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When: Friday, 18 May 2018
Where: Midrand
South Africa
Contact: Elaine Stewart
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SAPICS Members are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting on 18 May 2018 at 9am..

Current Nominees:


 Michael Johnston CSCP, SCOR-P has a B.Sc. (UCT) and an MBA (Wits) as well as a Certificate and Advanced Certificate in Transportation (RAU) and SCOR-P (SCC). He has also completed Train-the-TrainerAccessor and Moderator programs. He completed his CSCP (APICS) in 2017.  He has been involved in the Transport, Distribution, Logistics and Supply Chain Industries since 1974 as a student, practitioner, manager, consultant and trainer. The last thirty years have been spent as a self-employed consultant and trainer for Transport Concepts CC and Logistics Management CC.  He is a founding member of the Southern African Roundtable of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP, formerly known as the CLM). The CSCMP is an international non-profit organisation aimed at advancing the knowledge base for Supply Chain and Logistics Management. The Roundtable is a voluntary local representation of the CSCMP organising local get-togethers for the exchange of relevant information by interested parties.  Mike was a SAPICS Board member from 2014-2016.  He is one of the judges for the annual Logistics & Supply Chain Awards (hosted by the Logistics News). He has been on the panel since 1996.  He has made it his mission to try to get people to work together more effectively and appreciate the real benefits of a systems approach to all transactions and interactions. Being self-employed allows him to make time available for Industry-related projects and activities. 

  Kea Mpane CSCP has in-depth experience in the supply chain and has served on various boards.  She is a passionate supply chain professional championing various initiatives that aims to professionalise and licence the supply chain profession.  The biggest contribution will be in achieving designations within the supply chain across sectors and bringing pride to the trade.  She strives to bring transformation to the most challenged industry which can contribute greatly to the economic revitalisation and industrialisation of our country.  Her stead leadership saw her be awarded as a finalist for Africa‚Äôs most influential woman in business and government in 2014. Having been a director for 5 years for SAPICS, she believes she has gained enough experience to drive the association forward.

 Mungo Park CSCP has been the Chairman (President) of SAPICS for two years.  During this time he has been instrumental in working with the supply chain community in the formation of SAPICS as the Professional Body for Supply Chain Management.  Mungo has represented SAPICS as a judge at the Logistics Achiever Awards for several years and has added enormous value to the Association as an Ambassador.  As previous chairman of the Supply Chain Council Mungo has a solid understanding of the SCOR framework and its practical application.  Mungo is passionate about the supply chain community and is an ardent believer in the fact that the individuals in the profession deserve a professional body.  Mungo would welcome the opportunity to continue to serve on the SAPICS board to ensure the successful awarding of the first tranche of professional designations that he has been instrumental in creating.   Mungo is currently employed by DSV.


MJ Schoemaker CSCP, CPF is a supply chain professional with over 30 years of global experience across various pillars of supply chain within a good mix of sectors such as FMCG, High Tech, Consumer goods and Pharma.  MJ has now formed her own company and being self-employed believes that she will have time to contribute to SAPICS and provide the following areas of expertise:

  • Industry knowledge and network
  •  experience as a speaker and presenter
  • previously a board member for Global FMCG company
  • track record of executive supply chain positions up to Global Director of PLAN Centre of Excellence
  • professionalism and presence across all levels of a company hierarchy and culture
  • understanding of the supply chain career path, how to navigate it and the importance of education
  •  passionate about supply chain being recognised as a business partner in the industry