March 16, 2017 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
How to Achieve Advanced Supply Chain Performance to Discover Hidden Profit
Robert Martichenko, founder and CEO of LeanCor Supply Chain Group discusses the next frontier for business improvement in our new world of continuous industry disruption and increased complexity. Robert details a thoughtful and actionable methodology to extract hidden profit by removing organizational masks and connecting people and business processes in order to maximize customer value at the lowest possible total cost.
Timely and thought- provoking, this presentation provides the road map for the implementation of operating principles and management methods to connect the core processes of business strategy, product life-cycle management, sales and marketing, and supply chain operations.
Discovering Hidden Profit is the blueprint and operational framework to reach the next level of business improvement required in todays world of constant change and challenge.
- See lean principles being used in supply chain management and office operations.
- See firsthand how leadership uses visual management, solves problems and uses lean tools to drive the lean culture of continuous improvement.
In a global business world that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, driving nimble execution and seamless integration across functions and geographies is more important than ever for Supply Chain professionals at every level of an organization.
James Biro, VP of Supply Chain for Perfetti Van Melle North America provides a unique perspective of how the Supply Chain function benefits the entire organization by stepping into a role of coordinator and catalyst in multifunctional organizations. Supply Chain has the ideal balance of executional, technical, and financial expertise, breadth of connection with the business, and multi-functional leaders to be ideally fit for this crucial coordination role. Mr. Biro will discuss a, provide, and relate the framework to real life experiences based on projects and teams he has led during his 20+ years in Supply Chain with 4 different transnationals.
Perfetti Van Melle is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and distributors of confectionery and chewing gum. Their imaginative products and brands are enjoyed in over 150 countries. In the US Market, Perfetti is the growth leader in the Non-Chocolate Confectionery segment, accounting for 57% of the dollar growth in the category in 2016.
- How to create a base framework for cross-functional coordination and initiative management
- Actionable tools and resources to build vision and alignment across functions
- Real life examples of driving growth with cross functional leadership
Tour of Radial Distribution Center
Thursday, January 19th, 2017
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
40 Logistics Boulevard
Richwood, KY 41094
Radial provides clients with proprietary fulfillment and freight solutions that ensure faster delivery to consumers, extends order cut-offs during holidays, and improves efficiency and cost savings. The Radial fulfillment operation provides retailers and brands with market-leading direct to consumer ecommerce fulfillment, warehouse management systems, inbound and outbound processing, value added services, continuity and food grade fulfillment.
Radial was formed from the combination of Ebay Enterprise and Innotrac in April 2016. Radial clients include Kate Spade, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Shoe Carnival, DSW, Toys R Us and Petsmart. Radial has over 13 million sq. ft. of distribution space and fulfilled 288 million units worth over $1.7 billion in sales for their clients in 2015.
Tour of Wilmington Air Park
Join the Cincinnati and Columbus Roundtables of the Council of Supply Chain Professionals (CSCMP) for a special tour of the Wilmington Air Park. The Air Park is a 2,000 acre fully functioning airport and is owned by the Clinton County Port Authority. The Air Park hosts a major direct-to-consumer fulfillment operation among a diverse group of supply chain operations with 2,500,000 sq. ft of sortation, warehouse and manufacturing facilities. The Air Park facilities are designated Foreign Trade Zone and feature advanced material handling systems.
The tour will highlight 3 areas of focus at the Air Park:
- The air cargo operation that handles air-to-air, air-to-ground and ground-to-air freight operations
- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul operations that support multiple cargo and passenger airline customers
- The future of the Air park
Dan Evers, Executive Director of the Clinton County Port Authority
WHEN: Thursday, October 13th, 2016 at 4:30 am – 6:30 PM – Includes Hors D’Oeuvres before and after tour WHERE: Wilmington Air Park
1113 Airport Rd. Wilmington, OH
Meet at Admin Building (Large Glass Front)
Headquartered in Cincinnati, OH., Procter & Gamble has been a market leader in the consumer products industry for years. Over the years, P&G has grown rapidly thru acquisitions and divestitures. Their growth, along with changes in technology, has forced Supply Chain teams to become even more efficient and agile.
