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The APICS Triangle Chapter is a non-profit professional supply chain organization dedicated to growing the strength of our local supply chain community by enriching its members' knowledge and skills through certification review courses, networking opportunities, tours, seminars, and professional development meetings.
As the 2nd largest chapter in the Southeast District with 500+ active members, the APICS Triangle Chapter is an active organization that engages world renowned supply chain experts to speak at its Professional Development Meetings (PDM) and utilizes experienced and certified instructors to teach public and corporate certification courses. Check out our recent activities below. We look forward to seeing you at our next event!
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Credit card process is currently now available!!!
Register for our weeknight CLTD classes starting on Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
Register for our weeknight CPIM BSCM classes starting on Wednesday, January 19th, 2017
Register for our weeknight CPIM ECO classes starting on Wednesday, January 26th, 2017
Register for our weeknight CSCP classes starting on Wednesday, January 18th, 2017
Register for our weekend CSCP classes starting on Wednesday, January 28th, 2017
Join Us on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 for our next PDM featuring Nate May discussing Today's Changing Logistics Landscape
Join Us on Thursday, January 19, 2017 for a Tour of the Raleigh Recycling and Sorting Center
Check Out newly posted job opportunities in our Career Center
THINK SUPPLY CHAIN BLOG
PDM/SPECIAL EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
2016 Student Case Competition Participants
Left to Right: Suren Palakkal (APICS), Masayuki Kobayashi,James Huang,Tanul Kala, Ai Lin Loh, Tanmay Lohani, Sourabh Deshmukhe, Atchyuta Bharadwaj Manda, Disha Hitesh Kansara, Sanath Pavate, Indraja Vemana, Saurich Sanath Yelchur, Sri Abbirami Gnanasekaran, Krishna Balabadhrapatruni, Bob Myers (APICS), Corey Haynes (APICS)
The APIC Triangle Chapter recently held its first ever Student Case Competition in Raleigh where teams from local universities presented their solutions to a complex supply chain problem. Read more
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