John Morris is the Leader of Cushman & Wakefield’s Logistics & Industrial Services for the Americas. He has responsibility for the Logistics and Industrial client business at Cushman & Wakefield, including oversight for the company’s more than 800 brokerage professionals in North and South America. He also oversees the Industrial service line’s collaboration with Cushman & Wakefield’s other service lines, such as Global Occupier Services (GOS), Global Consulting and Capital Markets. John assumed this position in 2013.
John is also the lead for Cushman & Wakefield’s Business Incentives Practice (BIP) group. This group and its professionals negotiate, secure and administer relocation and investment incentives from state and local government agencies for our clients. In this role he is responsible for growing the Business Incentives productivity, talent and market presence.
John reports to Cushman & Wakefield’s Chief Operating Officer, Todd Schwartz and is based in Rosemont, Illinois.
Prior to this role, John was Head of Cushman & Wakefield Global Consulting, where he was the lead practitioner for Cushman & Wakefield’s Supply Chain Solutions Consulting practice. Mr. Morris has been an industry leader in network and location strategy for manufacturing and distribution operations. He has an extensive background in supply chain strategy, network design, supply chain cost reduction and location strategy. He joined Cushman & Wakefield from A.T. Kearney in April, 2005.
Mr. Morris is experienced in leading supply chain transformation initiatives at Fortune 500 companies in multi-million dollar consulting engagements working directly with client senior management. Responsibilities have included: network design, location selection, organizational design and network rollout plan development.
He has been a key driver of thought leadership in supply chain strategy and logistics at Cushman & Wakefield. John is on the Editorial Advisory Board for Area Development and is an active member of CSCMP, SIOR, and NAIOP.