Todd Steffen joins as managing director of supply chain and logistics

 Todd Steffen

Colliers International | Chicago today announced industry veteran Todd Steffen, 46, has joined the firm as Managing Director of Supply Chain and Logistics. As part of the firm’s Supply Chain & Logistics Consulting group, Steffen will lead supply chain consulting services for the Midwest & Northeast regions.

“We are pleased to welcome Todd to the Colliers International team,” said Gregory Healy, Head of Supply Chain and Logistics Consulting. “Our team of seasoned supply chain leaders is helping companies nationwide advance their supply chain capabilities to improve business performance.  Companies wishing to compete more aggressively by leveraging Supply Chain & Logistics as a strategic differentiator have an insatiable need for accelerated and innovative strategies coming from people with Todd’s level of experience and skill.”

With nearly 25 years of experience, Steffen will work with Colliers industrial brokers to provide supply chain consulting services ranging from strategic capability assessments and development to operational guidance on inventory management, transportation, procurement, and omni-channel distribution network optimization. Colliers Supply Chain & Logistics Consulting group helps clients align supply chain strategy & execution with their company business objectives.

Prior to joining Colliers, Steffen served as the senior vice president of supply chain transformation at Newell Brands, where he focused on distribution and transportation optimization as well as development of the optimal network design across a $15 billion portfolio of more than 130 brands. Steffen also previously held senior Supply Chain & Transformation leadership roles at Walgreens Boots Alliance, and worked as a senior manager in the Management Consulting Practice at Cap Gemini and EY.

Steffen holds a bachelor’s degree in Operations Management and information systems from Northern Illinois University as an Evans Scholar. He has also completed the Leadership Development Program at the Chicago Management Institute, which is housed within the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.