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    According to the 2019 Supply Chain Salary and Career Report, Supply chain professionals who hold an APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM), Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) or Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) designation reported a median salary that is 25% higher than those without a certification. This report is free to members.

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  • Mismanaged waste causes hundreds of thousands of the world’s poorest people to die each year, according to a recent article in The Guardian. Many of these deaths are easily preventable, particularly those that stem from the dangers of discarded plastic.
  • “In the first three months of 2019, employees got so much more work done that they smashed productivity forecasts,” writes Alexia Fernández Campbell for Vox Media. “That’s great for businesses (they earn more money) and for the economy (GDP grows faster). The problem is that companies aren’t rewarding their employees for the extra hard work.”
  • African Swine Fever (ASF) has been responsible for the deaths of countless domestic pigs.

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  • Good question Fred, I am here. ------------------------------ Steven Gordon CPIM Senior Production Planner Cinch Connectivity Solutions Waseca MN ------------------------------

  • Hello  I have  both books 2017 & 2019 both. i didnot find any change. CLTD Learning system is important for quiz and practice exam.or if you prefer to learn online.  Thanks  Abhishek Sadashiv ------------------------------ Abhishek Sadashiv International ...

  • Hi Paul, That's a great idea, thank you, this has been very helpful. ------------------------------ Arthur Kucharski CLTD Logistics and Operations Manager Webinterpret Warszawa ------------------------------

  • Arthur, It is indeed in the name "postal/parcel"parcel couriers. They deliver post/parcels, not pallets. If correct all the parcels are scanned into the pallet and they must be able to provide a list of the underlaying manifest. At least your forwarder ...

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