Supreme Group is managed by an Executive Committee who oversee all aspects of day to day operations and are highly experienced in their respective fields. In turn, they are supported by a strong senior management team who are fully committed to delivering operational excellence and quality supply chain solutions to our customers.
Chief Executive Officer
Prior to becoming CEO, Theo held the position of Chief Operating Officer, managing Supreme’s organizational functions of Procurement, Transportation Operations, Site Services, and QHSE (Quality, Health, Safety and Environment). Theo managed the formulation and implementation of solutions that guaranteed rapid mobilization and consistent delivery, to ensure consistent customer satisfaction.
Following a period of military service with the German Bundeswehr, Theo graduated with an MBA from Cologne University and started his career with the global brand Kimberly-Clark. After this, he moved to a FTSE 50 multinational company in the concrete industry where he rapidly progressed to Group CFO level. Throughout his impressive career, which has spanned the EMEA region, Theo has held a number of senior management and consultancy positions, specializing in finance, marketing, mergers and acquisitions, biotechnology and global logistics.
Drawing on more than 25 years of management experience, Theo contributes a comprehensive knowledge of industry best practices with a strong focus on international development and business growth via the creation of efficiencies and integration.
LTG (Ret) Robert Dail
President - Defense and Government Services
Robert T. Dail is President of Supreme’s Defense and Government Services Division, and is also a member of Supreme’s Executive Committee. In this role as President – DGS, General Dail is tasked with leading strategic development; focusing on driving the company’s growth within the defense and government sector, and ensuring the efficient and effective delivery of all DGS contracts worldwide.
General Dail brings to the role 33 years of military experience; retiring in 2008 as the senior military logistics professional in the Department of Defense. In 2006, he was appointed as the 15th Director of the US Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), headquartered in Virginia, US. The DLA provides the full range of logistics, acquisition, and technical services to the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and other federal agencies.
Prior to serving at the DLA, General Dail served as the Deputy Commander, United States Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base (USTRANSCOM), Illinois. USTRANSCOM is a Unified Command reporting to the Secretary of Defense, executing the nation’s global defense transportation system with components from the Army, Navy and Air Force.
During his military career, General Dail commanded and led logistics and transportation units from the platoon to national level; across the full range of Army combat and joint operational capabilities. He also had extensive experience in strategic level logistics.
In addition to his work with Supreme Group, General Dail serves as a member of the Board of Directors, LMI Government Consulting, McLean, Virginia; serves as a member of the Board of Directors, iDirect Government Technologies, Fairfax, Virginia; and serves as a member of the Board of Advisors, ADS Technologies Inc., Virginia Beach, Virginia.
President - Commercial (Africa)
Honore Dainhi is the President of Supreme Group’s Emerging Markets (Africa) Division, and is also a member of the Supreme Group Executive Committee. Honore is responsible for leading the execution of the company’s diversification and expansion strategy in the commercial sector across Africa.
Prior to joining Supreme, Honore spent most of his career in the oil industry, working for the Shell Group for 17 years. During his tenure with Shell, he occupied various senior positions in Ghana, the Netherlands, the U.K., Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire. Honore was Chief Operating Officer - Africa for Vivo Energy, a Shell licensee operating in the African downstream oil business in Africa, responsible for leading the business through a period of substantial changes.
Before that he was Regional Vice President for West Africa, where he had ultimate accountability for Shell’s downstream oil companies, covering 12 countries across West Africa, responsible for leading the turnaround of the business. He also held the position of Senior Corporate Adviser for Sub-Saharan Africa, advising the Shell Group Executive Committee for Africa related strategic matters including government relations and reputation. He also spent a number of years in the Shell Group Internal Audit function and in the Retail business division.
Before joining Shell, Honore worked for a leading European multinational in the Agrochemicals and Household Pesticide industry, holding various positions in manufacturing, sales and marketing.
Chief Corporate Officer
Soren Norgaard is Supreme’s Chief Corporate Officer, responsible for managing the provision of legal counsel, as well as overseeing the corporate affairs and government affairs related to Supreme’s operations globally. Soren is also responsible for Public Affairs, leading the company’s corporate communications and marketing activities.
In addition, Soren also manages the business integrity and security departments within the Group; a highly critical function as Supreme strives to maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity across the organization and operations at all times. As a member of Supreme’s Executive Committee, Soren ensures that the highest benchmarks relating to legal, security and ethical issues are adhered to across the company’s global operations.
Before joining Supreme in 2007, Soren was employed as General Counsel and Executive Officer for one of the largest European protein food groups, first in Denmark and later in the UK. He spent nearly six years performing high-level legal project management including a number of M&A projects.
Prior to that, Soren spent five years as a corporate lawyer at the Kromann Reumert firm, which at the time was the largest law firm in Denmark. In 2004, Soren was named in the ‘Top 100 young talents’ by a leading Danish trade journal. Soren performed two years of military service from 1987 to 1989 with the Danish Royal Life Guard and the Queens Regiment and held the rank of sergeant.
Soren holds two Masters of Law degrees: from Aarhus University in Denmark, and the National University of Singapore. He also completed a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance, at Aarhus Business School.