Clint McCrystal

Training and Development Manager, LeanCor Training and Education, Florence, KY, USA


Clint holds a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and MBA from the University of Kentucky. He is also a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

As Training and Development Manager, Clint supports in designing and deploying LeanCor’s internal team member management system, the TMATE Initiative, which focuses on team member onboarding and continued development, employee engagement, and internal communications. Clint is responsible for the coaching, mentoring, and development plans of LeanCor’s 75 Transportation Engineers and Associates.

Clint also works closely with LeanCor’s external Training and Education team to design and improve LeanCor’s training content. He leads LeanCor’s partnership with the University of Kentucky, facilitating the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt program for MBA students, and Georgia Tech’s Supply Chain Project Management Courses.

Clint’s career began with LeanCor in 2010 as a Lean Logistics Specialist in LeanCor’s Logistics division, where he was responsible for engineering daily dynamic and static shipping routes, supplier implementation and management, and customer service. Two years into this role, Clint was promoted to Team Lead where he managed a six-person account team supporting one of LeanCor’s largest recreational vehicle customers. While designing total cost reductions of logistics network in excess of $100M, enabling the growth of the customer from $1B to $7B in sales, he also manged the development and testing of LeanCor’s proprietary optimization software and performed multiple network design projects for LeanCor’s consulting divison.

Some of his projects included:-Network Design for a Japanese Automotive OEM that identified a 17% savings on approximately $100M in annual transportation costs-Development of a total cost model and last-mile distribution network design for a global Solar Power manufacturing and distribution firm-Complex contingency planning models for JIT global logistics routes, optimizing pickups and deliveries across multiple country and location holiday schedules.

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