Adam Hall is currently Vice President of Transportation for L’Oréal North America. He joined the organization in 2018. Mr. Hall has twenty-two years of international and domestic supply chain experience that includes transportation, distribution, international logistics, and customs compliance management roles in leading retail, consumer products, industrial manufacturing, and third-party logistics companies.
Mr. Hall is a veteran of the US Navy, former Army Reservist, and Peace Corps Volunteer. He received his Bachelor of Arts in International Economics and Cultures from Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts. He lives in Cranford, New Jersey, and Edmonds, Washington with his wife and two children.
A decade ago, freight transportation sustainability initiatives started to take shape at global multinational shippers. But the impact of those initiatives tended to be moderated by the realities that shippers continued to prioritize rates and service over greener options. Shippers also faced a lack of products to truly measure the environmental impact of their supply chains, not to mention the direct and indirect service providers upon which they relied. But a lot has changed. Some shippers are laser-focued on carbon neutrality and they are bolstered by a burgeoning array of tools from software providers and 3PLs to help them measure those impacts. This session with the head of transportation at the world’s largest beauty care company will focus on what shippers can do to truly change the nature of logistics sustainability.