CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
May 21, 2019
CSCMP Notebook

CSCMP and NASSTRAC join forces

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Both organizations are now offering joint enterprise membership packages to new corporate members.

Earlier this year, CSCMP formed a strategic alliance with NASSTRAC, the National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council. NASSTRAC was formed in 1952 as a shippers association for transportation and logistics professionals who manage freight across all modes.

As a result of this alliance, the two industry associations have begun collaborating on content and research, education, advocacy, and networking events and conferences. For example, CSCMP and NASSTRAC combined their efforts for the recent CSCMP EDGE 2018 Annual Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, and CSCMP's Transportation Summit. These efforts will continue with CSCMPEDGE 2019 in Anaheim, California.

Now in the alliance's latest move, NASSTRAC and CSCMP have announced joint enterprise membership packages that allow new corporate members to sign up their entire supply chain team to access all the benefits of both organizations for US$9,000. Under this membership offer, every individual in the company will become members of both CSCMP and NASSTRAC and receive all the member benefits of both organizations. To pursue this opportunity, contact CSCMP Member Specialist Theresa Cetnarowski at (630) 645-3479 or email tcetnarowski@cscmp.org.

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