Educational Offerings


CPIM Nogales



CPIM Tucson


The New CPIM Part 1

18 March - 20 May 2019

The New CPIM Part 2

24 June - 30 Sept 2019




CPIM Nogales Sonora


The New CPIM Part 1

2 April- 11 June 2019



2018 Member of the Year

Jesús Alejandro Robles Rojo (Alex)

2018 Instructor of the Year

James Winger

2018 Company of the Year


Mike Resler

Director, Global Distribution & Logistics

accepting on behalf of Chamberlain

Community Corner


Arizona Tech Council


Tucson after5 Tech Mixer: Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona


April 10, 2019









Join Arizona Tech Council  at the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona for an inside peek at how this award-winning organization distributes emergency food from many sources to nearly 200,000 people each year.









Would like to invite you to our Joint Professional Development Meeting


April 24, 2019     5:30 pm - 7:30 pm










Topic: Applying Data-Driven Research to Real-World Traffic Operations Issues

Speaker: Yao-Jan Wu, Assistant Professor, University of Arizona


The University of Arizona has been partnering with multiple transportation agencies to develop innovative data-driven approaches for efficient arterial and freeway operations. This presentation will showcase several applied research projects, linking research to real traffic operation issues.


Event is pay as you go for attendees


APICS Tucson Chapter will be providing free starters for attendees.


Mimi's Cafe

4420 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705



Menu Link Here



/Networking                                 5:30 - 6 pm

Meals/Pre-Presentation Information       6 - 6:30 pm

Presentation by Dr. Yao-Jan Wu            6:30 - 7:30 pm


Registration Link Here










                  Mayor Jonathan Rothschild "...but I really do believe—and if you look at things like the distribution centers—we are really a logistics center. We have the I-10 going east-west. We have the corridor into Mexico, and that Mexican trade’s so important for us."


             Read more using the link above of how Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild views the future of logistics in Southern Arizona.






     Abe Eshkenazi Receives 2018 Association Leadership Award from CEO Update .

 CHICAGO, IL – Oct. 24, 2018 – APICS is pleased to announce CEO Abe Eshkenazi, CSCP, CPA, CAE, was named Professional Society CEO of the Year in the 2018 Association Leadership Awards. Hosted by Leading Authorities and CEO Update, the Association Leadership Awards is the culmination of an independent and rigorous process to recognize excellence in trade associations and professional societies. Now in its fifth year, the event brings together 500 association community members from nonprofit organizations, vendors, suppliers and for-profit companies.

The award recognizes Eshkenazi as a standout executive in association leadership and advocacy. Eshkenazi was honored for his passion for supply chain and the APICS mission, proven leadership ability in and outside of APICS and commitment to an industry that supports and offers an opportunity to make a difference in the world.  Read More.....


For more information and to watch videos of the honorees sharing additional insights, visit 2018 Association Leadership Awards honorees .





           THE ASCM (Association for Supply Chain Managment)


For over 60 years supply chain professionals and organizations have relied on APICS to deliver world-class certification. But that was just the beginning. We're excited to welcome you to the new Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM), a new global alliance network. Check out our exciting introduction video.




APICS Tucson Chapter is proud to be part of the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) network. Through our partnership we offer localized training and education in Southern Arizona and Nogales Mexico for the world-renouned APICS certification programs.





















Supply chain and operations management is one of the fastest growing professions globally, creating great demand for top notch, highly competent professionals.


APICS research, education and certification advances supply chain professionals to excel in the profession and become the leaders who will transform supply chain organizations for peak performance.


APICS Tucson Chapter is here to create exciting possibilities for current and future supply chain leaders to deliver, innovate and impact our world.


   APICS Raising the Bar in Supply Chain


   Lessons from Supply Chain Leaders





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