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Carpenter Named CEO at GS1

April 24, 2009
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The Board of Governors for Lawrenceville, N.J.-based GS1 US has elected Robert W. Carpenter as the not-for-profit organization’s new CEO, effective May 10.

Previously, Carpenter served as senior vice president of business and strategic development for ARAMARK International, a $4 billion revenue division with locations in 22 countries. In that position, he led acquisitions and strategic development in verticals such as healthcare, business and industry, and refreshments.

GS1 US, one of 108 country-based affiliates of GS1, a global standards organization, aims to help businesses adopt and implement standards-based, global supply-chain solutions, it says.

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