Little Caesars appoints Glen McIntosh to new chief supply chain officer role
Pizza enterprise continues to beef up leadership team
Little Caesars named Glen McIntosh chief supply chain officer. In the newly-created post, McIntosh will be charged with purchasing, replenishment, transportation, warehousing, distribution, international supply chain, and export, announced the Detroit-based pizza company. He will report directly to President and CEO David Scrivano.
McIntosh comes from Blue Line Foodservice Distribution, a division of Little Caesars. There, he served as vice president of Distribution Operations. McIntosh has also worked in supply chain positions in the automotive and food industries. He brings 25 years of multi-industry supply chain experience to Little Caesars.
“I am looking forward to further developing and leading efficient and robust supply chain efforts, making it possible for Little Caesars stores around the globe to serve customers a delicious, fresh product with industry-leading convenience and value,” said McIntosh.
At the University of North Texas, McIntosh earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Management, and formerly served in the United States Marine Corp.
Scrivano added, “The development and execution of innovative, time and cost-saving strategies will benefit our franchisees and stores and ensure our customers continue to receive the very best in quality products at a great value.”
Earlier this month, Little Caesars hired Jeremy Vitaro as chief development officer and transitioned Erin Martin to a chief of staff role. Martin joined the pizza chain in 2007, and will now serve mainly as a strategic advisor to Scrivano and the leadership team.
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