- Structuring Supply Operations for success (and change)
- E-Commerce – how to stay ahead of the game
- Challenges to expect working with Retailers
- Creating joint value programs
- Future of Supply Chain in e-Commerce Guest Speaker: Tiffany
Lilze Tiffany serves as the Senior Retail Supply Leader for Procter & Gamble’s eCommerce business and is based at the world headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. Tiffany has over 20 years of consumer goods supply chain and manufacturing expertise. Tiffany leads a team of large team of retail supply professionals that deliver multi-million dollar joint value programs with fast growing eCommerce retailers, such as Amazon. Tiffany is actively involved in several US and Global Supply Chain Industry Associations. Tiffany has a BS and MS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and has her Professional Engineer License. Parking for this event is complimentary!
Thursday, May 12th, 2016
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
2295 Progress Drive
Hebron, KY 41048
Beckman Coulter, a wholly owned Danaher subsidiary, develops, manufactures and markets products that simplify, automate and innovate complex biomedical testing. Beckman Coulter diagnostic systems are found in hospitals and other critical care settings around the world. Beckman Coulter products help physicians to diagnose disease, make treatment decisions and monitor patients. More than 275,000 Beckman Coulter systems operate in laboratories on six continents. For more than 75 years, Beckman Coulter products have been making a difference in peoples’ lives by improving the productivity of medical professionals and supplying critical information for improving patient health and reducing the cost of care.
The Beckman Coulter site in Hebron KY is a 400,000+ Sq Ft. distribution center and was built 10 years ago to consolidate shipments and invoices to customers across the globe. The tour will highlight receipt and put-away processes, picking processes, service parts orders and cold chain product handling. Attendees will learn: about
- How Beckman Coulter diagnostic products support global health care delivery and the implications for distribution
- International order and shipment handling
- Fulfilling multiple order types and service requirements
Facilitator: Michael Pierce
REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE
CSCMP Member – $35
CSCMP Guest -$45
Big Data in the Retail Supply Chain – How Kroger and its Supply Chain Partners Use Big Data to Drive Efficiency – a Panel Discussion
Thursday, April 26th, 2016
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Northern Kentucky University
One Nunn Drive
Highland Heights, KY 41099
At this event you will hear Data Analytics, Supply Chain and Category Management leaders from 84.51, Skinny Pop, Verst Logistics and The Kroger Co. speak on the topic of Big Data in Retail. Data is all around us, in many shapes and forms so it’s important we use it in our everyday decision making processes. Attendees will learn:
- About the different types of data that exist in the Retail and Supply Chain world
- How to capture and organize it to better serve external and internal customers.
REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE
CSCMP Member – $35
CSCMP Guest -$45
Do you enjoy the new all-day breakfast service at McDonalds? Want to learn more about the logistics of how they make that happen? Martin-Brower is the largest distributor to the largest restaurant chain in the world. Martin Brower is a global operation with over 60 distribution centers in 18 countries, including 19 U.S. distribution centers. They are dedicated to being the leading logistics service provider for restaurant chains around the world, creating an outstanding work environment for employees and delivering unmatched value for customers while protecting customers’ brands. Martin Brower’s Fairfield, Ohio facility has been in service for 5 years and is the 2nd largest McDonalds distribution facility in the world, servicing 775 McDonalds restaurants.
This tour will highlight the high velocity operation with high turns across 3 temperature zones. Attendees will learn about the impact of building layout, government regulation and warehouse staffing on the operation.
Facilitator: Trevor Choate
Trevor is the Warehouse Manager for Martin Brower’s Fairfield Distribution Center. Trevor has managed operations in California and Ohio during his 7 years with Martin Brower. Trevor received a B.S. in Operations Management from Sacramento State.
