About Us

The Savannah Chapter of ASCM offers monthly professional development meetings, educational workshops and seminars, certification programs, a job bank, and newsletters.  Individuals participating in chapter activities find ample opportunities to enhance their skills and network with others involved with production and inventory control, materials and resource management.

Our members come primarily from manufacturing, distribution, and service companies located in the Greater Savannah, Georgia area.  You do not have to be a member to participate in chapter activities, although membership brings additional benefits. 

To learn more about the Savannah Chapter and the advantages of an ASCM membership, please visit our Membership Page.

 

You may view the Bylaws for the ASCM Savannah Chapter here.

 

For general information about ASCM, please visit the ASCM corporate website at www.ASCM.org.

About ASCM

The Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) is the global leader in supply chain organizational transformation, innovation and leadership. As the largest non-profit association for supply chain, ASCM is an unbiased partner, connecting companies and individuals around the world to the newest thought leadership on all aspects of supply chain.

 

ASCM was built on the 60-year history of APICS best-in-class supply chain certification and training. As part of ASCM, chapters and partners continue to provide professional development through certification, training and networking.

 

Through Chapters and Forums, ASCM members can connect to the greater supply chain community. Engagement opportunities, such as just-in-time microlearning, networking and mentoring help support supply chain professionals throughout their careers.

 

In addition to helping supply chain professionals excel in their careers, now ASCM is driving industry innovation with new products, services and partnerships that help companies optimize their supply chains, secure their competitive advantage and positively impact their bottom lines. For more information, visit ascm.org.