Vice President, Logistics
Robert Cintron was named vice president of Logistics in August 2019. He reports to the chief logistics officer and executive vice president.
In this position, he oversees Surface Logistics, Air Logistics, International Logistics, Systems Integration Support and the Headquarters National Operations Control Center. Having these functions under one vice president elevates the Postal Service’s logistics capabilities and centralizes research, modeling, and analytics for surface and air to improve logistics planning and execution.
Most recently, Cintron served as vice president of Network Operations. Before that, as vice president of Enterprise Analytics, he was responsible for innovations in technologies and tracking systems, including scanning, integration of network information visibility systems and data analytics.
Cintron began his postal career in 1985 as a clerk in Rochester, New York. He has held a wide variety of positions, including vice president of Product Information; district manager of Western Pennsylvania District; senior plant manager of Northern Ohio and Western New York Districts; manager of In-Plant Support for the Northeast Area; and plant manager in Stamford, Connecticut.
Cintron graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York, with a bachelor’s degree in organizational management. He received his Master of Business Operational Excellence from Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business. He has completed the Processing and Distribution Management Program, Advanced Leadership Program, Executive Foundations, Executive Leadership and the Senior Executive Assessment and Development Center leadership program. Cintron is a Lean Six Sigma Executive Green Belt.
Latest update: November 2022