Freelance Couriers – Reshaping E-Fulfillment’s Race for the Last Mile
Amid the excitement of drones, autonomous vehicles, and reusable suborbital rockets, the e-commerce industry is in the crosshairs of a “last mile” delivery problem. It’s driven by the shopping behaviors of Generation X, Y and the new Millennials. As e-commerce companies take aim at the solution, Freelance Couriers are coming into sight.
This session will examine the factors driving the “Last Mile” and how it drives freelance based delivery solutions, the challenges facing the fulfillment center, ways to address them, and future Supply Chain considerations influenced by Omni-Channels and Freelance Couriers.
Attendees will learn:
- What is the “Last Mile” and how is it driving freelance based delivery solutions?
- Current freelance / lifestyle couriers and how they are being deployed.
- The challenges facing fulfillment centers due to freelance delivery systems and how to address them.
- How the supply chain of the future will be shaped by omni-channel fulfillment and freelance couriers.
Sustainability as a Strategy: Caught in the Luxury Trap
Once lauded as the right thing to do, many sustainability efforts have languished post-recession. Today, sustainability’s high costs represent a luxury tax that many consumers choose not to afford as they refuse to pay a premium for sustainable products and services. The result – most companies have balked at making sustainability a top strategic priority. The logic is that if consumers won’t pay, companies won’t play.
- How a fundamental change in the way we think about sustainability can help drive it back into the mainstream
- How viewing sustainability initiatives as part of a holistic portfolio can help justify investing in initiatives that enhance image even if they don’t generate immediate profits
- How forward-thinking supply chain leaders can play a role in driving sustainability.
When Disaster Strikes – Supply Chain Disaster Simulation
This live action role-playing event assigns you the part of a business, non-profit, or government organization working to deliver food, water, and medicine to a community immediately following a disaster. Players race against time to achieve personal and group objectives, while confronting supply chain challenges common to disaster relief. A web browser on your smart phone or tablet serves as the interface to the game’s marketplace. Data visualizations provide performance metrics and the post-game conversation provides you strategies for addressing the real world problems you’ll experience during the game.
Come on, admit it! You’ve wondered, “How will I know when my business-to-business relationships truly become strategic?” Maybe you desire to become that supply chain professional who creates a value proposition for your company that earns you that platinum star. Or, maybe you’re someone who wants to be part of something much bigger than most could have imagined a supply chain could ever deliver! No matter what your journey looks like so far, it’s not too late to be a part of something BIG. Let me share with you a story that changed everything. It’s the story that shows all of us how we can truly be inspired to plan, design, supply and deliver the next “OH Boy”!
• You will see a way to look past the traditional buy low / sell high thinking…
• And become much more attuned to the strategic means for creating value in the supply chain…
• While witnessing novel concepts to create synergy…
• That has unlocked never seen before potential…
• To change the world!
Join us on Thursday, October 15th for a tour of the iHerb.com distribution center in Hebron, KY. The tour will highlight iHerb’s order flow process to/from the Perfect Pick system. iHerb is a leading online retailer of nutritional supplement and wellness products. The Hebron facility supports both U.S. and International orders, delivering 35,000 products from over 1,500 brands direct to consumer in more than 150 countries. Kurt Cheek, Director of Operations and his team opened this new facility with Perfect Pick; first in the country to implement this state of the art, fully automated goods to person picking system.
Volatility and change is the new normal for supply chain management professionals, so adapting the supply chain faster and more effectively has become a new competitive weapon. As a result, Supply Chain Design has moved alongside Planning and Execution to become the third discipline of supply chain management.
In this session, LLamasoft co-founder Toby Brzoznowski will examine and discuss how Supply Chain Design technology and business processes have changed over the last decade, and include numerous real-life case examples of how global companies are leveraging Supply Chain Design to reduce cost, improve service, and mitigate risk.
Attendees will gain an understanding of all the different types of analytical techniques currently being used by supply chain professionals, and learn how leading companies are organizing to best incorporate Supply Chain Design as a business process.