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Daniel Krassenstein

Procon Pacific

Global Supply Chain Director

Dan is a global supply chain executive with 40 years of international manufacturing and logistics experience.

Dan earned his Master’s degree in Global Supply Chain Management from USC Marshall, is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and is an adjunct professor at CSULA & UCLA - with a focus on Operations Management and Asia Supply Chain.

As Global Supply Chain Director for Procon Pacific (industrial packaging), Dan is responsible for production facilities throughout India China and Vietnam. Dan’s career has included positions in Shanghai, Taipei, Jakarta, Panama, Mexico City and the USA, in industries ranging from ocean container carrier management to forwarding to contract manufacturing.

Dan serves on several boards including AmCham Shanghai, US DOS Overseas Security Advisory Council and the USC Marshall Global Supply Chain Center, writes for industry journals and is a frequent supply chain guest lecturer.

A 10-time marathoner and education philanthropist, Dan believes that a work-life balance is indeed very healthy.

Sessions With Daniel Krassenstein

Monday, 27 February

  • 04:40pm - 05:25pm (PST) / 28/feb/2023 12:40 am - 28/feb/2023 01:25 am

    The Logistics Implications of Sourcing Shifts

    China’s market share of total U.S. containerized imports has been declining slowly for several years, and now hovers around 40 percent, as labor-intensive manufacturing has gravitated to lower-cost countries. But now a new and more elevated sense of risk over COVID-19 lockdowns and geopolitical uncertainties has led to growing urgency among companies to de-risk long-haul supply chains by turning to new sources of production, whether to Western Hemisphere countries or elsewhere in Asia. This session will examine this phenomenon and its implications for corporate supply chains based on original data and analysis.