In the LPM podcast, Maurizio Scrofani, director of global supply chain asset protection safety for The Home Depot, discusses how his company adapted new ways to receive and process freight while keeping everyone safe in this new Covid-19 environment. Supply chain expert Chuck Forsaith describes changes transportation companies have made to ensure timely movement of goods from ports to DCs to stores during the pandemic. And, Rhett Asher, president of the International Supply Chain Protection Organization, outlines the goals of the organization, their views on current events, and how you loss prevention and supply chain practitioners can link with them to stay connected in this fast-moving environment. Listen to the podcast above or watch the on-demand webinar here.
Maurizio Scrofani, CCSP, LPC, GB6S, is director of global supply chain asset protection safety for The Home Depot. He is a well-known supply chain expert who has written and presented extensively on retail logistics strategies and technology, including as contributing author for LPM. Most recently, Scrofani held executive positions with ALTO Assurance, Macy’s, and CargoNet.
Chuck Forsaith joined the Healthcare Distribution Alliance (HDA) in November, 2017, after 16 years working for a pharmaceutical manufacturer and 21 years of service as both a New Hampshire municipal and state police officer. He now serves as vice president of HDA’s Pharmaceutical Cargo Security Coalition where he directs and disseminates supply chain security intelligence and education.
Rhett Asher is president of the International Supply Chain Protection Organization, a non-profit professional association connecting members from manufacturing, retail/wholesale/e-commerce, distribution, risk management/legal, law enforcement, and logistics. He is also co-chair of the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention and vice president of strategy at ThinkLP.