- The Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines (SCMAP) has elected its board members for 2021, led by Pierre Carlo Curay as president
- The new board’s term will start on January 1, 2021
The Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines (SCMAP) has elected the members of its board for 2021.
Pierre Carlo Curay of XVC Logistics will assume the presidency of the organization at the beginning of the new year, after being named president-elect for 2020. He will hold the role until the end of 2022, pursuant to the organization’s by-laws.
Joining him in the Board of Directors are Alipio Bernardo IV of Personal Collection, Amante Aguilar of Del Monte Philippines, Cesar Lusanta Jr. of Zuellig Pharma, Christine Pardiñas of Robinson’s Supermarket, Dennis Llovido of Nestlé Philippines, Jess Sarmiento of PLDT, John Wayne Maravilla of Johnson & Johnson, Mark Anthony Laguna of P&G Philippines, and Roselie Tubeo of Unilab.
The members of the 2021 board were chosen through elections held online from November 9-25, 2020. All official representatives of SCMAP’s corporate members were eligible to be elected, unless they specifically requested otherwise.
In the coming days, the directors will select among themselves who will assume the positions of vice president, secretary, treasurer and auditor.
The new board’s term will start on January 1, 2021.