The German Award for SCM is presented at the central forum for the logistics community – the International Supply Chain Conference in Berlin. The award consists of a certificate and the sculpture “Das Gespräch” (the dialogue) made exclusively for the winner by the Worpswede sculptor Waldemar Otto. The winner is entitled to use a printed "signet" referring to the award.
Organisation of the German Award for SCM:
The Board lays down the invitation criteria and appoints an expert Jury.
The management is responsible for the formal invitation process, the staging of the German Award for SCM and communication with jury members, entrants, nominees and award winners.
Three steps to your entry:
1. Self-assessment by completing a questionnaire (Google Forms) by April 30, 2020 at the latest. As concrete as possible: facts, figures, "typical" logistics indicators
2. Feedback conversation following completion of self-assessment. BVL Head Office monitors compliance with the formal conditions. Additional information may be requested if necessary.
3. Submission of the complete entry documentationby June 30, 2020. The jury nominates the three best entries. These concepts are reviewed by a neutral body, and the jury then makes the final decision on the winning concept.
German Award for SCM
Winner of the German Award for Supply Chain Management 2017 is Bosch.