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Mallick to lead Del Monte Foods’ supply chain transformation

March 31, 2020
Food & Drink

Ashish Mallick has been named chief supply chain officer at Del Monte Foods Inc.

He joins the company from Pinnacle Foods, where he was vice president of supply chain strategies and manufacturing transformation. Before that, he was director of global operations at household products manufacturer Church & Dwight Co., Inc. He also brings experience leading engineering and manufacturing services at The Dannon Co.

In his new role, Mr. Mallick will oversee all manufacturing, transportation and logistics, supply and demand planning and engineering at Del Monte Foods.

“Ashish brings tremendous supply chain experience to Del Monte Foods and will help lead our transformation efforts and the execution of our asset light strategy,” said Greg Longstreet, president and chief executive officer at Del Monte Foods. “Our supply chain continues to be at the heart of what we do at Del Monte and Ashish will help us continue our tradition of excellence as we modernize and contemporize our supply chain systems, structure and process.”

By Sam Danley

Source: Food Business News

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