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Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest

- Oct. 25, 2018 -
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for September 5, 2018 Contest
Sue Grimmler of Troy, MI and Henry Canitz of Logility Take Home the Prize with Great Captions!

Week: Sept. 5, 2018 Contest


This Contest's Winner 1

(See "Best of the Rest" Below)

Sue Grimmler
Troy, MI

This Contest's Winner 2




Henry C. Canitz


Each winner will receive a nice framed picture of the cartoon with their winning entry and acknowledgement from SCDigest.

This Month's
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest Winners


Sue Grimmler
Troy, MI




Henry C. Canitz


Both will receive a framed copy of his cartoons and caption with recognition from Supply Chain Digest and be eligible for our annual prize.

Fairly low numbers this time, about 125 submissions-

Thank you!


More than 50% of entries involved captions referencing robots in some way, many very similar. There also were quite a few that suggested turning the chat sideways.


See other excellent captions below. Have yourself a good laugh!


Didn't make it? Don't despair - we just have far too many entries to post them all. But you will make it soon!

New cartoon caption contest on the SCDigest web site on Monday, Oct. 29, 2018


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Other Great Captions



"I have one word: robots."

Lew Miller
Kurt J. Lesker Co.

"Maybe the low wage strategy has reached the end of its usefulness."

Mark Cummins

"Robots. Lots of Mobile Robots."

Dave Keller
Salt Lake City, UT

"I heard Acme Distribution is offering fee lattes in the morning."

Michelle Haas

"I heard that the robots are talking about unionizing too."

Robert Surdan

"I think we forget to turn off the battery chargers on our picking robots at night."

John Bermudez

"Worst-case scenario, can Management consider working?"

Dale Stout
Colorado Springs, Colorado

"What about an after school program?"

Lauren Thomas
Burris Logistics

"Looks like we need to "turnover" the graph."

Jim Chamberlain
DSC Logistics

"How about advising our customers, so they might decrease the amount of orders?"

Gustavo Barcellos
Lojas Renner

"Who has been draining the swamp?"


"Our more advanced robots left for the DC down the street."

Michael A. Massetti



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