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Save A Lot names CEO

CEO of Save A Lot
Fred Boehler has been named CEO of Save A Lot.

Save A Lot has made it permanent.

The company named Fred Boehler as its permanent chief executive. He has been serving as interim CEO since Oct. 31, following the departure of former chief Leon Bergmann.

Boehler is a seasoned supply chain executive with more than 30 years of experience across multiple retail and wholesale format businesses, spanning both large- and small-scale companies in a wide range of growth phases. He has worked in supply chain at SuperValu, Borders, Newell Rubbermaid and most notably Americold Logistics, where he served as CEO, taking the company public in January 2018.  Boehler joined the Save A Lot board in July 2021.

“Fred’s deep expertise in the industry and his understanding of wholesale and logistics is particularly powerful for the Save A Lot brand following its shift to focus to operate as a licensed wholesaler,” said Mike Motz, chairman, Save A Lot. “He is known for developing innovative, customer-centric supply chain solutions and has demonstrated consistent leadership in delivering against a long-term vision and strategy. With his additional experience on the Save A Lot Board of directors, Fred is well suited to lead the business as it is positioned today and to partner with its strong network of retail partners across the country.”

 Save A Lot services approximately 800 stores in 32 states. The company sold off its remaining company-owned stores in August, completing its transition to being a 100% grocery wholesaler.

“I’m thrilled to join this talented team of executives and independent retailers who are deeply committed to serving customers with outstanding value and quality groceries,” said Boehler. “I believe the Save A Lot business model can uniquely deliver against the many challenges of today’s grocery industry. I look forward to working with my colleagues to deliver growth in this important service and to re-establish the Save A Lot brand as the leading hometown grocer.”

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