Top Five National Logistics Pros Are Named

April 26, 2004
Criteria for their selection is the ability of these individuals to not only endure during unusually challenging economic times, but to prevail, creating

Criteria for their selection is the ability of these individuals to not only endure during unusually challenging economic times, but to prevail, creating value in a highly competitive market environment. And the winners in alphabetic order are:

• Bob Brescia, Vice President, Logistics, Michelin North America of Greenville, South Carolina. • Terry Begley, Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Information Technology and Quality, Eastman Chemical Co., Nashville, Tennessee. • Michael Heschel, Executive Vice President – Information Systems and Services, Kroger Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. • C. John Langley, Jr., Ph.D., The Logistics Institute (TLI) Professor of Supply Chain Management and Director of Supply Chain Management Executive Programs at The Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia. • Steve McAlexander, Vice President, Logistics, Borders Group Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan. Recognition will come as these winners receive awards aboard the Norwegian Dawn cruise ship during its sailing on May 10-13 at the 2004 Logistics & Supply Chain Forum. The Forum is sponsored by Richmond Events, Inc.,

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