2009 Top 25 Supply Chain Executives

The Global Supply Chain Review is proud to present and honor the recipients of the 2009 Top 25 Supply Chain Executives Award. This award is presented to those who have made exceptional contributions to the Supply Chain Management industry and within their respective organizations. The recipients were selected by the Global Supply Chain Leaders Group (GSCLG), based on your nominations and by the GSCLG Board of Directors.

We are honored to present the 2009 Top 25 Supply Chain Executives Award winners below, and invite you to enjoy their individual biographies.

Scott Brown
Manager, Supply Chain Analysis & Design
Plexus Corporation

Scott Brown has more 28 years of Operations, Materials and Supply Chain experience, at Plexus, and previously with OshKosh B'Gosh. Mr. Brown was a past speaker at three APICS international Conferences, the APICS Atlantic Coast Symposium, and local APICS Chapters. He was responsible for the global strategic direction of Supply Chain analysis, design, and operational capabilities, tactical deployment of Supply Chain analysis and design tools, development of the research and science behind all Supply Chain tools including OPDM (optimal procurement and deployment modeling), and ISLM (inventory service level modeling) at Plexus.

He provided Plexus with the capability to quantitatively and qualitatively optimize customer supply chains to enhance ROIC and customer service to required levels at the same time. He provided insight into aspects of supply chain design as they impact Plexus procurement, manufacturing, and fulfillment processes. Mr. Brown was also the principal architect for development of all Supply Chain tools used at Plexus.

Mr. Brown is the recipient of the Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine "Pro-to- Know" Award in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. He also received an award for his work at Plexus on Supply Chain and Inventory Optimization tools and strategies.
Greg Bryan
Executive Vice President, Transportation
AmeriCold Logistics
Greg joined AmeriCold in May of 2002 and is responsible for Americold's Transportation group and the National Customer Service Center.

Prior to joining AmeriCold, Greg served as the General Manager of Transportation at Ryder Integrated Logistics where he was responsible for leading Ryder's 3rd Party non asset based global transportation group. During his tenure, the annual transportation buy grew to over $1.5 billion annually. Prior to his tenure at Ryder, Greg held key management positions in the startup of LogiCorp, a logistics management company later purchased by Ryder. He has also held key leadership positions in transportation at Ford New Holland and Union Carbide.

A native of Pennsylvania, Greg holds a Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Masters of Business Administration degrees from the Pennsylvania State University.
Didier Chenneveau
Chief Supply Chain Officer
LG Electronics Inc.
As the Chief Supply Chain Officer (CSCO) for LG Electronics, Didier Chenneveau has global responsibility for the company's supply chain management. He is based at LG's headquarters in Seoul, Korea.

Before joining LG in 2008, Mr. Chenneveau was Vice President of Americas Operations for HP's Imaging and Printing Business, based in San Diego, USA. He has also worked for HP in Europe,

running its Consumer PC business as well as serving in various financial and operations management roles. Prior to HP, Mr. Chenneveau worked for Caterpillar.

Didier Chenneveau is a native of France and citizen of Switzerland. He is an alumnus of EMLyon and INSEAD. He is and a board member of EPCglobal.
Jeff Chiu
Vice President of Compliance
Jeff Chiu is Vice President of Compliance at Global4PL, a logistics consulting and execution company that helps companies reduce costs, improve compliance, and achieve their full operational potential. Jeff heads all import / export engagements and is a recognized expert in the compliance field. He is a licensed US Customs Broker and possesses over 13 years of experience in import/export operations and compliance, with emphases on internal CBP and BIS audits, commodity classification, tariff engineering, trade programs, rulings and training.

