Detroit’s Little Caesars has named Glen McIntosh, a vice president with more than 25 years of supply chain experience, as its new chief supply chain officer.
McIntosh, who will report directly to the CEO, will mainly lead supply chain strategies for the company, which includes overseeing purchasing, replenishment, transportation, warehousing, distribution, international supply chain, and exports.
David Scrivano, president and CEO of Little Caesars, says he is optimistic that McIntosh will create and execute “innovative, time and cost-saving strategies” that benefit franchisees and ensure the quality and value of products.
“With his experience and leadership abilities, Glen will help support our continued growth all over the world,” says Scrivano.
McIntosh takes the role with more than two decades in supply chain experience, having worked in the supply chain sector of the food and automotive industries. He was most recently vice president of distribution operations at Blue Line Foodservice Distribution, a division of Little Caesars.
He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and a graduate of the University of North Texas, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management.
Like Scrivano, McIntosh says he is excited to assume the role as the company continues to expand internationally, creating new supply chain opportunities.
“I am looking forward to further developing and leading efficient and robust supply chain efforts, making it possible for Little Caesars stores around the globe to serve customers a delicious, fresh product with industry-leading convenience and value,” says McIntosh.
Little Caesars was founded by Mike and Marian Ilitch in 1959. Today, it has stores in every U.S. state as well as 27 countries and territories.