Missteps in Global Tier 1 Purchasing Value Added Services

Global Business Professor’s latest Audio Interview, “Missteps in Global Tier 1 Purchasing Value Added Services” features Kerry Zielinski, Director of Business Development, Comprehensive Logistics and President of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (of SE Michigan chapter), and supply chain expert.

Audio Interview Guest
Kerry Zielinski
Director of Business Development, Comprehensive Logistics
President, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (of S.E. Michigan)
Email: Kerry.Zielinski@complog.com

In the 9-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Zielinski discusses these questions:

  • What is the disruption – when does it start?
  • Why does the negotiation between the tier 1 and the 3PL breakdown?
  • Why doesn’t the 3PL hold their price?
  • What can the tier 1 do? Does the tier 1 lose? How does it get settled?
  • How to avoid the risks?

About Kerry Zielinski
Kerry is Director of Business Development of Comprehensive Logistics, and president of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (of S.E. Michigan), and automotive supply chain expert.
Kerry has insight and perspective from his 30 plus years in the automotive industry. Starting in accounting, and working his way thru financial management roles – he found his life path in the automotive logistics field with the creation of modeling and tracking costs and productivity for warehousing, transportation, inbound logistics and finished vehicle delivery. Kerry designed a system for inbound routing and dealer delivery that is used to this day by a major 3PL. His experience has also lead him to managing logistics engineering departments and then sales departments in tremendous business growth and innovations to the logistics field. Recently Kerry moved to 3PL – Comprehensive Logistics with headquarters in Ohio- he has been working on a shared model solution he named “teaming tiers” for several years to end frustrations in the automotive industry about changing shared solutions.

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