SCD: Nike CFO takes on procurement oversight
SUPPLY CHAIN DIVE reports: Nike CFO and EVP Matthew Friend is set to take over procurement oversight for ...
SUPPLY CHAIN DIVE reports:
Logistics companies are ramping up operations in Mexico to take advantage of an expected surge of businesses nearshoring production to south of the U.S. border.
Chicago-based Redwood Logistics announced last month that it would expand operations in Mexico, noting major investments in the country from the automotive, pharmaceutical and food and beverage industry. Meanwhile, BlueGrace Logistics is establishing a dedicated Mexico office, bringing on a new leader to oversee the expansion of its cross-border services.
As more businesses look to shorten lead times and diversify their ...
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