DSC Logistics, a leading logistics and supply chain management provider and a CJ Logistics company, announced the promotion of Michelle Dilley to Chief Operating Officer (COO), marking an important continuation of the company’s leadership and transformation strategy.
As DSC’s Chief Supply Chain Transformation Officer for over two years, Dilley led the vision for the DSC operating platform of the future and implemented strategic initiatives to deliver continuous improvement. Now as COO, Dilley continues to lead the company’s transformation initiative and is directly responsible for DSC’s logistics center operations, which include more than 50 logistics centers nationwide, spanning over 23 million square feet. She will also lead DSC’s packaging services operations, and continues to have responsibility for engineering, safety and security, quality, business process integration, performance excellence, and operations training.
“Michelle has made pivotal contributions to our customers and our company,” says Ed Bowersox, president of DSC Logistics. “With expertise in both operations and procurement, her passion to create customer value drives tangible results. We look forward to continued momentum and operational excellence under her leadership.”
Dilley’s promotion signals continuity of DSC’s leadership platform following the company’s joining with CJ Logistics, the Global SCM Innovator, in August 2018.
“Michelle’s leadership will be instrumental to advance new developments in supply chain innovation,” says Keun Tae Park, CEO of CJ Logistics. “We are implementing several applications of TES (Technology, Engineering, Systems & Solutions) across the DSC U.S. network in 2019, which will play an important role in operations transformation.”
Before joining DSC, Dilley served as Senior Vice President, Operations at LaSalle Bristol, LP from 2014 to 2017, where she was accountable for supply chain operations throughout the United States and Canada. From 2009 to 2014, she served as Vice President, Supply Chain at Ascension Health, a non-profit health system, where she led the supply chain business transformation and operational redesign. Dilley started her career at Whirlpool Corporation, where she served in a variety of roles, including General Manager, Global Indirect Goods & Services Sourcing from 2005 to 2009. Dilley serves on the Board of Directors for STAG Industrial, Inc., a real estate investment trust (REIT) focused on the acquisition and operation of single-tenant industrial properties throughout the United States. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan.