With more than 19 years of consulting and industry experience, Mr. Lombardo has served clients across multiple industries, including aviation operations, durable and consumer goods, automotive, distribution and logistics, pulp and paper, retail, homebuilding and specialty chemicals. He has developed supply chain improvement programs focused on transforming operational performance for clients and delivering results. Mr. Lombardo has performed numerous process and technology alignment projects, developed enterprise system strategies and implemented enterprise-wide ERP applications. Recently, he was part of a post-merger integration team, where he led the supply chain and field integration of two logistics services companies. On this assignment, he was primarily responsible for managing the consolidation of overlapping field locations, which included the evaluation of both physical and financial attributes of all the locations, and the movement into existing or new facilities.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Lombardo was with the Business Architecture and Performance practice of Perot Systems Corporation. While there he focused on diagnosing business problems, developing plans to affect positive change and implementing business transformation projects. He also performed operational and application due diligence related to outsourcing advisory initiatives. Previously, Mr. Lombardo was a Senior Manager with Andersen Business Consulting, where he managed and performed a variety of supply chain and technology-related projects, including demand and supply planning, manufacturing planning and supply chain execution.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Lombardo worked with a global supplier of automotive systems and parts to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). He gained significant experience in business process analysis and reengineering, manufacturing methods development and cost management. In addition, he led multiple strategic projects and the implementation of enterprise business systems.
Mr. Lombardo earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.