DHL Supply Chain appoints Foreman to e-commerce role

By Damian Brett

DHL Supply Chain has appointed Kraig Foreman as president of e-commerce in North America.

Foreman will focus on building out the operational and commercial platform that DHL Supply Chain has established in recent years to support e-commerce supply chains, which already includes 25 dedicated e-commerce sites shipping 150m units annually.

“DHL Supply Chain North America has seen extremely dynamic growth in demand both from dedicated e-commerce players and companies that are expanding their omnichannel offerings. For this reason, we have decided to strengthen our focus with dedicated e-commerce sector leadership,” said Scott Sureddin, chief executive, DHL Supply Chain North America.

“Kraig has made a significant contribution to the growth and development of our e-commerce and fashion accounts in recent years and his team has demonstrated an in-depth understanding of how to create advantage within e-commerce supply chains. I am certain that he will lead our business – and our customers – to further future growth in this exciting sector.”

Foreman joined DHL Supply Chain in Canada in 1996 and has worked in a number of roles in sectors including retail, consumer goods and automotive in the US and Canada.

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