Supply Chain Manitoba

Supply Chain Manitoba is a dedicated organization committed to optimizing supply chains for individuals and organizations. We represent all aspects of the end-to-end supply chain, including sourcing, procurement, transportation, and warehousing.

With a strong focus on workforce development and promotion within the transportation and distribution sector, we strive to cultivate a skilled and diverse workforce that meets the evolving demands of the industry.

Additionally, we advocate for the adoption of circular economy principles in the supply chain industry, promoting sustainable practices and minimizing waste throughout the supply chain.

We are affiliated with the Manitoba Institute of Supply Chain Canada, the largest association of supply chain professionals in Canada.  It’s Supply Chain Management Professional Designation (SCMP) is the most recognized, and widely held, supply chain credential in Canada.

At Supply Chain Manitoba, we are driven by the goal of advancing the efficiency, resilience, and sustainability of supply chains in Manitoba and beyond.

Supply Chain Manitoba is a member of the Province of Manitoba Sector Council Program representing Transportation & Distribution.

Most In-Demand Jobs

Managers and Supervisors in Procurement  Transportation Professionals Business Analyst, Sustainable Professionals
Procurement strategy and execution are central to an organization’s ability to achieve success. Skills and expertise combined with technology are required for procurement and contract management.  From the supply of raw materials to the delivery of the finished product, plan manage and move products by road, pipeline, air, rail, and water. The use of technology to forecast, analyze, and assess supply chain and automate the process will be growing in the future. Sustainability and circular economy in supply chain will also demand more professionals in these areas. 
Sample careers: chief procurement officer, facility operation and maintenance managers, purchasing managers, supervisors of supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations, etc. Sample careers: transport truck drivers, delivery and courier service drivers, couriers and distributors, freight forwarder, shipper, receiver, dispatch logician, etc. Sample careers: data analysts, compliance officers, environmental social governance manager, IT management, reclamation technician, business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants, etc.
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