PARIS — In a move to better optimize its global supply chain, Puma has named Shirley Justice, 43, its general manager of global sourcing, a new position at the Herzogenaurach, Germany-based sporting goods company.
Justice will be based in Puma’s Asian headquarters in Hong Kong and report to chief financial officer Michael Lämmermann, until a new chief executive officer has been appointed.
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Justice joins Puma from Nike, where she was most recently director of sustainable manufacturing and sourcing materials. A U.S. citizen, Justice boasts 25 years of international experience in sourcing and supply chain related positions.
She will be responsible for all of Puma’s global footwear, apparel and accessories sourcing activities.
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