CalAmp Adds Nathan Lowstuter As Senior Vice President Of Global Supply Chain And Operations
CalAmp, a global technology solutions pioneer transforming the mobile connected economy, today appointed Nathan Lowstuter as senior vice president of global supply chain and operations, bringing over 20 years of supply chain and operations experience. Lowstuter joins the executive team to manage CalAmp’s global supply chain to further elevate the efficiency, quality and on time delivery of its products and services to its customers.
Lowstuter previously worked at Proterra Inc., a leading innovator in heavy-duty electric transportation, where he developed the supply chain and quality strategy, infrastructure, and management operating system to enable over 500 percent business growth. The foundational period of his career was spent at large Fortune 100 companies such as Honeywell, Boeing and FedEx and he has worked with emerging technologies in automotive, aerospace and solar. As CalAmp continues to scale globally, Lowstuter’s innovative and diverse on-the-ground experience will bring streamlined operational processes across the company’s global subsidiaries.
“We’ve been building out the executive team over the past few months and Nathan will prove to be another instrumental executive contributor. I couldn’t be happier to have him aboard,” said Jeff Gardner, president and CEO of CalAmp. “Nathan’s large enterprise background and deep supply chain, logistics and Six Sigma Black Belt expertise makes him an invaluable addition as CalAmp continues to scale globally and accelerate our transformation as a high-value SaaS mobility provider.”
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“I am excited to help take CalAmp and our customers to the next level with a collaborative leadership approach,” said Nathan Lowstuter, senior vice president of global supply chain and operations at CalAmp. “My goal is to drive measurable results and improve CalAmp’s operations by building in the flexibility to meet customer needs while also increasing quality, efficiencies and production in our supply chain.”