Supply Chain Manager /
- York -
James is a highly experienced supply chain professional who has completed the Fellowship of Manufacturing Management (FMM) program at Cranfield University. He has strategic, commercial and operational management skills and has designed and delivered supply chain and improvement strategies from a local to global level.
A summary of James’s achievements…
- BA Hons in Economics and Fellowship of Manufacturing Management
- Initiated Sales Inventory and Operations Planning process which matched inventory and sales forecasts leading to maximised sales with reduced stock holding.
- Saved over £100k per annum on delivery schedules and order amounts to optimise cost of raw materials utilising purchasing strategies.
- Instigated and implemented a supply chain strategy to procure components from dual Chinese suppliers into four European plants
- Developed a new planning system which achieved over 99% OTIF (On time in full) delivery
James is based in York and is looking for a full-time, permanent role in Yorkshire.
He would be an asset to any manufacturing business looking to improve their supply chain process.
Contact Keeley Edge on 07943 116559 for further information or to arrange an interview. Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
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