Supply Chain

  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Logistics
  • Supplier Assessments
  • Problem Solving
  • Interim Leadership

Operations Management

  • Lean Techniques
  • Cost Reduction
  • Warehouse Management
  • Problem Solving
  • Interim Leadership

Market Entry

  • End-to-End Site Acquisition
  • Start-up Support
  • Site Studies
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Site Visit & Travel Support

Coaching, Training & Certification

  • Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain Ethics
  • Lean Operations
  • General Management
  • Business Model Development

Welcome To Peregrine

Peregrine Management International is dedicated to providing client-forward management advice. Lean Manufacturing is at the core of our thinking and processes, so you can expect us to offer data-driven, flexible, sustainable, and simple solutions to your business problems.

John Dwyer, Managing Director

General manager with executive leadership skills and manufacturing startup experience in Vietnam. With 19 years at Fortune 500 companies, John has deep experience in international business, new product introductions, strategic sourcing, Lean Manufacturing, and 6 Sigma. Successfully managed an international M&A project to create a JV entity in Vietnam in the specialty vehicles industry.


Latest Insights

Straits Times Article Describes Vietnam’s Hopes for the Biden Presidency
Straits Times Article Describes Vietnam’s Hopes for the Biden Presidency

The Straits Times recently published this article which captures the opinions of a few members of the Vietnamese government about Joe Biden’s recent election win.  Given the general anti-trade stance and phrenetic approach of the Trump administration to foreign relations, it is not surprising to see optimism in these opinions.  At Peregrine, we do not believe that Vietnam is guilty of systemic currency manipulation, but that devaluation of the Vietnam Dong is mostly a result of macroeconomic factors such as the US-China Trade War encouraging businesses to move operations and supply chain sources to Vietnam.  Time will tell, but it is our hope that the outgoing administration will not do anything drastic relating to tariffs or other penalties and that the incoming Biden administration will take a more rational and nuanced view to trade and international relations.