UPS announces organisational re-alignment

By Damian Brett

Carol Tomé, chief executive, UPS. Image source: UPS

UPS has announced an “organisational re-alignment” following the retirement of two senior members of staff.

Juan Perez, executive vice president and chief information and engineering officer, and Scott Price, executive vice president international, are both retiring from the company on March 31.

As a result, UPS will integrate global sales and solutions into the US and international business units and re-align positions.

Kate Gutmann, chief sales and solutions officer and executive vice president UPS Global Healthcare will move to the newly created role of executive vice president and president international, healthcare and supply chain solutions.

“These combined business units reported revenues of more than $37 billion in 2021,” UPS said. “Kate will be responsible for these business units, including their operations and sales teams as well as global solutions and global sales operations. Kate’s current role will be eliminated as she takes on these broader responsibilities.”

Nando Cesarone, executive vice president and president US, including small package, transportation and the UPS Airline operations, will assume additional responsibility for US sales as well as the company’s automotive, and global buildings and systems engineering groups.

UPS has an external search underway for a new leader for the role of executive vice president and chief information officer.

“This realignment positions UPS to continue to do what we do best, and that’s deliver what matters. 2021 was a year of momentum for our company and we are off to a solid start in 2022 with these important organizational changes,” said Carol Tomé, UPS chief executive.

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