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Kroger Company’s Daniel Vasseur & Ft. Gillem’s Fred Bryant to present: Site Selecting 8.5 Million Square Feet

October 16, 2014  

danielvasseurDaniel Vasseur, Supply Chain Manager The Kroger Company













fredbryantFred Bryant, Executive Director

Urban Redevelopment Agency Gillem Logistics Center











Biographies: Daniel Vasseur is Supply Chain Manager for The Kroger Company.

He joined the Company in 2008 and has over 10 years of experience in supply chain logistics.  In his current role he is Kroger’s logistics liaison with P&L responsibility to four (4) manufacturing plants  and seven (7) Regional DC’s located in Huntsville, Knoxville, Myrtle Beach, Columbia SC, Macon, Savannah and Atlanta.

Fred Bryant is Executive Director of the Urban Redevelopment Agency (URA).

As part of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC), the URA of the City of Forest Park was created to transfer ownership and responsibility of the former Ft. Gillem Army Base (1941).  Identified today as the Gillem Logistics Center, the planned industrial park has been designed to accommodate over 8 million square feet of industrial space as a state-of-the-art regional distribution and eCommerce logistics hub.

Meeting Notes:
Site Selecting 8.5 Million Square Feet

The Gillem Logistics Center has been touted as representing one of the “largest industrial projects in metro Atlanta in recent years”, one that will “transform the region” (ABC June 9, 2014); while the Associated Press has indicated that Kroger’s early projections indicate direct creation of an anchor “120 new jobs over the next five years” (TFP June 13, 2014).

Please attend our networking luncheon to discover more about the Gillem Logistics Center, its development timeline and why Fortune 500 companies like Kroger are looking to Atlanta to solve their most relevant global logistics challenges.
  • Industries – Food
  • Services – Repackaging, Brokerage, Systems, Warehousing, Intermodal
Pillars – Procurement Supply Management, Warehouse Management, Demand Planning

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Registration: 11:30a - 12:00p
Event: 12:00p - 1:30p
Deadline: 10/14/2014

Pricing: Students $25.00
Members $35.00
Non-Members $55.00
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4000 Summit Blvd

Atlanta, GA 30319

October 16, 2014 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
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