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Shams Rahman, Professor of Supply Chain Management, RMIT University, a speaker at the marcus evans Chief Logistics Officer Summit 2013, on having the right talent to manage complex supply chains.
NASDAQ:GMCR), a leader in specialty coffee and coffee makers, announced that Michael Jacobs has been appointed as Chief Logistics Officer and an Executive Officer of GMCR.
WASHINGTON (PAN): A shutdown of the supply routes that run through Pakistan would pose problems for the US military but would not halt Afghan operations, according to the Army's chief logistics officer.
We have been at the forefront of growth and innovation in the regional logistics industry, and the new phase of the Jebel Ali facility is laying the foundation for the future by ensuring the efficient flow of goods, warehousing and distribution for our customers via a central commercial hub," said Chief Logistics Officer of Aramex, Iyad Kamal.
The best thing we can do for our customers is to execute logistics management and supply-chain strategies flawlessly, so that our customers, like Gizmondo, can focus on what they do best - innovating the gaming market with new, exciting consumer electronics products," said William Hecksteden, Chief Logistics Officer of Ditan Corporation.
Previous recipients of the Thinkers & Movers Award include: 2009 - Ralph Drayer, former chief logistics officer of Procter & Gamble, and Dr.
Austin Laurenson, VP Supply Chain NZ Steel, BlueScope Steel, co-chairman at the marcus evans Chief Logistics Officer Summit 2013, on achieving business objectives by putting people before processes.
Stennis (CVN 74) to Combined Security Transition Command Afghanistan (CSTC-A), Chief Logistics Officer.