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SCSI Announces New Quality Division Manager, HR Manager

5 June 2013
General News

Supply Chain Services International, LLC (SCSI) is pleased to congratulate Keith Tanner on his promotion to AQS Division Manager and welcome Tony Comella as Human Resources Manager.

keith-tanner-quality-subject-matter-expertTanner steps into the role of AQS Division Manager, overseeing SCSI’s quality solutions division.  Tanner started as an auditor in 2004 and has steadily grown through several other functions including  Lead Auditor, CMM Programmer, Technical Services Manager, Project Manager, Training and Development Manager, and Site Manager.  He graduated from Illinois State University with a bachelors degree in Industrial Technology, and further continued his education through the American Society of Quality (ASQ) achieving certifications as a Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE), Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA), and Certified Quality Inspector (CQI).

“Keith’s promotion is a testament to SCSI recognizing hard work, talent and leadership as well as a recognition of his experience, skills and attitude.  We’re certain he’ll propel SCSI into another successful year and beyond,” Josh Hartman, U.S. General Manager, said.

tony-comella-scsi-hr-managerComella brings with him more than 29 years of experience in managing people, finances and operations.  With a Master of Business Administration in Organizational Development from Bradley University, he has used his business knowledge and lifelong love of learning to driving innovative and results driven leadership.

“Tony brings a wealth of HR experience to this important position overseeing every aspect of our talented human capital,” Hartman said. “He’s a welcomed new asset to our leadership team.

Supply Chain Services International, LLC (SCSI), headquartered in Peoria, IL, is a global, experienced provider of supply chain management and quality process services, including containment, logistics, engineering  and quality inspection.  Founded in 2001 as a result of a need to assist global companies manage their supply chain and logistics, SCSI currently employs over 600 people worldwide.

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