Michael Glodziak currently serves as President & CEO of LEGACY Supply Chain Services. He joined LEGACY in 2013, after serving as President of Vitran Supply Chain Operations beginning in 2004. Prior to that, Glodziak served as a principal with Tompkins Associates, where he managed large supply chain re-engineering projects in Mexico, the United States, and Canada.
Glodziak has over 30 years’ of leadership experience in North American supply chain management and design, primarily serving Fortune 1000 companies sourcing from off-shore. His ability to identify and seamlessly implement flexible, dynamic solutions crafted from sound engineering principles has improved supply chain flows and significantly reduced operating costs for customers. Glodziak received his degree from Mohawk College in Hamilton in Industrial Engineering Technology.
Jim Wiesen joined LEGACY in 2016 in the role of CFO. Jim is an accomplished C-level executive with over 30 years of experience leading or working with manufacturing, transportation, and logistics companies; specializing in efforts to improve profitability and returns. He has worked on dozens of transactions directly with investors and management teams to help them achieve their objectives.
Prior to LEGACY, Jim served first as CFO and then COO for Slade Gorton, a middle-market distributor and value-add manufacturer. Earlier in his career, he worked at Coopers & Lybrand (now PwC), consulting to both Fortune 500 companies and the middle market, including manufacturers and service companies in both the consumer and industrial sectors. In this position, he focused on finance, operations and process improvement for both business and supply chain functions.
Jim received his M.B.A. from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and his B.B.A., in Economics, from Northwood University.
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