Supply Chain executives are not all that moves the world of procurement, manufacturing, distribution, logistics, product, and sales. Digital transportation trends, artificially intelligent systems, and inceptive devices are often created by innovative leaders presenting new options from outside the core business of logistics and supply chain. We are interested in leaders in traditional, third party, and contract logistics firms, and we are also placing pioneering people in new roles within infrastructure, aviation, automotive and digital transportation.
Recruiting for Supply Chain is a forward looking firm that understands that the world of supply chain and logistics needs technology, commercial, development, financial, and operations leaders. We are excited to be on the bleeding-edge of new advancements in personal and product transportation, and we will be the first recruiting firm on Mars.
You can also find me at a truck stop in Flagstaff, a meeting room in Chicago, or a loading dock in Rotterdam or Long Beach. What's key with Recruiting for Supply Chain is your vision.
You want to expand your sphere, move up a level, make a lateral change, or specialize. You are making 100K+ and your career will make its final bow in the Board or in the Director's chair. Many of you are at VP, SVP, EVP, and GM levels. We work with leaders and specialists who have a winning mindset.
Our founder, Brian E. Brandt, has worked with the world's most famous and highly credentialed supply chain leaders. Remember when recycling was new? Brian was recruiting into the waste management space back then. His client was the leading vendor for Boston's Big Dig. Remember when regrading became a business process for all companies? Brian was there, too. His clients included leaders in Goodwill Industries and companies that modelled and made partnerships in both commercial and charitable forms.
He was there when apparel and textile companies made regrading a core revenue stream and global service.
Brian Brandt has been endorsed by the most credentialed supply chain professional on the planet, a leading publisher in logistics, and port executives in Brazil, California, and Boston. His name is on the beaches of Qatar and the rigs those beaches serve.
New energy executive suites have been staffed from coordinator to chief by his firm.
Brian has worked with the two U.S. Army executives who folded the last tents in Iraq and Afghanistan in two major fold-ups. He even works with law enforcement, airport, and aviation regulators.
Brian grew up in a manufacturing family, with manufacturing in jewelry on his maternal side and manufacturing in paper, printing, press, and publication on his paternal side. Brian has worked in sweatshop settings, contracted to family as a jobber coordinator, and sold automotive parts as a wholesaler.
Supply chain and logistics is in his blood. Recruiting for Supply Chain and Logistics is in his DNA.
When trucking and transportation firms faced Amazon, the leading executive in the Southwest leveraged it as an opportunity. This prescient executive consulted to Amazon and to local trucking, distribution, and warehousing firms in the region. The result? The largest and most cooperative distribution network in North America. This executive has utilized Brian's consulting services with recent changes coming post-Covid-19.
Brian helped 16 trucking companies either expand or contract their customer base during the Great Recession. He took many CEOs, CFOs, and COOs and placed them in new careers with other carriers.
Recently, he worked with one of the largest LTL carriers to create multimillions in new business by positioning the company website for new revenue streams within interventional retail logistics and omnichannel transfers. Brian further assisted business development with strategic marketing copy to capture new CPG, OTC, and HHS product shipments from innovative pharma and biotech companies entering these emerging commercial and consumer product arenas.
Brian knows trucking and he knows transportation. The digitized telematic landscape is staffed with technology executives he placed from leading hardware and software firms. He works with innovators in incubators and large enterprises to translate trucking and transportation commercial needs into programs and systems.
Brian works with the final mile and helps to staff and recruit to and from its varying facets as ideas and careers change.
Recruiting for Supply Chain and Logistics is in close touch with director-level-and-above leadership in the world's finest purveyors of jewelry, watches, cosmetics, fragrances, and hard goods. Brian works with designers in apparel and fashion, and manufacturers in Vietnam and Bangladesh.
Brian hires and places wholesale buyers, inventory managers, and cost cutters who are also creators, profit drivers, and growth leaders.
One of Brian's clients brought an Italian cobbler to global fame by creating the first luxury shoe brand in the U.S. That brand name is now a leading designer within luxury leather and apparel goods.
His recent clients include new design firms and distribution executives who pool, cross-dock, and final mile individual purchases from the largest online retailers in the world. This includes Amazon, major furniture retailers, and luxury automotive suppliers.
Brian has worked with million-dollar wholesale and retail firms to recruit and hire talented and transformational omnichannel and e-commerce leaders and teams. These businesses range from OEM and parts distributors to big brand retailers, and from skin care lines to online jewelry retailers. The average client hires at the director and above. The average client has grown business five-fold into the multimillions. Firms that were 100% brick-and-mortar are now 80% online.
Brian's network of omnichannel and e-commerce experts build, lead, and optimize in-store and online buying and selling marketplaces. They work across automotive and industrial; CPG and cosmetics & fragrance; apparel and fashion; luxury goods; life sciences; and wholesale supply for B2B, enterprise, and commercial clients.
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