Jeff's past roles involved managing and executing import and export operations for companies such as Cost Plus World Market, MyCustoms, Inc., Coppersmith, Inc., Clearfreight, Inc., and Tower Group International, Inc. He is one of the few professionals in the country who has implemented C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism), ISA (Importer Self-Assessment), ACE (Automated Customs Exchange), CCATS (Commodity Classification Automated Tracking System), VAT (Value Added Tax - EU), remote filing, and alternative recordkeeping programs. As an expert and mentor in the import / export field, Jeff has developed and conducted extensive training on a broad range of import and export compliance topics for merchants, vendors, and buying agents. His expertise also extends to commodity and rulings-specific training. His speaking style is engaging and he has the ability to make dry subjects interesting for his audiences.
Billy Crotty
Senior Vice President of Supply Chain Management
Superior Communications Inc.
As Senior Vice President of Supply Chain Management, Billy Crotty oversees Superior Communications' Sourcing, Procurement, and Product Development departments. One of his primary responsibilities involves cultivating and maintaining relationships with OEM and ODM partners to ensure both customers and consumers are provided with the most complete accessory solutions. Billy joined Superior in 2007 and brings over 20 years of experience in supply chain management , sales , bus ines s development, engineering, strategic planning, and product management. Prior to joining Superior, he served as COO at Cellon International, a leading mobile handset design company based in China.

Graduating from UCL Ireland with a Bachelors of Science degree in Production Engineering, Billy went on to earn an MBA from the Babson School of Business in Wellesley, Massachusetts. During his spare time, Billy's enjoys playing golf, sailing, and is an avid fan of rugby.
JB Delaney
Director of Supply and Demand
Infinera Corporation
As Director of Supply and Demand, JB Delaney is responsible for the company's global supply chain and logistics operations, including order fulfillment, import / export, supply planning, and international / domestic transportation.

Mr. Delaney has over 20 years experience in supply chain and manufacturing. Before joining Infinera in 2007, he held various senior leadership positions in consulting, operations, professional services delivery, and product management at companies such as Brocade Communications, Sun Microsystems, CSC Consulting, and Ingersoll-Rand.

Originally from Connecticut, Delaney resides with his wife, Nora, in San Jose, CA. He holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration.
Tom Golden
WW Trade Compliance Manager
Verigy Inc.
Tom Golden possesses over 25 years of supply chain management experience, specializing in Logistics and Trade Compliance startups and operations. He began his career with Hewlett- Packard in the Santa Clara Valley, operating several business related logistics warehousing solutions, before joining the Inkjet Printer startup in Vancouver, Washington. He later went on assume responsibilities as Hewlett-Packard's WW Trade Compliance and Logistics Risk Assessment Program Manager where he and his team were responsible for conducting multi business group trade and regulatory assessments in support of a $60B a year, enterprise platform function.

For the past 8 years Tom served as a WW Logistics and Trade Compliance Manager at Agilent Technologies, followed by his new role, after Verigy's spin off from Agilent, as Verigy's WW Trade Compliance Manager. Originally from the west coast, Tom now lives and works in the Hilton Head South Carolina area, along with his wife Terry. Tom holds a Bachelors Degree in Operations Management as well as being certified as a professional accountant.
Cristián A. Godoy
Supply Chain Planning Manager
Laboratorio Chile S.A.
Cristián A. Godoy is the Supply Chain Planning Manager at Laboratorio Chile S.A., a pharmaceutical company based in Chile. Cristián is in charge of the Planning Deputy Management, Production Control and Delivery and Consumables Warehouse are as . He administrates and plans 1,500 presentations and more than 8,000 items, combining different strategies, having as objectives the Company's strategic pillars.

Under his direction, he has broken several production and supply records including more than 95% of medical samples per monthly cycle, 93% of monthly commercial necessities, and unresolved invoicing at minimal levels and several records in the productive areas allowing the time

improvement and the subsequent decrease in costs. Mr. Godoy is also responsible for the system application development that has substantially decreased cycle time of the plant to exceptional levels.
Michael A. Grier
Senior Manager of International Logistics
Michael A. Grier is the Senior Manager of International Logistics for Avon Products. He is responsible for all inbound air, ocean and Customs compliance operations for North America and is based in their US Center of Excellence located in Rye, NY. Mike oversees a portfolio of carriers responsible for moving Avon's Non-Beauty goods into the US, Canada, and the Caribbean Markets.

He joined Avon in 1991 as a management trainee and has held numerous roles in Customer Service, Sales Operat ions, Inventory Management, Supply Chain and most recently, Logistics. Mike has been recognized with numerous company awards, is a frequent speaker at industry events, and was recently announced as the Canadian Industrial Transportation Association's 2008 Supply Chain Executive of the Year.

He is a proud father of two, and enjoys skiing, golf, and reading when not commuting between his home in Montreal, Quebec, and his office in New York.
Roger Deaton
Director, Telematics Supply Chain
Laird Technologies
Since 1986 Roger Deaton has dedicated his professional career to developing and improving supply chains from early in his career in the US Navy, through his own business, and currently with Laird Technologies' Telematics Division.

Laird Technologies is a $1.3 billion provider of industry-leading electronic systems and component solutions. Telematics sales are 75% tier-one automotive; the rest support the fastgrowing M2M (machine to machine) market - using Wi-Fi/Wi-Max, Bluetooth, cellular, and other developing RF protocols.

Mr. Deaton has a keen sense in developing talent and is often put in global supply chain management positions. Currently, Roger Deaton oversees and directs the global contract manufacturing, component supply base, logistics, Laird factories, research and design sites, and warehousing in Asia, Europe and North America.

Roger has risen quickly through the ranks at each of his career positions by developing and implementing best practices in procurement, logistics, warehousing and commodity strategies. Most recently with Laird Technologies he led the team to rapidly deploy S&OP and implementation and integration of Lairds first global ERP system (QAD). These programs have saved the company valuable time and money by bringing visibility and transparency to the entire team.

Mr. Roger Deaton currently holds a BA in Law from Columbia College and will earn his MBA in September from the University of Phoenix. Roger has held the CPP certification through IOPP and is a member of ISM.
John Ferris
Vice President of Operations
Force10 Networks, Inc
John Ferris is a seasoned operations and finance professional with over 20 years experience in high technology environments. John initially joined Force10 as the senior finance employee, at which time he implemented the company's ERP system and basic financial and administrative systems. Upon assuming responsibility for Operations, he led the group from the introduction of the initial product through rapid growth. Through supply chain management, process and quality effort and logistical improvements the company saw significant margin improvements. John holds an MBA from Kellogg Graduate School and a BA from Cornell University
James R. Kellso, P.E.
Senior Supply Chain Master
Intel Corporation
Jim has over 37 years of supply chain and industrial engineering experience. He has worked for 16 years in Industrial Engineering automation and consulting and the last 21 years at Intel in a variety of automation and supply

chain positions. He holds an industrial engineering degree from the University of Michigan. He has been a licensed professional engineer for over 30 years and holds the title of Senior Supply Chain Master at Intel and Senior Supply Chain Management Professional from the CSCMP.

Last year, Jim co-led the Low Cost Supply Chain program at Intel and has just recently returned from his third sabbatical. Jim's passions include education, supply chain integrated strategy, and the ability to use analytics to solve complex supply chain problems.

Jim has 11 children, 13 grandchildren (soon) and enjoys horseback riding, tractor time at the ranch, and being at the ranch in general.
Jim Macaulay
Global Procurement Officer
Steelcase Incorporated
Jim Macaulay is the Global Procurement Officer for Steelcase, the global leader in the office furniture industry. Steelcase provides furniture, services and insights to help people have a better work experience. Jim joined Steelcase in 1993 as Vice President, Controller and later served as Vice President, Supply Chain Management for Steelcase North America before assuming his current role as Global Procurement Officer. Jim graduated from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in 1984. He worked at PepsiCo from 1984 to 1989 and at Carlson Companies from 1989 to 1993 before joining Steelcase in 1993.
Valentine E. Manfrin
Logistics & Supply Chain Manager
Louis Vuitton Latin America & south Africa
Mr. Manfrin started his career at Caterpillar, Macrosa del Plata, planning the maintenance and repairs of mining trucks and machines at Bajo la Alumbrera mine in Argentina. He then had production planning experience at Interpack (joint venture with Tetra Pack) where he was involved in the implementation of a program to optimize the production planning process of the factories. In 2002 he joined Louis Vuitton Latin America and South Africa occupying several

positions in the Supply Chain department. In 2005 Mr. Manfrin moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil and is now the Logistics and Supply Chain manager, head of department for Latin America and South Africa region managing 23 stores in 10 different countries. During his work at Louis Vuitton, he participated in the implementation of Brazil and Mexico distribution warehouses and in the optimization of the whole supply chain by reducing lead-times and improving product availability at stores.

Mr. Manfrin graduated from Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA) as an Industrial Engineering, and holds a post graduation degree in Integrated Logistics Management from Universidad del Salvador and Georgetown University Washington DC (joint degree). He has recently completed his studies for an Executive MBA at Insper Business School.
Michael A. Massetti
Vice President, Supply Chain
Advanced Micro Devices Incorporated
Michael joined AMD as Vice President, Supply Chain in December, 2008. Michael is responsible for global supply planning, inventory management and control, order management, fulfillment, and the supply chain management infrastructure program.

Michael came to AMD from Tekelec where he was Vice President, Global Procurement & Quality since August 2006. In that role, Michael led a centralized global team covering all spend categories and managed all contract manufacturing, OEM hardware, and software. He drove the transformation of procurement from transactional-based to an advanced sourcing function - achieving double digit cost reduction, delivery performance, and quality improvements, while reducing cost of poor quality by over 50%.

Michael began his career in 1979 at IBM's Microelectronics Division where he started in mixed signal integrated circuit development. He built IBM's first field applications organization in 1993 as IBM entered the merchant semiconductor market. Michael's final position with IBM was Senior Program Manager for the PowerPC product line.

Michael received his BSEE from the University of Notre Dame in 1979. He received his MSEE (1984) and MBA (1987) from the University of Vermont. Michael completed NTL's Mastering Executive Leadership, GAP leadership training at Lucent, Dell's Executive Leadership Program, and Strategic Marketing at the University of Michigan. Michael has been a guest lecturer at the University of Texas (Program Management) and Rutgers University (Supplier Relationship Management) and has spoken at several conferences on supply chain topics.
Patrick McGivern
Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain & Operations
VeriFone Incorporated
Patrick McGivern is the Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain Operations, with responsibilities for management of VeriFone's end-to-end supply chain functions, including sourcing, manufacturing, and end customer fulfillment and service.

Mr. McGivern joined VeriFone in 2005. Previously he was with Palm, Inc., for six years, where he worked to scale the supply chain to support over $1B in sales and launch industry leading consumer and wireless products. Earlier, he was with Motorola for more than 10 years in successive operations positions.

He graduated from Michigan State University's Eli Broad business school with a BA in Materials Logistics Management.
Shekar Natarajan
Director of Supply Chain Operations
Pepsi Bottling Group Incorporated
Presently a Director of Supply Chain Operations for the Pepsi Bottling Group (PBG), Shekar Natarajan is spearheading a change and transformation initiative to completely modify the company's logistics and delivery systems. His primary responsibilities range from repurposing PBG warehouses, increasing storage and driving productivity to delivering improved returns on invested capital and reducing reliance upon direct labor. He also owns and manages existing logistics and warehouse systems and is leading the development of new inventory management and supply chain execution systems.

Earlier in his career, Shekar served as a Supply Chain Network Manager for Coca Cola Bottling Company where he was responsible for conceptualizing, developing, and deploying solutions for network design and optimization, logistics optimization, distribution planning and strategic sourcing. Prior to joining CCBCC, he briefly worked at Alliance Rubber Company as a corporate development specialist.

A frequent speaker at national and international conferences, Shekar was the keynote speaker at Movimat 2008, the largest Latin American logistics show. The Government of Brazil formally recognized him for the content and insights he provided for developing and managing supply chain processes. Shekar received a MS in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology after earning his Bachelors of Technology in Mechanical Engineering degree in India. He is certified as a Project Management Professional, Six Sigma Black Belt, Supply Chain Professional, Logistics Professional and a Fellow in Production and Inventory Management (CFPIM).
Lalit Panda
SVP, Supply Chain and Information Systems
Harman International Consumer Division
Lalit Panda, Sr. V.P. of Supply Chain and Information Systems at the Consumer Division of Harman International Industries, Inc., a manufacturer of high end audio electronics and loud speakers with brands such as Harman- Kardon, JBL, Infinity, Mark Levinson, Revel, etc., is an accomplished global Supply Chain and IT leader.

