Call for nominations
The Council of Logistics Management is seeking nominations for the 2004 Distinguished Service Award. The annual award goes to an individual who has made significant contributions to the logistics profession.
The award recipient will be honored at CLM's Annual Conference, which will be held this year in Philadelphia from Oct. 3-6.
All individuals who have made contributions to the field of logistics are eligible, including anyone in industry with responsibilities in logistics or distribution, warehouse personnel, carrier personnel, and educators. (Current officers or CLM staff members are not eligible.) Nominations should include evidence that the nominee has made contributions with a long-term impact on the profession.
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