Lief’s Dir. of Supply Chain Management Jeo Montoya is featured in Nutrition Industry Executive
The supply chain faces constant struggles amid the growing demand for supplies and raw materials as ongoing disruptions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic remain and other hurdles, such as freight issues and driver shortages. Jeo Montoya, Lief’s Director of Supply Chain Management, shares his thoughts and advice in an article for Nutrition Industry Executive. Jeo explains the importance of being adaptable and implementing internal procedures, including in-house transportation systems (TMS) to help combat freight and transportation issues and forecasting tools to manage inventory.
Effective quality management relies on collaborative efforts up and down the supply chain and across organizations. Quality and control are always a priority at Lief, and when facing supply chain challenges, we also continue to re-emphasize quality control and increase staff and resources to better support quality tasks where needed.
– Jeo Montoya, Lief Labs’ Director of Supply Chain Management
He also emphasizes the duty that companies in the dietary supplement industry have to use these challenges as growth and learning opportunities. It will not only contribute industry growth, but it is also a social responsibility to deliver high-quality products to consumers.
Read the full article in the Nutrition Industry Executive.