Completed in March 2012.

FINAL REPORT AVAILABLE – The study's final report was launched on March 22, 2012.

The primary objective of this project was to develop an updated and more-accurate forecast of supply and demand for the seven sub-functions and 26 NOC groupings associated with the supply chain sector across the breadth of industries that utilize supply chains.

Additionally, the Council aimed through this project to:

Project Working Group (Council Research Committee)

Committee Role Name Company/Organization (at time of project)
Chair Frances Humphreys School of Business & Economics Graduate Programs, Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, Ont.
Members Allan Amundsen Manitoba Institute of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada
(now Supply Chain Management Association)
Winnipeg, Man.
Mathieu Chretien Ernst & Young LLP
Toronto, Ont.
Maria Di Carlo L'Oréal Canada
St Laurent, Que.
Jim Eckler Eckler Associates
Toronto, Ont.
Brent Ellis Wills Transfer Limited
Brockville, Ont.
Paul Howatt McCain Foods (Canada)
Florenceville, N.B.
Ron Koslowsky Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters – Manitoba Division
Winnipeg, Man.
Susan Krausz Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Etobicoke, Ont.
Gregg Levis Georgian College
Barrie, Ont.
Richard Moore Halifax Employers Association
Halifax, N.S.
Philippe Richer Industry Canada
Ottawa, Ont.
Catherine Viglas CITT
Toronto, Ont.
Executive Director Kevin Maynard Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council
Mississauga, Ont.
Staff (Program Manager) Beverly Myers Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council
Mississauga, Ont.