Greg Sheen named as CJ Logistics America new Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Greg Sheen has joined CJ Logistics America, a leading logistics and supply chain management company, as Chief Information Officer (CIO).

As CIO, Sheen has a key role in realizing the organization’s vision to lead as The Global SCM Innovator. In close collaboration with the company’s leaders, customers and strategic technology partners, he has responsibility for accelerating information technology, cloud and cyber security platforms as critical points of competitive differentiation and thought leadership. The role of CIO reports to Ed Bowersox, CEO of CJ Logistics America.

Sheen has over 25 years of experience driving transformative strategic and operational change across complex organizations and diverse industries. He is a multilingual (English, Japanese, Korean), culturally astute leader with a strong working background across Asia Pacific, Europe and North America.

Sheen’s previous positions include Executive Director and Chief Technology Officer for Consulting Services Asia, Vice President for Japan, Korea and Asia Pacific at Oracle Corporation, and Global Vice President for ABB’s Enterprise Software Group across Asia, Europe and the Americas. He has a Bachelor of Education in Industrial Technology from The University of Newcastle, Australia.

“In addition to onboarding exceptional talent, we will continue to invest in technology and information systems that drive and enable supply chain strategy,” CEO Ed Bowersox said. “It’s a very exciting time for our company. Greg’s expertise is coming at exactly the right time to accelerate innovation.”

The company, formerly DSC Logistics, recently announced its rebranding as CJ Logistics on March 2, 2021. With a major emphasis on innovation and continuous improvement, CJ Logistics acquired DSC Logistics to expand its North American platform which now includes over 80 locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico, including warehouses, transportation, freight forwarding and corporate offices.

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