Principal, Supply Chain Design
Chris is a Principal in the Supply Chain Design competency at Chainalytics. With expertise in supply chain network design, integrated business planning, and inventory optimization, he focuses on large scale transformations and optimization modeling to support strategic and tactical planning. His work supports such planning issues as mergers/acquisitions, facility site selection, capacity planning, network/facility rationalization, capital expense justification, manufacturing planning, product range management, inventory deployment policy and integrated business planning.
Prior to joining Chainalytics, Chris was the Network Design and Inventory lead at the Logistics Bureau. In this role, he led many of the organization’s largest and most complex client engagements. Chris has also worked directly in both third party warehousing and transportation organizations in a range of roles including business development and solutions design, systems implementations, business intelligence, and management reporting.
Chris holds a Master of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management, and a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Management from the University of Wollongong. He is also a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA).