Speaker and trainer
With 30 years of experience on several continents (Europe, Canada and the Middle East), Albert has an extensive expertise in international Logistics, both in the industry (manufacturing and engineering) and in the service (international forwarding and customs brokerage). He has worked and participated in more than 100 projects around the world and has a global vision of Logistics within the supply chain. He advises clients on a range of logistics services that generate opportunities through continuous improvement initiatives, strategic logistics innovation and supply management.
After emigrating to Quebec in 1997, he has worked for several international freight forwarders before taking the step towards the Industry. National Logistics Director for 26 divisions, he is actively involved in the global overhaul of air and ocean logistics activities for this internationally renowned electrical manufacturer. The implementation of a global air/ocean program, innovation in the technological tools used and the implementation of a customs compliance program are only a few examples that characterize its avant-garde vision.
Joining a world-renowned engineering firm as a global logistics manager in support of major projects, he is gaining expertise in procedures and processes, governance and workflows. Albert develops among others new tools (automatic freight calculator and total landed cost calculator) but also a business intelligence and tailor-made training. He actively represents the procurement function on corporate risk evaluation committees. His transfer to an operational division as Procurement manager gives him the opportunity to demonstrate his true leadership abilities but also to further develop his skills in project management.
Albert Fingercwajg is recognized for his positive leadership and his transparent, constructive and respectful professional relationships. Inhabited by the desire to offer high-level services, he is distinguished by the quality of the results obtained beyond his clients’ expectations.