Sept. 18, 2012
-- READING, PA – Fortna, the professional services firm that helps the world’s top brands solve their complex distribution challenges, announced today that Andrew Breckenridge will assume the position of Executive Vice President. Breckenridge will lead Fortna’s global sales, branding and business development functions. Breckenridge previously served as Vice President of Sales.
This new position was created to reflect and support Fortna’s continued strong global growth and the desire to further leverage its experience in delivering successful business transformation engagements across all markets served.
Prior to joining Fortna, Breckenridge’
s 25-year career within the global supply chain space has included a number of executive management positions for market leading organizations in consulting, technology and operational environments.
“I am excited by the opportunity to build on the strength of our client partnerships as we grow Fortna’s global footprint,” said Breckenridge. “We look forward to meeting the continued strong demand for innovative, business-case-
driven distribution solutions that improve our clients’ competitive advantage.”
“Our focus on client service and continued growth requires us to increase the scale and global coverage for our go-to-market efforts,” said John White, President of Fortna. “We are excited to have Andrew lead these efforts and leverage the strength of our existing sales, branding and business development teams.”
About Fortna Inc. http://www.fortna.com
For over 60 years, Fortna has partnered with the world’s top brands – companies like ASICS, O’Reilly Auto Parts and MSC – helping them improve their distribution operations and transform their businesses. Companies with complex distribution operations trust Fortna to help them meet customer promises and competitive challenges profitably. We are a professional services firm built on a promise – we develop a solid business case for change and hold ourselves accountable to those results. Our expertise spans supply chain strategy, distribution center operations, material handling, supply chain systems, organizational excellence, and warehouse control software.