Sergio Retamal is President, and Founder of Global4PL, a supply chain software, and execution company that help companies reduce their cost and achieve their full operational potential. Sergio Retamal is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Global Supply Chain Leader Group.
Mr. Retamal possesses significant experience leading the planning and implementation of complex global supply chain networks, presenting and teaching his findings, and advancing the study and practice of supply chain management:
- Global4PL was listed as one of 22 Pros-To-Know by the 2007 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine.
- Awarded the 2005 Executive of the Year by the International Transportation Association.
- Global4PL was listed as one of 16 companies to watch by the 2006 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine.
- 2006 Winner of the TEN Award underwritten by the AT&T Foundation
- He has led global logistics for a number of Fortune 100 companies and his successes have been publicly recognized.
- He is a regular speaker in domestic and international forums.
- He has taught logistics and held board positions for the California State University system.
- Chairman for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals - San Francisco.
- Bay Area World Trade Center, Member of the Board of Directors - Oakland, California.
Current Global Supply Chain Leader Group (GSCLG). Chairman of the Board of Directors, and Co-Founder of
Current Bay Area World Trade Center -Member of the Board of Directors, Oakland, California.
Former Professional Association of Importer and Exporter- Member of the Board of Directors, San Jose, California.
Former California State University, Northridge - Member of the Board of Advisors, Supply Chain Program.
Past Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals-President for the San Francisco Chapter.
Mr. Retamal holds a masters degree in change management from Pepperdine University 's Graziadio School of Business and a masters in business administration in international business from California State University, Northridge. He also holds a bachelor of science in international business from California State University.