At Harman, Lalit's responsibilities included Procurement, Inventory Control, Distribution, Transportation as well as all IT applications and infrastructure including SAP, global network and IT support etc for its Consumer Division. He has led many initiatives including global IT consolidations, distribution network optimization, global supply chain application development, logistics and IT outsourcing initiatives, web based vendor management and order fulfillmentand run facilities in China, India, EMEA and the US.

Prior to joining Harman in 1999, Lalit managed logistics and procurement for Sony Corp. at their Middle East and North Africa HQ in Dubai, U.A.E., spanning 23 countries. He has also worked for Coats Viyella plc, a leading global textile manufacturer, developing logistics systems.

Lalit has Masters degrees in business and logistics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad and has an undergraduate degree in Engineering from the National Institute of Technology in India and a Six Sigma Black Belt from Georgia Tech.
Ranjan Prasad
Director of Operations and Supply Chain
Ranjan is responsible for managing and expanding SunLink's end-to-end supply chain operations, which include inventory management, procurement, demand planning, logistics, and information technology. Ranjan brings a wealth of international supply chain and discrete manufacturing experience to SunLink. He has been instrumental in helping SunLink extend its competitive advantage by developing its first virtual global supply chain, which has reduced costs and increased quality and on-time delivery.

Prior to SunLink, Ranjan worked at Cisco as a Supply Chain Manager where he managed and designed a demand-driven replenishment supply chain. He also held various engineering and management positions at Cisco that enabled him to architect, manage and deploy complex manufacturing processes. Ranjan received a BS in Industrial Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and a MS in Engineering Management from Santa Clara University.
Sarath Ravipati
Regional Procurement Manager
Chevron Corporation
Sarath Ravipati is the Regional Procurement Manager Americas for Chevron Global Downstream Procurement. His team is responsible for managing over $1B in spend across Latin and North America. In December 2005, Sarath was selected to lead the Chevron Procurement organization for Africa-Pakistan managing the operations from Cape Town, South Africa. Over his seven years with Chevron he has held various strategic procurement positions. Sarath led strategic sourcing projects across the automotive, telecommunication and logistics industries as a Manager in the Chicago office of AT Kearney. Sarath has 20 years of supply/chain procurement experience and specializes in leading and developing procurement organizations to reach world-class standards.

Sarath holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University, a Masters in Engineering Management from Northwestern University and an MBA from Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management.
Cindy Reese
Sr. Vice President for Worldwide Operations
Sun Microsystems Incorporated
As Sr. Vice President for Worldwide Operations, Cindy Reese runs Sun's supply chain managing more than $3B dollars in direct procurement spend along with Sun's manufacturing and logistics programs, which are recognized by the industry for delivering high quality and cost effective product execution to Sun's global customer base. Previously, as Sr. Vice President for Systems Operations, Reese was responsible for overseeing the manufacturing, supply chain management and operations engineering for the company's Systems products.

Cindy Reese's career spans more than 25 years in operations with experience in procurement, strategic materials management, manufacturing, distribution, and logistics. Since joining Sun in 1999, Cindy has held many leadership roles including: VP Storage Operations, VP Scalable Systems Manufacturing Operations, VP High End Operations, Executive Lead for the StorageTek integration, and various Director positions.

Prior to joining Sun, Cindy was VP of Worldwide Materials with Silicon Graphics (SGI) and held executive leadership positions at RightWorks and Convergent Technologies.

Cindy's outstanding leadership has been recognized by prestigious awards such as the YWCA tribute to Women in Industry (TWIN) Award, which she has received twice - in 1995, while at Silicon Graphics, and most recently in 2003 for her achievements at Sun Microsystems, along with Executive Leadership Awards from Convergent Technologies, SGI and Sun.
Mark Shandley
Vice President of Supply Chain Management
Flextronics Consumer Digital
Mark Shandley is the Vice President of Supply Chain Management at Flextronics Consumer Digital with responsibility for the end-to-end Supply Chain, Procurement, Sourcing and IT Tools supporting large OEM and ODM business.

