Empowering the brands who empower the world.
Jabil is working around the clock in 28 countries across the globe to make the world better, healthier, safer and cleaner. As a product solutions company, Jabil partners with brands, big and small, to offer the most technologically advanced manufacturing solutions to help companies stay current in a rapidly changing market. By focusing on four areas: Accelerated Innovation, Global Manufacturing Agility, Engineering Excellence, and Supply Chain Orchestration, Jabil has become a worldwide leader in product solutions. Jabil prides themselves on hiring empowered employees guided by the highest standard of ethics, with a reputation for community engagement and environmental responsibility. Additionally, Jabil gives back to multiple non-profits and charity causes here in the Tampa Bay area and beyond.
Number of Employees
At Jabil, we empower the brands who empower the world – it’s our reason for being and the guiding force that’s driving us to become the most technologically advanced manufacturing solutions provider on the planet. Whether we’re serving one of the world’s biggest and best-known brands or the coolest tech startups, our resolve never wavers. We share common desires with these brands: to make the world a better, safer and cleaner place.
Awards & Accolades
Institute of Engineers Lean Best Practice Award in 2014 Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 2012 Fortune 500 Most Admired Companies 2012 Newsweek S&P 500 Green Companies in 2009-2011 2012 Kaizen Award in China National Quality Award 2006
Core values/mission statement
Jabil standards for maintaining ethical business practices, safe workplaces, and acting responsibly toward our environment go beyond policies and mandates— they are our core values.
Mark Mondello was appointed as Jabil's CEO in January 2013. He joined Jabil in 1992 as a manufacturing supervisor. He was promoted to project manager in 1993, named vice president, business development in 1997, senior vice president, business development in 1999, and COO in 2002, overseeing global operations, business development, new product development, supply chain, and information technology. Mondello was promoted to CEO in 2013. Prior to Jabil, Mondello was a commercial and defense-related aerospace project manager for Moog, Inc. A native of Chicago, Mark holds a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of South Florida.
William E. Peters was appointed as Jabil's president in January 2013. Peters was previously executive vice president since 2010. He joined Jabil in 1990 as a buyer and shortly thereafter was named purchasing manager. Rising rapidly through a variety of operational posts, Peters was promoted to be an officer of the company in 1999 as vice president, operations. Beginning in 2004, Peters rounded out his operational experience while serving three years as regional president for the Americas. In September 2007, Peters was named senior vice president, human development. Prior to joining Jabil, Peters was a financial analyst for Electronic Data Systems and holds a BA in economics from Michigan State University.
Forbes I. J. Alexander was named CFO in September 2004. Previously, he served as treasurer, starting in November 1996. Forbes joined Jabil in 1993 as controller of Scotland operations and was promoted to assistant treasurer in April 1996. Prior to joining Jabil, Forbes was financial controller of Tandy Electronics European manufacturing operations in Scotland and has held various financial positions with Hewlett Packard and Apollo Computer. Forbes is a Chartered Management Accountant. He holds a BA in accounting from the University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland.