The typical material handling and logistics manager is a white male in his 50s, living in the Midwest, with more than 30 years of experience in the industry, and working for a manufacturer of industrial machinery. He is in a corporate/executive management role, has a four-year degree, has been with his current company for 6-10 years, and did not earn an annual bonus last year.
But as this special report will make clear, there's nothing “typical” about the people who devote their careers to material handling and logistics.
Although the MH&L 2013 Salary Survey offers plenty of statistics, data can only paint a partial portrait. This exclusive report goes further, revealing the joys, the frustrations and the inner thoughts of material handling and logistics managers throughout the country.
Click the links below for all of the MH&L 2013 Salary Survey information, including a slideshow and a video!