In his new role, Graniewicz is responsible for leading and growing Penske’s supply chain business. He will be based in Saltillo, Mexico.
“Mexico has been an important market for us for more than 20 years,” said Bill Scroggie, senior vice president of international operations for Penske Logistics. “We continue to invest in our people and resources to serve our rapidly growing customer base. Alex’s addition to our team is an important investment for our Mexico business. His logistics expertise in the local market will be a great asset in further building upon our reputation as a leading provider of supply chain solutions.”
Graniewicz holds a degree in international business from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico. Prior to joining Penske, he held logistics and operations roles in Mexico with Expeditors International, DHL, and most recently Fondo de Transporte Mexico where he served as chief operating officer.
Graniewicz replaces Penske’s former managing director of Mexico Michael Casidy, who has accepted a new assignment in the United States.
Penske Logistics provides a variety of solutions to shippers in Mexico, including: cross-border support for shipments, transportation management, distribution centre and warehouse management, lead logistics, cross-docking, in-plant material follow-up and many others.