Gabrielle Tiven Brings e-commerce Expertise to LIDD

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Adding New York City presence to help growing e-commerce companies build and improve their fulfillment and distribution systems

Montreal – September 15, 2015 – LIDD Supply Chain Intelligence (www.lidd.ca) today announced that e-commerce distribution specialist Gabrielle Tiven has joined the company’s management team as a Director.

Ms. Tiven, formerly a Senior Operations Analyst at online grocer FreshDirect, and Product Manager at Kiva Systems, a subsidiary of Amazon, will expand LIDD’s e-commerce portfolio. Montreal-based LIDD is a trusted advisor to leading manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers across North America. Ms. Tiven will represent LIDD in New York City to better serve a rapidly growing roster of clients in the region.

“e-commerce is reshaping traditional supply chains and putting pressure not just on retailers but on the wholesalers and distributors that support them,” said Charles Fallon, Principal and co-founder at LIDD. “We’ve seen a significant increase in the number of clients needing help restructuring their facilities, technology and supply chains to accommodate explosive growth in e-commerce. Ms. Tiven’s unique expertise in this area will be a huge asset and a key differentiator for our firm as our family of satisfied clients continues to grow.”

Ms. Tiven holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BA from Yale. At FreshDirect, Kiva Systems, and as an independent consultant, she has designed and managed warehouses, with an emphasis on perishables. Ms. Tiven will help growing companies from a wide range of industries to build and improve their e-commerce fulfillment and distribution systems.

About LIDD Supply Chain Intelligence

LIDD provides independent, conflict-free advice to manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers to assist them in making better capital investment decisions regarding their logistics and supply chain infrastructure. We collaborate closely with clients to ensure our recommendations are firmly rooted in facts and not rules-of-thumb or gut-feels.

With a strong focus on knowledge transfer, we reduce cost and complexity by developing solutions that can be easily deployed within either new or existing operational environments. For more information, please download this article from Supply Chain Quarterly – Infrastructure: Supply Chain’s Missing Link and subscribe to our Supply Chain Intelligence Blog.

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