Binswanger Taps New Supply Chain, Logistics SVP

Ron Link will work with the Advisory Services team to expand the supply chain capabilities for the company, enhancing Binswanger's engagement with clients early on in the strategy and design process.
Ron Link, Biswanger

Binswanger has appointed Ron Link as its senior vice president of supply chain and logistics. Link will work with the advisory services team to expand the supply chain capabilities for the company.

Link brings more than 35 years of experience to his new role, with knowledge in distribution, material handling systems, supply chain systems, transportation and building design. His skills will assist in enhancing Binswanger’s capabilities to engage with clients early on in the strategy and design process.

Before joining Binswanger, Link serves as senior vice president of logistics for CVS Health, operating 11,072 retail stores, 8,143 retail pharmacies, 1,695 Target pharmacies and 18 distribution centers across the U.S. Prior to that, he served in various operations and management positions with Wakefern Food Corp. Link has a degree in business and economics from Edinboro State University and is a member and contributor to the RILA Operating Committee, as well as Supply Chain 50.

Binswanger means business

The firm has a busy start to 2018, closing several deals within the first few months. In March, the company marketed the former Randalls grocery warehouse/distribution center in Houston, on behalf of the seller, Albertsons Cos. Crow Holdings Industrial purchased the 70.2-acre facility that includes 398,000 square feet of grocery/dry warehouse space, 119,500 square feet of perishable/cooler warehouse space, 113,200 square feet of frozen warehouse space and 6,200 square feet of office space.

Prior to that, Binswanger represented Federal-Mogul Corp. in the sale of a 200,350-square-foot industrial building in Orangeburg, S.C. The new owner, Ecomelida, plans to expand the property, located at 2084 Rowesville Road, by about 496,600 square feet.

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