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TranSystems Hires an Executive for Management and Supply Chain Practice
William R. Nowak has joined the company to lead the Industrial Engineering/Time Study area.
Toledo, Ohio - TranSystems, an industry leader in providing complete solutions to the supply chain and transportation challenges of its clients, recently announced that William R. Nowak has joined the company to lead the Industrial Engineering/Time Study area for the firm’s management and supply chain consulting (MSCC) group. Nowak brings over 15 years experience in the supply chain industry, specializing in classical industrial engineering, data analysis/profiling, material flow/process analysis, materials handling and storage equipment planning, logistics network optimization, labor rate estimating and standard development, space and layout planning, dedicated transportation design and WMS/RFID technology selection.
“Will’s experience in working in all facets of the manufacturing, distribution and retail process domestically and overseas is a great asset for us and our clients,” said Scott Pribula, President of the MSCC line of business for TranSystems. “His past history shows that he can identify the means to solve supply chain issues quickly and identify new revenue streams for our clients.”
Nowak will manage projects such as logistics optimization, distribution center layout, operations and consolidation, and transportation system re-engineering, using a multitude of specialized software skills. He has worked extensively with clients such as Tandy Brands, FedEx and other large-scale, national retailers.
Nowak earned a BS from Clemson University and is a member of the Warehousing Education and Research Council. He can be reached at (972) 888-2530 or email@example.com
TranSystems’ nearly 1,100 professionals in more than 40 offices throughout the U.S. provide a broad range of services to all sectors of the supply chain and transportation marketplace. Service areas include architecture and engineering, strategic planning and management, supply chain, real estate and security consulting. TranSystems’ ability to meet the broad list of challenges facing its clients anywhere in the world rests firmly on the modal expertise, technical disciplines and consulting services gathered into one integrated business entity. Learn more at www.transystems.com.