Welcome to the Website of the Mid-Hudson Chapter of APICS

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Operations and Supply Chain expertise are vital for manufacturing and distribution companies. If your company is constantly executing in a fire drill mode, then it’s processes are broken, either in the design of the processes, and/or, in skill-sets that are inadequate for smooth execution. This is where the Mid-Hudson APICS can help. We can assist in skills improvement in Supply Chain and Production & Inventory Control Management. We offer educational workshops and Professional Development Meetings with a range of operational topics, from Sales & Operations Planning, to MRP, to Cycle Counting, to current trending topics. We offer a supportive environment for professionals to grow and network.

APICS is the global leader and premier source of the body of knowledge in supply chain and operations management, including production, inventory, materials management, purchasing, and logistics. Since 1957, individuals and companies have relied on APICS for its superior training, internationally recognized certifications, comprehensive resources, and worldwide network of accomplished industry professionals. APICS recognizes the contributions supply chain and operations management professionals make to their employers and the global economy and has developed a comprehensive suite of educational resources, including education, training, industry publications and research, and world-renowned certification programs, with opportunities for career development, networking, and best practice sharing, along with local and global membership and affiliation opportunities worldwide.

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To learn more about the APICS community, visit the APICS website at www.apics.org.

The Mid-Hudson Chapter of APICS is incorporated as a 501(C)3 Corporation, with all the rights and fiduciary responsibilities as defined by the Federal Internal Revenue Service. It’s managed by its Board of Directors.


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