ID NEWS: Sysco creates supply chain management post

Sysco Corp., Houston, has named William B. Day to the newly-created position of vice president, supply chain management.

Currently assistant controller of the $25-billion broadliner, Day has been instrumental in leading the company's supply chain strategies for the past three years. He will be responsible for supply chain and redistribution initiatives, effective June 29, 2003, the start of Sysco's fiscal year 2004.

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