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Glen steps up at SpotSee

Impact monitoring equipment manufacturer SpotSee has appointed Dale Glen as vice president of supply chain. 

Dale Glen, Vice President of SpotSee.

In this role, Glen is responsible for directing and coordinating supply chain processes, procurement, production and resource planning. Other responsibilities include the enforcement of safety standards, managing customer demand and establishing supplier relationships.

Glen previously served as director of supply chain at SpotSee and has 24 years of experience in manufacturing, quality control, plant management and supply chain optimisation. Before joining the company in 2012, Glen was a materials manager at General Cable Corporation.

SpotSee’s range of products, including ShockWatch, ShockLog, SpotBot, OpsWatch, and WarmMark, monitor shock, vibration, temperature and other environmental conditions. In HLPFI’s July/August 2018 edition, the manufacturer explained how its impact monitoring solutions can mitigate the risks of damaging high-value cargoes during transit. You can read the full article here

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