Dollar General’s executive vice president of global supply chain to retire
Dollar General’s leadership team is undergoing a change.
The retailer announced that its executive vice president of global supply chain, Mike Kindy, will be retiring, effective April 15.
Kindy first joined the company in 2008 as vice president of distribution and has served as the executive vice president of global supply chain since 2018.
“Mike’s retirement comes after an outstanding career marked by exceptional leadership in supply chain innovation and operational excellence,” said Jeff Owen, Dollar General’s CEO. “The entire Dollar General leadership team is extremely grateful for Mike’s contributions for the past 13 years. We recognize Mike’s dedication and achievements and wish him and his family the very best in this next chapter.”
Upon Kindy’s retirement, Tony Zuazo will be taking over the role, the company said.
Zuazo, who has been with the company since 2010, has served as senior director of inventory and planning systems, as well as senior vice president of inventory and transportation.
In addition, Rod West has been appointed Dollar General’s new senior vice president of distribution.
“We are always excited to announce internal promotions,” Owen said. “Tony and Rod are two outstanding leaders that each respectively bring a wealth of leadership, knowledge and experience to the supply chain team. We are confident they will help continue to drive our organization forward, and we congratulate them as they embark on new Dollar General leadership roles.”