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Jon T. Gabrielsen

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President and Chief Executive Off...

Phone: (770) ***-****  
Email: j***@***.com
Local Address:  Georgia , United States
Company Description: J.T. Gabrielsen Consulting, LLC is a Market Economics and Strategy Firm. We perform both proprietary consulting engagements and publish syndicated market research...   more

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  • A.S. , Metallurgical Technology
    Washtenaw Community College
  • MBA , Finance and Economics
    The University of Michigan
  • B.S. , Manufacturing Industrial Technology
    Eastern Michigan University
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About, 25 Aug 2015 [cached]
Jon T. Gabrielsen Jon Gabrielsen is the President and Chief Executive Officer of J.T. Gabrielsen Consulting, LLC. He is a highly experienced market economics research and strategic consulting professional. He has a 37 year track record of delivery excellence across a wide breadth of industries globally. His key areas of expertise are in the market economics of manufacturing and distribution environments in sectors including Transportation OEMs, Suppliers, and Aftermarket, Chemical, Metals and Metalworking, Pharmaceutical, Capital Equipment, Construction Products. His market economic expertise extends in both the market facing and supply chain facing directions. In market research and consulting he has worked for Blue Canyon Partners, QuestOne Decision Sciences, and Baker & Company [now part of J.D. Power]. In the first half of his career he worked on the client side for Federal-Mogul and for Simpson Industries [now part of Asahi Tec] in roles ranging from strategy, marketing, and finance, to metallurgical and manufacturing engineering and operations. He has an MBA in Finance and Economics from The University of Michigan, a B.S. in Manufacturing Industrial Technology from Eastern Michigan University, and an A.S. from Washtenaw Community College in Metallurgical Technology.
Our Team - Blue Canyon Partners, 29 Jan 2012 [cached]
Jon T. Gabrielsen A mix of consulting and client-side backgrounds is characteristic of Blue Canyon, and Jon possesses both. Jon started his career in engineering and manufacturing in the automotive and construction equipment industries. This experience, along with an MBA from the University of Michigan, enabled him to work his way up to senior positions in finance and strategy at Federal Mogul Corporation and Simpson Industries (now part of Metaldyne). At Blue Canyon, Jon has continued to build on his expertise in those industries while extending it to lead projects in numerous additional industries, including light- and heavy-duty trucks, agricultural machinery, electrical equipment, and automation technologies. He is well-versed on issues facing both OEMs and suppliers. In addition to his client work, Jon coauthored the paper, Win the Day: Managing Price Pressures in the Automotive Industry. Jon's love of all things technical extends to his personal life: He has a passion for high performance sports sedans and a fascination with aircraft and travel, which he shares with his wife, who works in the airline industry. Jon and his wife have two grown sons.
Contact, 25 Aug 2015 [cached]
Jon T. Gabrielsen
President & CEO
770-803-0003 Office
"My current thinking, based on all ..., 1 June 2015 [cached]
"My current thinking, based on all that I read and have analyzed, is that the price of oil, and therefore diesel prices, will range in the vicinity of where they are currently over the next year or so," says Jon Gabrielsen, president and CEO of J.T. Gabrielsen Consulting, Smyrna, Ga. He puts that estimate at plus or minus 10-20%, "with some risk that the trend is more likely to go somewhat higher, than lower, but not to a major degree."
Gabrielsen adds that the key driver of diesel prices is the price of oil.
"At $80, I suspect a third ..., 4 Oct 2014 [cached]
"At $80, I suspect a third of planned tar sands projects would not be funded and if it fell $20 more, it would probably slow drilling in shale, that is, fracking," said Jon Gabrielsen, president of J.T. Gabrielsen Consulting.
Of course, if production slowed down enough, that could mean an increase in prices. But it could take a while, Gabrielsen said.
Gabrielsen, for his part, is a skeptic, which is this case means an optimist.
Lower prices - and shutdowns in production - would hit Texas and North Dakota hard, he said. But consumers would be delighted with still-lower prices and several important industries are heavily dependent on energy, he said, especially steel, aluminum, chemicals and textile mills.
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