Vice President Global Materials, Logistics & Demand Planning
Greg Toornman is the Global Vice-President of Materials, Logistics, and Demand Planning at AGCO Corporation based in Duluth, Georgia.
AGCO, with revenues of over $9.4 billion in 2018, is a global manufacturer of farm equipment. As the Global Vice-President of Materials, Logistics, and Demand Planning for AGCO Corporation, he is responsible to lead the transformation of AGCO’s Global Materials and Logistics functions into an integrated and innovative global organization providing a competitive advantage in the global market place.
Greg has global functional responsibility for all of AGCO´s Materials and Logistics Management across 53 assembly and manufacturing sites. Globally Greg leads a team of 450 salaried and 2,150 hourly team members. AGCO’s award-winning supply chain team has been received a number of awards. In 2016 the German BVL Supply Chain Innovation Award, in 2017 the European Logistics Association’s 2017 Supply Chain Innovation Gold Medal, and in 2018 winning the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing’s (CFLP) China Automotive Logistics 2018 Innovation Award. AGCO's Global Material Management functions have delivered an innovative and globally integrated network that delivers a competitive advantage in the global market place. Greg assumed his current role in September 2012, after three successful transformational assignments within AGCO´s Global Purchasing organization from 2004 thru 2012; Previous AGCO assignments were based in Brasil, Switzerland and the United States. Greg joined AGCO Corporation in November of 2004. Prior to joining AGCO Greg served with CIENA Corporation in Baltimore, Maryland as the Senior Director of Global Supply Chain, PACCAR´s Kenworth Truck Division in Kirkland, Washington as the division Director of Materials Management, Peregrine Corporation in Toronto, Canada, and Nippondenso Corporation in various Operational and Materials Management roles. Greg has been serving on the Western Michigan University Integrated Supply Management (ISM) programs executive council since 2012. The WMU ISM program is highly recognized on a global basis resulting from the programs innovative approach in developing supply chain talent. Greg received a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Marketing and Operations Management from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1992 and continued further development at Emory and Stanford University Executive Leadership programs.