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Global Logistics Development Partners Announces Dr. Daniel Lynch as New Supply Chain Partner
Dr. Dan Lynch joins Global Logistics Development Partners Leading Supply Chain US-Canada/St Lawrence Seaway Area. GLDP works with public and private entities to define market growth opportunities and new infrastructure finance solutions.
By: Adam Wasserman
February 11, 2012
Global Logistics Development Partners
Announces New Partner Leading
Supply Chain US-Canada/St Lawrence Seaway
Global Logistics Development Partners announced yesterday that it has expanded its team with the addition of Dr. Daniel Lynch as a Partner. This strategic addition enables GLDP to offer an even more comprehensive and very senior in-house expertise to its public and private sector clients across a range of disciplines that are critical to defining global logistics-driven investment projects. Dr. Lynch joins GLDP in a key role as Supply Chain Director US-Canada and St Lawrence Seaway.
Filling a market niche in the space at the center of economic development, global logistics, evolving supply chains and infrastructure, GLDP offers a unique set of services that help to define project investment opportunities for key infrastructure at emerging and growing logistics hubs in North America and Europe Dr. Lynch joins a corporate team that offers advice in: global logistics, supply chain management, economic development, project finance and infrastructure development. In the supply chain area, Dr. Lynch will be working with Dr. Arnold Maltz who leads GLDP’s Supply Chain US-Mexico and Transcontinental practice. GLDP is profiled below.
Dr. Daniel Lynch – Supply Chain Director US-Canada and St Lawrence Seaway
Daniel F. Lynch is a recognized expert in trade and supply chain issues having served as Director of the Centre for International Trade and Transportation at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and previously at Michigan State University.
Dan is an expert in North American supply chain issues and his research includes: global supply chain alliances, supply chain & marketing strategy, e-commerce, transportation and sustainability. Dan’s executive education and consulting include companies such as:, UPS, MASCO Corporation, Clipper Windpower, Steelcase, Siemens, and Conway/Menlo Logistics. Dan’s publications have appeared in many professional journals and frequently speaks international conferences.
Dan received his Ph.D. in Marketing and Logistics from the University of Arkansas, his M.P.A. from the University of Colorado-Boulder and his B.S. degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University
About Global Logistics Development Partners
Global Logistics Development Partners is a purpose-built international investment advisory firm that is focused to help develop business assets, economic development and strategic infrastructure in emerging and growing trade and logistics hubs. With a delivery-oriented team in North America and Europe and extensive business relationships in the logistics, investment and supply chain world, GLDP offers a unique blend of senior expertise who are expert in key disciplines required for today’s changing global trade and investment environment. GLDP works at and around seaport regions, at airports and at inland logistics hubs.
With senior hands-on practitioner expertise in global logistics, supply chain analytics, logistics-driven industrial development, railroad and motor carrier operations and strategy, port and terminal management and operations, economic development and project finance, GLDP is well-positioned to create value for public and private clients. GLDP derives strength from an international perspective which brings knowledge and hands-on experience from around the globe.
GLDP boasts a comprehensive range of products for port authorities, economic development organizations, private investors and industrial companies to help unlock investment growth. GLDP is unique in that it offers far more than "third-party consulting" advice, in that it specializes in project delivery in terms of developing financing solution strategies from public and private sources. GLDP believes that the key to this for most will be the attraction of risk capital, public and private. GLDP has close working relationships with key partners in the engineering, private equity, legal services and public-private partnerships areas.
For more information
Please contact Adam Wasserman at +1 623 341 0602 or at email@example.com
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Global Logistics Development Partners is a purpose-built investment advisory firm that is focused to help develop business assets, economic development and strategic infrastructure in emerging and growing trade and logistics hubs.
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