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Unprecedented advancement in technology are driving 10x capability in manufacturing and supply chain. How transportation sector players respond will define the winners and losers in the coming decade.

Kevin R. Custis

EY Global Transportation Industry Leader

Passion – helping clients reimagine possibilities enabled by exponential capabilities that are rapidly shifting from theory to reality. Priority – time with family and long-course endurance training.

Kevin is a Senior Partner with Ernst & Young LLP serving as EY Global Transportation Industry Leader and EY Global Coordinating Service Partner on several strategic accounts. He has over 25 years of experience leading innovative global transformations while serving clients across the US, Europe and Asia.

Kevin advises clients on application of emerging capabilities in the formation of new strategies to improve exponential potential. For his clients, he seeks to match EY capabilities with the business needs of the clients. Kevin focuses with his clients and EY team members on helping to maximize measurable value creation.

He has significant experience in business strategy, emerging technology/digital business, customer experience design and business process management.

Kevin graduated with an MBA from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and a BE in Electrical Engineering  from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

How Kevin is building a better working world

“Helping teams and individuals reach their full potential is my purpose. For the last 20 years, we have been in an era of increasing potential – and this has never been more true than in 2020. We know more about health and well-being, insight and automation, energy and global ecosystem design – and the outlook is amazing. These shifts in technology and ecosystem design are enabling 10x shifts in supply chain resiliency and optimization. I am excited to help clients realize their full potential against this exciting innovation backdrop.

What’s possible from a global supply chain optimization and the role global transportation leaders take in accelerating this shift is the new battlefield. To succeed in this new world of transportation leadership, incumbents must transform at unprecedented speed. I’m happy to contribute my skills toward making a world where businesses can thrive and society can reap the rewards through smarter solutions.”