Supply Chain Sustainability Lead Arc'teryx Equipment Inc.
Shapeshifting in the sustainability field
Adrianne says she’d like to relate her story as a forever-idealist searching to merge her skills and passion in a way to find the intersection that addresses real needs in the world. She has discovered that when purpose meets passion there is the possibility of continuous evolution.
Adrianne Gilbride is the Supply Chain Sustainability Lead for Arc’teryx Equipment Inc.
Arc’teryx is a Canadian outdoor high-end clothing and sporting goods company founded in North Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1989.
The name and logo of Arc’teryx refer to the Archaeopteryx, among the earliest known birds. The logo, designed by graphic designer Micheal Hofler, is based on the “Berlin specimen”, a fossil of the bird, the most complete skeleton found to date.
As of 2018, Arc’teryx owns and operates 32 brand stores globally, with these key cities: Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, New York, Seattle, Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo, London and has a retail presence in key resorts of Vail, Chamonix, and Whistler. There are 16 brand stores in North America; 5 in Canada. Their distribution goes through more than 3,000 retail locations in 40 different countries.
In British Columbia, Canada, the Global headquarters and the design centre are located in North Vancouver close to their manufacturing facility called ARC’One, located in New Westminster. There are Overseas teams located in Munich, Shanghai and Tokyo.
There are more than 900 employees in North America (not including retail, sales representatives and dealer services) and more than 1,000 employees globally.
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