Dell’s Feeser joins NASSTRAC executive committee

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NASSTRAC, an industry association that provides education, advocacy and provider relations to transportation and supply chain professionals involved in all modes of transportation, announced that Marc Feeser, leader of global network supply chain strategy at Dell Inc., has been named to the association’s executive committee. He has been a NASSTRAC member since 2006, previously serving on the association’s education committee.

Feeser joins the NASSTRAC leadership team comprised primarily of transportation and supply chain executives from a wide variety of leading manufacturers and retailers. At Dell, Feeser is responsible for supply chain design and optimization for all aspects of the company’s segmented supply chain, with specific emphasis on retail. Feeser also has held supply chain and transportation leadership positions at Best Buy and Rite Aid.

“A priority for NASSTRAC today is representing its members and the North American transportation industry to oppose unwise or excessively burdensome regulation,” says Brian Everett, executive director of NASSTRAC. “Just last week, we led a delegation to Washington to meet with members of congress or their aides and discussed critical trucking issues. Feeser, with his vast experience leading transportation and supply chains at some of America’s top shippers, brings valuable information into this discussion. Our association also provides quality education to keep the marketplace informed on the issues, and offers a venue where shippers and providers can continue to build productive relationships.”