Robert Delaney, logistics executive, dies
Robert V. Delaney, a well known U.S. logistician and consultant, died April 2 at his home in Ballwin, Mo. He was 68.
Delaney co-authored an annual “State of Logistics Report,” given each June in Washington, D.C., for 14 years. At the time of his death, he was a consultant for the Council of Logistics Management.
Delaney had been vice president for Cass Information Systems, a provider of data services to the logistics and transportation industry, and a consultant to ProLogis, an owner and operator of distribution properties.
Maria McIntyre, executive vice president of the CLM, said Delaney 'was an icon to the logistics profession.”