Conagra Brands is bolstering its C-suite roster with the appointment of Alexandre “Ale” Eboli as its newest Executive Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer. Effective August 2, Eboli will succeed Dave Biegger, who is retiring from the organization at the end of the current fiscal year.
“It’s an exciting time to be joining Conagra Brands,” said Eboli. “The company offers a culture of success, an exceptionally talented employee base, and a strong portfolio of iconic and emerging brands. I look forward to bringing my expertise to Conagra to help accelerate innovation and growth.”
In this new role with Conagra Brands, Eboli will have end-to-end supply chain responsibilities for the company. According to the release, Eboli will also be overseeing the manufacturing, procurement, environment, health and safety, plant quality, logistics, and transportation and warehousing teams.
“Ale is an exceptional leader who brings a proven track record of success in strengthening supply chain operations,” said Sean Connolly, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are excited to welcome him to Conagra, and I look forward to working together to ensure we deliver exceptional value for all of our stakeholders.”
Eboli has 25 years of experience in global end-to-end supply chain leadership within the consumer packaged goods industry and has held a variety of roles in finance, planning, distribution, logistics, and manufacturing.
Prior to joining Conagra Brands, Eboli served as the Head of Supply Chain, North America for The Unilever Group, where he was responsible for overseeing manufacturing facilities and co-manufacturers producing personal care, food, and ice cream products as well as the related planning, procurement, manufacturing, engineering, logistics, quality, manufacturing excellence, and customer service functions.
As noted in the release, Eboli earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Science degree in Naval Engineering from São Paulo University.
Congratulations to Alexandre Eboli on his appointment!