Global management consulting firm Kurt Salmon is pleased to welcome Benjamin Zheng as a managing partner in its Asia Pacific Retail and Consumer Group.

Mr. Zheng brings over 20 years of supply chain and logistics experience, having led initiatives in supply chain management, operations excellence, strategic transformation, e-commerce business modeling and digital strategy for companies worldwide. In his role with Kurt Salmon, he will be responsible for leading the practice and growing its market share in Greater China by further developing and integrating a portfolio of solutions and capabilities with retail strategy and adapting them to the rapidly evolving Asia Pacific region.

“It’s an incredible opportunity to combine my experience and expertise with Kurt Salmon’s long-term commitment to China and contribute to a leap forward in the industry,” Mr. Zheng said. “I look forward to participating in Kurt Salmon’s continuous innovative effort in omnichannel offerings and to driving new growth in the increasingly complex Asia Pacific marketplace.”

A truly international executive, Mr. Zheng has aided companies headquartered in and doing business across China, Singapore, Japan, Australia, the United States of America and other markets. He has also held positions as chief information officer and head of the Asia Pacific supply chain process for a multinational conglomerate, giving him an insider’s perspective of the challenges Kurt Salmon’s clients face.

“Ben’s global supply chain experience, combined with his expertise in all things digital and his truly international perspective, makes him uniquely positioned to drive organizations’ successful omnichannel initiatives both locally and globally,” said Madison Riley, managing partner of Kurt Salmon’s Asia Pacific Retail and Consumer Group. “As the industry grows increasingly international, from sourcing to selling to fulfillment, he’ll be invaluable both to our team and to clients pursuing complex, forward-looking business goals.”

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