Chris Sultemeier joins PINC's Board of Directors
PINC, the number-one provider of yard management systems, finished vehicle logistics solutions, and aerial inventory robots™ (drones) to the world's leading brands, has announced that Chris Sultemeier, the former Executive Vice President of Logistics for Walmart Stores, Inc., has been appointed to PINC’s board of directors.
Chris Sultemeier has nearly thirty years of experience in leadership and supply chain operations with Walmart Inc.
Sultemeier oversaw all distribution centers and fulfillment centers and was responsible for all domestic and global ocean transportation functions for the retailer.
During his career, Chris established solid relationships with global leaders of transportation, third-party warehouse distribution-fulfillment, and retail companies.
“I’ve had the pleasure of knowing the PINC team for almost four years now,” said Sultemeier.
“With the company’s experience and core intellectual property in asset and inventory identification, I’ve seen firsthand how large organizations can benefit from PINC’s solutions, especially the aerial inventory robots. I’m flattered to be part of such an amazingly innovative team.”
“With his experience managing one of the world’s largest supply chains, Chris brings a unique perspective to PINC,” said Matt Yearling, PINC’s CEO.
“His involvement reaffirms our continued industry leadership in the digitalization of inventory.”
PINC provides scalable software, hardware, and services that enable companies to identify, locate, and orchestrate inventory throughout the supply chain predictably and cost-effectively.
The company's cloud-based real-time tracking platform, powered by aerial inventory robots™ (drones) and an Internet of Things (IoT) sensor network that includes passive RFID, GPS, optical, cellular, and other sensors, provides actionable insights and connected expert guidance that allow companies to optimize their supply chain execution.
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