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Reginaldo Ecclissato

Reginaldo was appointed Chief Business Operations and Supply Chain Officer and a member of the Unilever Leadership Executive in January 2022.

Reginaldo Ecclissato

Chief Business Operations and Supply Chain Officer

Reginaldo has a rich history at Unilever spanning over 30 years with extensive supply chain experience in both developed and emerging markets.

After graduating from Universidade de Sao Paulo as an electrical engineer, Reginaldo started his journey at Unilever Brazil as a trainee in 1991. Just two years later, he was responsible for building a new factory and the production of a new category – powder detergents.

Since then, through leadership positions across Unilever’s supply chain in North America, Latin America and Central America, Reginaldo has been at the forefront of transforming our supply chains, ensuring they are future-fit.

In his most recent role, Reginaldo served as Executive Vice President of Unilever Mexico, Central America and Greater Caribbean overseeing 11 countries, 12 product categories and high levels of growth despite the pandemic. Before this, he oversaw our supply chain in North America and Latin America, generating double-digit growth in the profitability of one of our largest regions.


  • 2019: EVP for Mexico, Caribbean, and Central America
  • 2015: EVP Supply Chain for North America and Latin America
  • 2012: Head of Supply Chain for North America
  • 2009: VP Supply Chain for Mexico
  • 2008: VP Supply Chain, Home Care for the Americas
  • 2007: VP Supply Chain for Andina and Central America
  • 2005: Supply Chain Director for Central America
  • 2003: Home Care Supply Chain Leader for Brazil
  • 2001: Home Care Logistics and Planning Director for Latin America
  • 1998: Supply Chain Development Manager, UK
  • 1995: Production, Planning, Inbound Logistics and Supplier Partnerships Manager for Powder Detergents, Brazil
  • 1993: Production and Planning for Powder Detergents, Brazil
  • 1991: Supply Chain Trainee, Brazil
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