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Jeffrey Schneider

Jeffrey Schneider
Supply Chain Manager
Boiron USA


Jeffrey Schneider joined the FACC Board of Directors for the two-year term starting March 1st, 2018. 

Jeffrey is currently the Supply Chain Manager for Boiron USA in Newtown Square, Pa.—a subsidiary of Boiron based in Lyon, France. In his current role, Jeffrey is responsible for demand planning, import operations, and management of U.S. transportation vendors. On his biannual trips to Lyon, he works with production, supply chain and export personnel to insure an uninterrupted supply of finished product for the U.S. market. 


Prior to joining Boiron in 2006, Jeffrey worked for a variety of international companies including: Lalemant Caribbean Operators (based in Belgium); ATOFina (now Arkema, based in France); and DSM Food Specialties (based in Holland). Throughout his 24-year career, Jeffery has always specialized in the supply chain field and related logistics.


As the former president of the local Junior Chamber of Commerce and MNJ Foundation (which developed out of the Marple/Newtown Square Jaycees), Jeffrey raised funds for a variety of charities.


Jeffrey a native of the Philadelphia area. He earned his BBA with a concentration in Finance from Villanova University. He is currently studying business French. When not devoting time to Boiron, Jeffrey enjoys travel, golf, spending time with family and friends trying new restaurants, and exploring historical sites.

About Boiron

Boiron, as the world leader in homeopathic medicines with distribution in more than 50 countries, is best known for Oscillococcinum®, a top-selling flu medicine, and its Arnicare® line of pain relievers. For more than 80 years, Boiron has been committed to educating the public and health care professionals on homeopathic medicines. As a pharmaceutical company, Boiron maintains the highest standards in manufacturing, complying with U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States and drug Good Manufacturing Practices.

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