The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) announced that Tony Lugg, an advisor to the board of the Supply Chain Forensics Company based in Asia, has joined the ISCPO board as it looks to expand its international presence.
Lugg is an award-winning pioneer and leader, with success in the execution of mergers and acquisitions, failure analysis, and strategic planning, who fosters global collaboration and innovation. He has previously served in association capacities working with Fortune 500 companies to build supply chain resilience and operating plans within evolving environments throughout Asia and Europe.
“Having Tony join the ISCPO board will be a tremendous value to our organization as we look to provide members with increased end-to-end resources to mitigate threats to our global supply chains. Additionally, his input and experiences will allow for better insights and awareness of trends coming out of the APAC regions for our membership. I look forward to working with Tony and having his input as we continue to grow the ISCPO.” said Rhett Asher, president and chairman of the ISCPO board.
“I’m excited to be part of a dedicated team wanting to address the issues across the whole supply chain, which are impacting the member companies and ultimately the key executives leading them. Whether it concerns conflict minerals, modern slavery, counterfeiting, customs, or trade compliance, ISCPO will be at the forefront providing members with global solutions,” said Tony Lugg. “In accepting the position, I would like to thank Chairman Rhett Asher, the founders, and board members for the trust they have shown in me, and I look forward to making a significant contribution across Asia and Europe.”
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