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FM LOGISTIC announces the appointment of Eric Duboille as e-commerce Expertise Director

France

Eric Duboille has been appointed, as of 18 March 2019, e-commerce Expertise Director for FM Logistic France, a leading international supply chain player.

In this role, his mission is to reorganise the IT infrastructure and develop the e-commerce branch of the company to allow customers to access the various e-commerce channels and develop their omnichannel strategy.

 

Faced with a full technological change in the supply-chain due to rapid developments in consumption and distribution patterns, Eric Duboille brings a 360° expertise in e-commerce to FM Logistic France. Thanks to his many skills, his mission is to design the IT systems architecture to manage e-commerce logistics operations, develop new technical solutions and ensure, with FM Logistic’s teams, internal monitoring (putting together commercial offerings, managing and optimising investments, reporting, automation, etc.), and externally (product traceability, sales events management, etc.).

 

For FM Logistic, the objective is to strengthen its e-commerce expertise to continue to deploy with its customers multi-channel approaches based on B2B activities already undertaken by FM Logistic with the following customers: Brother, JDE, Revlon, etc. In fact, customers' e-commerce activities will benefit from a stock shared with B2B, from the flexibility of XXL platforms that pool human and technical resources, thus offering the responsiveness and flexibility essential for e-commerce consumers. 

 

Eric Duboille, a graduate of the Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC), is a qualified engineer. He began his career with Tokheim Sofitam (from 1991 to 2002), where he was successively, development engineer, project manager and then head of the development team. From 2002 until 2018, he joined Alpha Direct Services (ADS) as IT and technical director, Beauvais site director, and then as managing director. Following the acquisition of ADS by the Rakuten Group, he spent a year in Tokyo, at the Rakuten Logistics subsidiary, as head of the IT and technical division.