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Mark Gallant is Director of Inventory Planning & Replenishment for The Home Depot Canada. In his role, he optimizes all inventory and in-stock positions across all distribution centres and stores, as well as forecasting and replenishment systems. Mark has 17 years of supply chain experience. He joined The Home Depot from Accenture, where he led the company’s Canadian supply chain strategy consulting practice. Mark holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Windsor and participates in speaking events hosted by the Purchasing Management Association of Canada (PMAC) and Canadian Transportation and Logistics (CTL), and supports various university programs designed to develop future supply chain talent.

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Biography

Mark Gallant is the Director of Inventory Planning & Replenishment for Home Depot Canada, where he was recently the Director of Transportation. Mark was previously with Accenture, leading the Supply Chain Strategy practice for Canada. He has 17 years of experience applying technology and strategic operational change.

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