Alain Morey retires from Triumph

Alain Morey is retiring from the Swiss lingerie brand Triumph. He has served as CEO of the Supply Chain division since March 2015 and is also a member of the company’s Global Management Board. However, Morey will stay on as a consultant to Triumph during 2017 to ensure a smooth transition for his successor.

Alain Money is retiring. - Triumph
Jan Hilger will be the interim CEO for the company division until a replacement can be found. Hilger has many years of experience in the apparel industry and in supply chain management for labels such as Hugo Boss, PVH and many other international companies. He is regarded as an expert in process management.

Alain Morey joined Triumph In December 2012 as a Global Head of Quality for raw material and merchandise procurement, after which he was promoted in March 2015 to his current position. During this time, Morey was responsible for the strategic roll out of his "Supply Chain Change Program". He optimized the Triumph supply chain and achieved an effective competitive advantage in a changing industry.

Triumph is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of underwear. The products are available in over 120 countries under the Triumph and Sloggi brand names. The company sells to 40,000 major customers worldwide and has 3,600 points of sale as well as several own online shops. The Triumph Group employs nearly 25,000 people and generated sales of CHF 1.58 billion in 2016.



Translated by Susan Spies

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