Sullivan Named Senior Vice President at EveryWare Global
EveryWare Global has appointed Michael J. Sullivan to serve as senior vice president of Product Supply and Technical Innovation.
EveryWare Global has appointed Michael J. Sullivan to serve as senior vice president of Product Supply and Technical Innovation. Prior to joining EveryWare Global, Sullivan held a number of progressively responsible supply chain positions with Berkshire-Hathaway and Procter & Gamble (P&G). Most recently, he was director of global supply chain operations for the Duracell business line, and associate director of the Walmart Retail Supply and Operations business line. Sullivan served as associate director, India and Southeast Asia Product Supply from 2005-2009, optimizing P&G’s supply chain, building three factories, and synchronizing global and local operations. He also held global and North American supply chain management positions for multiple P&G home care lines of business headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“EveryWare Global is committed to returning to sustained, profitable growth,” said Patrick Lockwood-Taylor, CEO. “Key elements of success include the strategic overhaul of our end-to-end supply chain, from sourcing through manufacturing, warehousing and logistics. Michael is a proven leader with more than 25 years of global consumer goods manufacturing and supply chain experience, with an outstanding track record of innovation, organizational leadership and results. We are delighted to welcome him to our leadership team.”
“EveryWare Global is at a truly transformative stage, with new leadership and direction applied to a 100-year heritage of know-how, iconic brands, and a strong asset base,” said Sullivan. “I am eager for the challenge of improving supply chain operations, reducing costs and optimizing the customer experience in partnership with smart, creative, and dedicated people throughout the company.”
Sullivan holds bachelor’s of science in chemical engineering and history and humanities from Carnegie-Mellon University, and is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.