Kenco Appoints Steve Perry As VP, Human Resources, Kenco Management Services

Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Steve Perry
Steve Perry
Kenco, a leading provider of distribution, transportation and supply chain intelligence solutions, announced the executive appointment of Steve Perry as vice president, human resources, Kenco Management Services. 

“Steve is a career HR professional with more than 25 years experience in both human resources and operations at top global supply chain companies,” said Scott Mayfield, president, Kenco Management Services. “His skills and experience include building advocacy, business development, change management, labor relations, leadership development, and mergers and acquisitions. Steve will be a great addition to our team.”

Mr.
Perry was most recently vice president of HR with Exel (DHL Supply Chain). Prior to that, he held various positions within Exel and at United Parcel Service (UPS). He holds a BS degree in communications from the University of Memphis, and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).


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