How I can help you
Vince Livingston is a retired Supply Chain and Logistics leader with over thirty five years of diverse experience from the ground up in international and domestic transportation, private fleet, warehousing and distribution center management, demand planning, supply planning, inventory control, global procurement, contracting, program and project management, customer service, order management, and quality management. Vince developed his skills working with Fortune 500 companies such as Nabisco Brands, Del Monte Foods, and Ryder as well as many smaller companies. His background includes leadership roles in the Food & Beverage, Third Party Logistics, Automotive, and Agriculture industries for manufacturing, wholesale distributor, and service companies.
Vince recently retired as Vice President Operations at Motor Coach Industries, Aftermarket Parts Div. Prior, Vince was Director Supply Chain at Saxco International LLC, a wholesale distributor of glass and plastic containers to wine, beer, and food industry customers. Vince previously had a similar role with Nurserymen's Exchange, a potted plants grower and shipper on the west coast with national distribution. He was Director, Program Management at Ryder Integrated Logistics, leading a team of project managers responsible for complex new supply chain operation startups for companies in High Tech, Telecom, and Consumer Electronics such as HP, Applied Materials, Samsung, and Philips Electronics.
Vince began his career in the Food Industry with Nabisco Brands, Del Monte Foods, and Tri-Valley Growers learning, growing, and managing in a wide variety of transportation, warehousing, inventory control, and customer service roles.
Areas of Expertise
- Manufacturing & Product Development
- Supply Chain Management
- Business Operations
- Transportation and Warehousing
- Manufacturing & Mining
- Consulting, Research and Business Services
- BA Mathematics, Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, Connecticut
- Graduate studies at WCSU in Mathematics and Accounting prior to beginning business career.
- Levinson Institute – “On Leadership”
- APICS CPIM
- Project Management Institute PMP