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Mary Kay Names Thomas Cho Chief Supply Chain Officer

March 5, 2014

Mary Kay Inc.: appointed Thomas S. Cho as chief supply chain officer. In his new position, Cho is responsible for end-to-end supply chain operations including supply chain strategy, manufacturing, research and development, engineering, procurement, distribution, planning, transportation, inventory management and quality.

As Mary Kay Inc. continues to expand worldwide, Cho will determine the appropriate assets, footprint and network to support global operations while making supply chain a competitive advantage for the company. 

Cho joins Mary Kay from Transilwrap Company Inc. in Franklin Park, IL, where he held the position of chief operating officer. Prior to Transilwrap, he served as the chief operating officer at Cosmetic Essence Innovations (CEI), a third party provider of personal care products.

Cho’s broad leadership experience also includes positions at United Plastics Group, Trend Technologies and Space System Loral.  
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