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Posted by April 11, 2016

Wilson Appointed to US Supply Chain Committee

Melzie Wilson (Photo: Mallory Alexander International Logistics)

Melzie Wilson (Photo: Mallory Alexander International Logistics)

Melzie Wilson, VP Compliance for logistics provider Mallory Alexander International Logistics appointed to the committee by Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker

Melzie Wilson, Vice President – Compliance at Mallory Alexander International Logistics, has been appointed to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Advisory Committee on Supply Chain Competitiveness (ACSCC).
Wilson, who has worked for Mallory Alexander for close to 23 years and is a Board Member of the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA), was appointed to the ACSCC by Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker.
ACSCC members advise the Secretary of Commerce on the necessary elements of a comprehensive, holistic national freight infrastructure, and a national freight policy designed to support U.S. export growth, foster national economic competitiveness, and improve U.S. supply chain competitiveness in the domestic and global economy.
“Through the group we will be able to provide detailed policy advice, as well as information and recommendations to the Secretary of Commerce to improve the domestic manufacturing, distribution and export of U.S. products,” Wilson said.
Wilson joins her first ACSCC meeting this month and will serve on the Committee until November 2017. She has also been appointed to serve on its Trade and Regulatory Sub Committee and its Freight Policy Movement Sub Committee.
“Melzie’s experience in the supply chain industry will be an important resource to me and to the work of the ACSCC as it advises me on the development and administration of programs and policies to strengthen the competitiveness of US supply chains,” Pritzker said.
“President Obama and I have highlighted on various occasions how reducing inefficiencies and barriers in the U.S. supply chain infrastructure is critical to the success of making our U.S. companies more competitive and America’s economic growth more sustainable.”
In addition to the NCBFAA, Wilson is also a member of the Customs and Border Protection Trade Support Network (TSN), the Customs Electronic Systems Action Committee (CESAC) and the Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC).  
She is a Licensed Customs Broker, a Certified Customs Specialist and a Certified Export Specialist.  
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