PECO Pallet Appoints Former Procter & Gamble Executive as Advisor to Board

PECO names former Procter & Gamble Global Supply Chain Executive as advisor to its board.

PECO Pallet has announced the appointment of R. Keith Harrison as senior advisor to its board. Harrison previously served as Procter & Gamble’s global product supply officer, responsible for moving more than 250 of the company’s products to five billion consumers in 130 countries.

Harrison, who spent more than 40 years at Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), is noted for his experience leading large, diverse global organizations. During his tenure at Procter & Gamble, Harrison managed company-wide supply chain activities including manufacturing, engineering, purchasing, logistics and quality. He also served as a vice president and general manager of the Western Europe tissue/towel division and as vice president for product supply throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Harrison currently serves on the board for Midmark Corporation, Hayco Manufacturing and Enerfab.

“Keith Harrison is a strategy-oriented leader with vast experience driving operational improvement in supply chain management. He will be a tremendous asset to our board and will help guide PECO’s continued growth throughout North America,” said David Lee, PECO Pallet Chief Executive Officer.

PECO Pallet has increased its total pallet issues by about 30 percent every year since 2007 and continues to add top manufacturers and distributors to its North American service network, providing millions of its red wood block pallets to major grocery and consumer goods manufacturers throughout North America.

Headquartered in Irvington, New York, and maintaining over 580 service centers and manufacturing plants throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. PECO Pallet says its tremendous growth over the last decade reflects its overall commitment to providing high quality pallets and responsive customer service. PECO is a Pritzker Group company.

For more information about PECO Pallet, visit www.pecopallet.com.