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    Culver's Promotes Mark Nachreiner to Head of Supply Chain

  • Industry News August 27, 2018

    Mark Nachreiner has been promoted to vice president of supply chain management for Culver Franchising System, LLC. (CFS)

    Nachreiner has nearly 30 years in the foodservice industry including his past 15 years of supply chain management experience with Culver’s. He most recently served as the organization’s director of supply chain for furniture, fixtures and equipment. When Nachreiner arrived at Culver’s in 2003 the chain had 215 restaurants. Today the chain spans over 670 restaurants in 24 states. Prior to joining Culver’s, Nachreiner spent 14 years with Sysco Food Services; providing supplier support to Culver’s and other restaurant chains.

    In his new role Nachreiner will be responsible for the strategic leadership of Culver’s supply chain in key areas such as food distribution, equipment consolidation, quality assurance, facilities management and developing strong business relationships with our suppliers and franchisees.

    “I couldn’t be more proud of what Mark has accomplished in his 15 years with Culver’s,” says chief operating officer Jeff Bonner. “He strives for perfection and is truly committed to our franchise community. Mark’s leadership style and detailed knowledge of supply chain needs will blend perfectly with our long term objectives and franchise success metrics.”

    “I am thrilled and extremely grateful to have this opportunity with an organization I am passionate about,” says Nachreiner. “I am very proud to be part of the Culver’s organization and look forward to working with our CFS team, franchisees, their team members and our suppliers in this new and exciting role.”

    Nachreiner replaces Greg Schneider who left the organization earlier this year.

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