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Ryder Appoints Tim Fiore Chief Procurement Officer

| March 2, 2018

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Ryder System, a leader in commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions, announced the appointment of Timothy R. Fiore to the position of Chief Procurement Officer.

Fiore is a member of Ryder’s Leadership Team and is responsible for Ryder’s global procurement organization across all three Ryder business divisions: Fleet Management Solutions (FMS), Dedicated Transportation Solutions (DTS), and Supply Chain Solutions (SCS).

“We are happy to welcome Tim back to the Ryder team,” said Ryder Chairman and CEO Robert Sanchez. “Tim has driven significant results over the course of 35 years, leading procurement organizations at large global enterprises, including previously being Ryder’s CPO from 2002 to 2005. With his strong leadership and process focus, I am confident Tim will build on our success.”

During his time at Ryder, Fiore and his team were instrumental in improving the supplier selection and management process that resulted in more cooperation with Ryder’s key suppliers for vehicle, vehicle support, and fuel activities. Additionally, the team’s activities addressed all sectors of Ryder’s supply chain by championing a fact-based, data-driven process to establish future key supplier relationships.

Over the course of his career, Fiore also served as the Chief Procurement Officer of ThyssenKrupp NA where he was responsible for developing and implementing ThyssenKrupp’s first consolidated North American supply management program. Additionally, he has held senior supply management roles at Terex Corporation, Celanese Corporation, and United Technologies Corporation.

Fiore holds a master’s degree in business administration with a technology focus and a master’s in management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

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