Rick Jordon is a Senior Managing Director in the Business Transformation practice, focusing on performance improvement. Mr. Jordon specializes in operations and revenue growth within transportation and logistics. He has more than 25 years of global supply chain and logistics experience, providing clients with a worldwide viewpoint and insights to drive continuous improvement and operational value enhancement. His expertise overlays numerous industries, including telecommunications, consumer goods, grocery and retail, industrial and oil and gas.
Mr. Jordon brings a unique perspective of combining a full understanding of shippers’ operations and requirements blended with logistics providers’ viewpoints to offer clients powerful insights into business improvements and value. His expertise also includes leading strategic sourcing and procurement initiatives, selecting and implementing new technology, leading major capital expenditure projects and post-merger integrations, as well as assisting clients to create strategic supply chain plans to ensure cost alignment with growth forecasts.
Over his esteemed career, Mr. Jordon has held multiple interim management roles, such as interim chief commercial officer for a U.S.-based expedited and transporting provider, chief restructuring officer for a midsized refrigerated trucking company and interim global head of logistics and supply chain for a large international bakery.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Jordon was Chief Operations Officer of Americas Logistics for Panalpina. Before that, he held leadership roles at AlixPartners, ICG Commerce/Accenture, Manugistics, BDP International and FedEx.
Mr. Jordon holds a B.S. in supply chain management from Syracuse University and an M.S. in international logistics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a member of the Association for Supply Chain Management, the American Trucking Association, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, the International Air Transport Association and the International Warehouse Logistics Association.