Prior to joining Flextronics, Mark worked as Managing Director of a North American Based Contract Manufacturer specializing in PC Manufacturing and Wireless LAN devices. He also held positions in Supply Chain Management for such companies as Apple Computer, AMPEX and CONVEX Computer Corps. With over 28 years in the Supply Chain field at Fortune 500, high-tech startups, he directed teams and suppliers on the most innovative of Supply Chain development activities including the first Demand Pull Software in 1987.

In his current role, Mark led Supply Chain Development for Asia and has led several teams to redesign supply chains from higher cost regions for Flextronics' customers. He has also worked to establish more efficient and responsive supply chain designs in low cost regions in Asia for large OEMs.

Mark has served on the Board of Directors for the American Production and Inventory Control Society of North America and has delivered many speeches on Supply Chain throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
Isael Soto
Vice President of Supply Chain and Field Operations
Pivotal Systems
Isael Soto has over 20 years of semiconductor capital equipment industry experience. His roles have included Post-Sales Service Support, Sales and Marketing with international assignments in Asia and Europe.

Isael is currently at Pivotal Systems, a startup in Pleasanton, CA, serving the semiconductor capital equipment industry by providing sophisticated sensor technology. Isael is currently responsible at Pivotal Systems for defining and executing an outsourcing manufacturing strategy in addition to defining the long term Supply Chain and Field Operations infrastructure to sustain Pivotal's global customer base. Prior to joining Pivotal Systems, Isael was part of KLA-Tencor's Global Services and Support team, responsible for services sales in North America. Isael's additional leadership roles at KLA-Tencor were in M&A Integration and Global Product Support. Isael successfully led the Service & Support Integration activities of acquisitions and led various Technical Support organizations.

Prior to KLA-Tencor Isael was at Lam Research Corporation in Service Management and Service Marketing roles. Isael began his career at Applied Materials, holding positions within Field Operations, Business and Account Management.

He holds a BS in Electronic Engineering and an MBA from the University of San Francisco.
Bill Weidert
Senior Director, Service Supply Chain
Cisco Systems Incorporated
Bill Weidert is Senior Director, Service Supply Chain, for Cisco Systems and currently provides aftermarket support, parts and field engineeringfor Cisco networking products throughout Latin America. Receiving his MBA in 1976 from the University of Colorado, Bill has worked in the high tech industry in Silicon Valley for over 25 years. He began his career in purchasing at Spectra-Physics in San Jose.

From that role he moved onto being a line supervisor, warehouse supervisor, planner, master scheduler, and finally customer service manager. From Spectra he moved to Acuson in Mountain View, CA, where he took on the role of Field Service Manager providing global field support for the company's ultrasound products.

In 1995 he joined Cisco Systems as Inventory Planning Manager for Service. He then moved on to assuming responsibilities for global repair and depot expansion, warehousing, distribution, and central operations. Assuming responsibility for expanding support in Latin America in 2003, Bill has built up a highly leveraged team providing support for 2-hour, 4-hour, and next business day contracts necessary for network uptime requirements.
Gray Williams
Vice President – Worldwide Supply Chain
Logitech Incorporated
Gray Williams is responsible for Logitech's Worldwide Supply Chain where he directs all aspects of demand management, supply planning, transportation, logistics, order fulfillment, and customer service. He is currently driving new strategies and key improvement programs at Logitech that deliver lower total supply chain costs, optimal inventory levels, and best-in-class customer satisfaction.

Prior to joining Logitech in January 2003, he was Vice President, Supply Chain Operations for the CommWorks Division of 3Com. Prior to 3Com, he held various senior operations management positions at Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, NEC Electronics, AMD, and US Robotics. He has over 30 years of experience in the electronics industry.

Williams has received the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award for four years as an Examiner and Senior Examiner. He is Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) with APICS, and has also been a Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM). He currently serves on the Executive Advisory Board of the University of Wisconsin's Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management.

In 2008, and again in 2009, he was selected as one of the Top 25 Supply Chain Leaders by the Global Supply Chain Leadership Group (GSCLG).

Gray is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Purdue University's School of Management where he received his BS in Industrial Management.
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