The successful individual will profitably sell value-added services, including packaging, warehousing/distribution, and asset-based transportation solutions throughout a large territory encompassing several Midwest states.
Responsible for analysis and utilization of continuous improvement tools to design Supply Chain Solutions for current and future operations. Provides regular and proactive communications to customers and Ryder Management.
Responsible to extend or renew existing contracts before or upon contract expiration, as well as identify opportunities for customer growth in new geographic locations, new industries, or additional products and services.
Apply knowledge of print manufacturing to make determinations on best manufacturing methods to produce customer products efficiently while maintaining high quality standards and meeting revenue forecasts.
The candidate is expected to lead workshops with end users in order to capture business requirements, to demonstrate expertise by helping the client include best practices and to develop a roadmap for deployment.
Supply Chain Planning professionals develop and implement integrated supply and demand planning strategies that improve cost efficiency, increase business effectiveness and create synergies and collaboration across companies.
Purchase and expedite both materials and completed parts to support production, releasing orders to vendors using MRP reports; communicate and assess daily issues, including engineering changes, specification changes, deviations, etc., to ensure no shortages to production needs.
Build, refine, maintain logistics blueprints ensuring that plans stay aligned with operational and purchasing reality. Incorporate new conversions & lost lanes into existing blueprints to continually optimize performance.
Directs and participates in the analysis, SAP technical configuration, modification, testing and implementation of SAP MM, PP, and PLM modules as well as any related system modules, including SaaS applications.