Scott L

Supply Chain Manager - 10 Years of Experience - Near 77346


Supply Chain Manager


Humble, TX

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Summary of Experience BS (Business Management), Certified Six Sigma Blackbelt, Supply Chain Leader and Business Analyst, with more than 25 years of driving results by analyzing business data as it relates to productivity and savings. Very astute in developing and implementing process improvements, establishing strategic operational plans and meeting/exceeding performance metric targets for organizations ranging from $836 million to $4.3 billion in annual gross revenues. Areas of Expertise * Business Process Reengineering * Strategic Planning & Execution * Master Service Agreements for Services * Analyzing Business Data * Institutionalizing Cost Measures & Metrics * Achieving Profit & Loss Improvements * Global Sourcing/Global Vendor Management * Multi-Million Dollar Budget Management Career Highlights * Recruited to Wyman Gordon to institute a complete revamping of the purchasing department that included negotiating with long term service agreements and deliverable metrics for suppliers. Consequently, within the first year improved relationships with 11 key suppliers that generated $1.2 million in true savings on a $33 million spend for maintenance repair overhaul supplies and services. * Developed a cohesive transportation team at Cooper Industries of indirect reports made up of 9 divisions and 122 locations that focused on designing and implementing a common (LTL) carrier strategy for the entire business, with a spend of $88 million. As a result of consolidating and streamlining the carrier base saved annually more than $4.1 million in direct savings. * Turned around at Wyman Gordon an issue of indirect material disappearing and not being in the workstations when required. Worked closely with the maintenance team to install point-of-use machines around the plant to increase productivity and accountability. Subsequently, project accounted for $400,000 in productivity savings, and $750,000 in direct savings. * Designed and implemented at GE, an electronic track and trace process and strategy to support total accountability of all material being delivered to a power plant construction jobsite. This process ensured compliance with Sarbanes Oxley requirements for title transfer, and project saved $1.25 million in warranty claims during the first 6 months of implementation. Benefit Statement A convincing communicator with a demonstrated 20+ year track record of accomplishments in global sourcing, supply chain management and implementing continuous process improvements that consistently reduced operational cost while increasing bottom line profitability. Key Areas of Competency





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