Metro Supply Chain Group Appoints New U.S. Business Lead
TORONTO, Oct. 2, 2017 /CNW/ – Metro Supply Chain Group Inc. (“Metro”) announced today that longtime distribution executive Martin Street has accepted an offer to join the company in the role of Business Lead, U.S., Automotive and Specialist Sectors. Mr. Street, who is now based in Atlanta, Georgia, has held senior level positions in the UK and North American supply chain industry for over twenty years. He was senior VP, Distribution at Tibbett & Britten in 2004 when it was acquired by Exel and, most recently, served as president and CEO of US-based parts and accessories distributor Stag-Parkway.
“Martin has the comprehensive, broad-based distribution experience that companies need to navigate today’s challenges,” says Metro Group President Martin Graham. “It’s very much about building the right team for the right job and that’s the kind of insight he brings to the table.”
Metro Supply Chain Group has been actively expanding the North American client base for its signature brand of premium logistics. In August, the company closed a deal to acquire long-standing U.S. fulfillment pioneer, National Fulfillment Services, of Aston, Pennsylvania.
About Metro Supply Chain Group
The Metro Supply Chain Group of Companies is a Canadian-owned leading provider of third-party logistics (3PL) services across North America and Europe with more than 5,000 associates in the team. It supplies customized services to all industries with a significant presence in the consumer packaged goods, retail, automotive, fashion and e-commerce sectors. The Group manages over 11 million sq. ft. of strategically located warehousing and co-pack centers and has transportation solutions that include managed transport services, dedicated fleet management and global time critical logistics response. For more information, visit metroscg.com.
For further information: Tom Prittie, Metro Logistics Inc., Direct: 1-416-605-8874, tprittie@MetroSCG.com
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