Union, N.J. – Bed Bath & Beyond continues to add to senior leadership, most recently with a new chief supply chain officer tasked with strategic sourcing and reconstructing the company’s global supply chain.
Juan Guerrero will be responsible for modernizing supply chain operations as the company improves the omnichannel shopping experience. In addition to sourcing, he will also play an important role in the introduction of an array of owned brands as well as securing faster, more efficient delivery through an optimized store fulfillment network, and driving profitability improvements through the supply chain.
He will lead a cross-functional team to improve the company’s logistics proficiencies and rebuild supply chain infrastructure systems, while leveraging data and analytics to transform and optimize technology, procurement expenses and network operations.
He reports to John Hartmann, chief operating officer and president of buybuy Baby.
Prior to joining Bed Bath & Beyond, Guerrero led the supply chain and merchandising teams at FleetPride. Prior to that, he was chief global supply chain officer at Bloomin’ Brands, where he managed a complete supply chain transformation to enhance productivity and cash flow for the global restaurant company. He also previously led the supply chain function at Office Depot and held senior global logistics and supply chain roles at Starbucks Coffee Company, where he oversaw a logistics network that supported over 16,600 retail and licensed locations.
Mr. Guerrero said, “I am thrilled to join Bed Bath & Beyond and play my part in accelerating this iconic company’s omni-always transformation. Together with the leadership team, we expect to improve operational performance with strategic relationship management, responsible procurement, and targeted investment to deliver for our customers the truly differentiated array of products they want, when they want, where they want.”
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