Nominations Open for 2024 Top Supply Chain Projects Award

This award profiles innovative case study-type projects designed to automate, optimize, streamline and improve the supply chain. Submissions close March 29.

Top Supply Chain Projects

From demand planning and forecasting to implementing the ultimate in warehouse automation, the past 12 months has seen companies within the supply chain and logistics space upgrade, enhance, adopt and adapt in order to achieve greater efficiency along the chain.

Companies partnered to implement each others' software and technology and work smarter, together. 

And, it's these partnerships that have cultivated resilience and placed a spotlight on projects designed to make the supply chain space safer and more efficient.

And, now it's time to celebrate those projects!

Nominations are open for Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s  2024 Top Supply Chain Projects award, which profiles innovative case study-type projects designed to automate, optimize, streamline and improve the supply chain.


This award is now open to all categories/markets within the Supply & Demand Chain Executive AND Food Logistics audience. Yes, this includes the cold food chain.    


There will be (1) overall winner for the Food Logistics audience and (1) overall winner for the Supply & Demand Chain Executive audience, in addition to the regular winners. The two overall winners will receive the highest-level promotional package, which includes:

--> Executive Profile in Online Article (Logo & Case Study Write-Up)
--> Virtual Video Interview with Editor-in-Chief, posted to or
--> Company Logo Placement in Overall Winner Interview – Scrolls Along Bottom of Video Player
--> Logo License
--> A Commemorative Plaque

Key takeaways:

  • Who is eligible? Projects in the global supply chain space covering procurement, transportation, warehousing, education, software/technology and more. If this project pertains to the supply chain and logistics space in any format or involves a customer/client in the supply chain and logistics space, then this project is eligible.
  • There is a submission fee associated with this award of $99. This fee also includes rights to the logo license should you win.
  • Limit one nomination per project. Limit one nomination per company.
  • Project must have started within the last 12 months.
  • Proprietary information such as a company’s name or the name of a solution will not publish if it’s not provided in the submission. Instead, please use descriptors, such as a large pharmaceutical company or a global 3PL. Please note, if you DO include the company’s name, it will publish.
  • CLICK HERE to read through some FAQs.

Deadline for submissions is Friday, March 29, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. CST. 

CLICK HERE to access the nomination form.

CLICK HERE to view the criteria of this award.

And, CLICK HERE to preview the questionnaire. 

For questions, please contact editor-in-chief Marina Mayer at [email protected].

Check out previous winners here, including video interviews and more!