ATLANTA, March 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — National DCP (NDCP) Chief Executive Officer Scott Carter has been named to the prestigious 2017 Food Logistics‘ Champions: Rock Stars of the Supply Chain List. NDCP is the $2 billion supply chain management company serving the franchisees of Dunkin’ Donuts. For three consecutive years, Food Logistics has recognized influential individuals in the food supply chain industry whose achievements, hard work, and vision have shaped and attained milestones in safety, efficiency, productivity and innovation throughout the global food supply chain.

With more than 25 years of extensive experience in business strategy, supply chain innovation and management, Carter leads the company’s overall business strategies focused on transformation, effective processes and sustainable growth. He played a major role in helping NDCP evolve from five separate operating companies into a nationally unified cooperative. Under his leadership, NDCP has generated over $340 million in cumulative savings for members, made significant improvements in service performance and launched an unprecedented business and IT transformation.

Carter joined NDCP in 2009 as a consultant and board member, becoming CEO in 2013. He previously worked as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Supply Chain Associates, LLC, a leading management consulting firm that provides global business strategy for top performing companies whose supply chains are critical components of their operations. Carter has served as a strategic advisor to numerous Fortune 500 companies throughout his career. He has also held executive roles with CHEP a Brambles Company, Coca-Cola, Inc., Ernst & Young, LLC, McDonalds Corp., and UPS.

Scott Carter and other recipients of the 2017 Food Logistics’ Champions: Rock Stars of the Supply Chain award will be profiled in the March 2017 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at

About National DCP

National DCP, LLC (NDCP) is a $2 billion supply chain management company serving the franchisees of Dunkin’ Donuts. They provide comprehensive business solutions including food, beverages, supplies, packaging, technology and healthcare to more than 8,900 Dunkin’ locations in the U.S. and customers in 51 countries. Each year, NDCP purchases more than 100 million pounds of coffee, 112 million pounds of sugar and 24 million gallons of milk, and drives 30 million miles delivering approximately 75 million cases of product to Dunkin’ stores. The organization was formed as a membership cooperative following the successful merger of five different operating companies in 2012 to support Dunkin’ Brands’ growth and expansion plans. NDCP won the 2015 Supply Chain Pioneer Award from Partnership Gwinnett for innovative supply chain management practices and was ranked #28 on the 2016 InformationWeek Elite 100 List.

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