Little Caesars adds a chief supply chain officer

Glen McIntosh, who previously worked for a division of the pizza chain, will fill the newly created post.
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Little Caesars on Monday named Glen McIntosh to the newly created role of chief supply chain officer.

McIntosh will lead supply chain strategies for the pizza brand, including purchasing, replenishment, transportation, warehousing, distribution, internal supply chain and export functions, the company said.


Glen McIntosh

He brings to Little Caesars more than 25 years of supply chain experience, most recently serving as vice president of distribution operations at Blue Line Foodservice Distribution, a division of Little Caesars.

"We are experiencing rapid growth both in the United States and internationally, which presents a unique and exciting opportunity in my field," McIntosh said in a statement. "I am looking forward to further developing and leading efficient and robust supply chain efforts, making it possible for Little Caesars stores around the globe to serve customers a delicious, fresh product with industry-leading convenience and value."

Last week, Little Caesars named former Dunkin’ Brands executive Jeremy Vitaro chief development officer.

Little Caesars is moving toward a more delivery-based model and has started using third-party delivery platforms. The chain operates 5,100 global locations, 4,150 of which are in the U.S.

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