Fetch hires George Schultz as new COO

Schultz joins Fetch following a nine-year stint with Amazon, where he was most recently responsible for leading the overall operational execution and strategy for the Eastern Region. Schultz began his Amazon career as a senior operations manager and was quickly promoted to general manager of a fulfillment center. He advanced to run the emerging Sort Center network for the Central Region and led the company’s Standard Work adoption.

Prior to Amazon, Schultz was a regional director with Central Transport, leading sales and operations for a 12-state market. He also spent 17 years with FedEx, where he held numerous roles in operations, human resources, and training and development.

As COO, a new position within Fetch, Schultz will oversee day-to-day facility and people operations, and help to guide the company’s continued growth.

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