McDonald’s Announces Leadership Change in North American Supply Chain
McDonald’s Announces Leadership Change in North American Supply Chain

McDonald’s has announced that Bob Stewart, Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer for North America, will retire effective October 1, 2024. Cesar Piña, currently Corporate Vice President of Global Strategic Sourcing for Food and a member of the Global Supply Chain Leadership Team, will succeed him.

Bob Stewart has dedicated 30 years to McDonald’s, playing a key role in digitalizing the supply chain and managing significant challenges. His leadership and commitment have been instrumental in maintaining high standards of supply chain excellence.

Cesar Piña will take over as Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer for North America this fall. He is expected to continue the progress made in enhancing supply chain resilience and ensuring that customers receive reliable and trusted food products.

Cesar Piña has been with McDonald’s for 10 years, contributing to meaningful changes in the global supply chain. His industry experience and collaborative approach make him well-suited to lead the North American Supply Chain team. 

Cesar has made significant contributions across his 10-year McDonald’s career to drive meaningful change to our global supply chain and the System at large, and there is no doubt that he is the right leader to carry forward McDonald’s priorities. His extensive industry experience in driving business results matched with his strong learning aptitude and passion for advancing a culture of collaboration makes him uniquely suited to shepherd the North America Supply Chain team into the future,”Marion Gross, EVP, Global Chief Supply Chain Officer.

 
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