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    Supervalu/TLC Adds New Executive

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Duane Sizemore has joined Total Logistic Control (TLC), a unit of Supervalu here, as e.v.p./business development. In his new post Sizemore will oversee all business development initiatives for the rapidly expanding supply chain services company. He will report to Peter Westermann, TLC c.o.o.

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Duane Sizemore has joined Total Logistic Control (TLC), a unit of Supervalu here, as e.v.p./business development. In his new post Sizemore will oversee all business development initiatives for the rapidly expanding supply chain services company. He will report to Peter Westermann, TLC c.o.o.

    "Duane's strong business development expertise, industry knowledge, and operations background make him an ideal candidate to lead our business development efforts," said Westermann. "He's also a strong leader with the ability to assemble and field a winning team. I believe his presence will elevate our trajectory and keep us positioned for continued growth in our core markets."

    Prior to joining TLC, Sizemore was v.p./retail/consumer goods business development with UPS Supply Chain Solutions, for which he built a new business pipeline in excess of $585 million.

    Sizemore's extensive logistics career began in 1984 in operations with Frito-Lay, where he rose to become manager of logistics field support for an 18-state area, followed by stints as region distribution manager for Baxter Healthcare Corp and director of logistics with Petrolite Corp. Sizemore also held executive roles with Georgia Pacific Corp. and Breuners Home Furnishings Corp. before joining UPS Supply Chain Solutions.

    Sizemore has a degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., and is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).

    TLC, the independent 3PL unit of Supervalu, is focused on the CPG/retail sectors and delivers source-to-shelf supply chain solutions for some of the industry's largest companies.

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