply chain discipline to new heights. The following are some of the recognitions given out this year.
2022 Distinguished Service Award was presented to Masao Nishi, principal at consultancy M. Nishi Strategic Advisory.
Nishi and Beth Ford, chief executive officer and former executive vice president, chief supply chain and operations officer, of Land O’ Lakes, were inducted into CSCMP’s Supply Chain Hall of Fame.
Andrii Aleksyeyev, supply chain director of Milkalliance, received the 2022 Emerging Leader Award for outstanding supply chain professionals age 32 and under. He helped establish the industry association's roundtable in Ukraine.
Mexpress, which provides transportation services between the United States and Mexico that bypass border clearance at the Mexican border, was presented with the 2022 Gail Rutkowski Transportation Excellence Award.
Lina Wang of Pennsylvania State University, won the Doctoral Dissertation Award for her paper “Platform Design and Operations in the Last-Mile of the Supply Chain.”
Bernard J. La Londe Best Paper Award was given to Stefan Kurpjuweit, Christoph G. Schmidt, Maximilian Klöckner, and Stephan M. Wagner, all from ETH Zurich, for their paper “Blockchain in Additive Manufacturing and its Impact on Supply Chains.”
(pictured above) John Bell of University of Tennessee, David Dobrzykowski of University of Arkansas, Trang (Jenny) Hoang of University of Nebraska–Omaha, Nicolo Masorgo of University of Arkansas, and Morgan Swink of Texas Christian University received the E. Grosvenor Plowman Award for their research paper, “Time is Ticking: The Role of DC Operations and Transportation in Avoiding Late Orders in Online Retailing.”