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December 02, 2021 | 3:00 AM GMT
US data centre operator Cologix said that Nathan Hazelwood joined the company as Chief Strategic Sourcing and Procurement Officer.
Over the past 18 years, Hazelwood has been an industry leader in supply chain by forging new ways of procuring that’s led to a change in how manufacturers and end-users benefit together.
He was responsible for overseeing development projects, establishing corporate standards, building procurement departments, setting overall strategic sourcing strategies, creating robust supply chains and fostering strategic partnerships.
Hazelwood holds a BS in Construction Management from Purdue University.
Dawn Smith, Cologix President and Chief Operating Officer, said: “Nathan’s industry and leadership experience will enable us to strategically elevate and execute our key sourcing initiatives to support our hyperscale edge data centre growth.”
Hazelwood added: “I am thrilled to join Cologix to lead supply chain, vendor management and all sourcing initiatives for the company.
“I have spent the last two decades in the data centre industry, and I look forward to building off that experience to provide best-in-class solutions to meet the sourcing needs of Cologix’s current and future customers.”
Cologix operates facilities across the US and Canada in Ashburn, Columbus, Dallas, Jacksonville, Lakeland, Minneapolis, Montreal, New Jersey, Silicon Valley, Toronto, and Vancouver.
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