Carhartt names new vice president of business planning
Workwear fashion brand Carhartt has appointed Kerry Middlemas as vice president of business planning.
Reporting to Carhartt chief operating officer Linda Hubbard, she will be responsible for delivering demand plans and inventory strategies across the global merchandise assortment and business unit segments. This will also involve leading the demand planning, merchandise/inventory planning, and planning operations departments,
Hubbard said: “With an increased demand for our hardworking gear, it’s more important than ever that we ensure we have the inventory available to meet our consumers’ needs. I’m pleased to welcome Kerry to our team and I’m excited about the valuable forecasting and planning contributions she will make to our organization as we lead Carhartt into the next frontier.”
Middlemas has joined the business from Tupperware Brands where she was vice president of forecasting and planning. Prior to that, she spent 17 years in senior positions at VF Corporation where she worked with brands such as The North Face and Nautica.
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