Global Supply Chain Management - Walker College of Business

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Appalachian State University Global Opportunities Conference
“Global Supply Chain Management- Where do you fit in?”
April 1, 2011
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About Me…
• From Hendersonville, NC
• Graduated from ASU in May 2005 with a BS in BusinessMarketing
• Job History
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Account Representative- DHL Express
Clinical Sale Representative- Advanced Home Care
Senior Account Executive- CEVA Logistics
International Sales Executive- Phoenix International
Manager, Business Development Southeast- UTi
• Professional Organizations
– Appalachian State University Supply Chain Management Board of
Advisors- Vice Chair Woman
– CSCMP Board Member- Academic Relations Chair
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What is “global supply chain”
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“Where do I fit in?”
Manufacturing
Distribution
Human Resources
Management
Finance
Customer Service
Sales
Operations
IT
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UTi’s Global Reach
 $3.6 B Revenue in FY10
• 19,514 employees
• Owned Freight Forwarding locations in
282 cities in 62 countries
• 181 Logistics Centers in 28 countries (24.3
M ft.2)
 As an international, globally integrated logistics
company, UTi’s services include:
 Air and Ocean Freight Forwarding
We focus on eight major industry verticals:
 Contract Logistics / Warehousing
 Automotive and Assembly
 Customs Brokerage
 Hi-Tech and Consumer Electronics
 Distribution
 Pharmaceutical
 Supply Chain Management Services
 Chemicals
 Order Management
 Fashion & Apparel
 Road Transportation
 Government and Defense
 Planning and Optimization
 Retail, Consumer Products
 Consulting
 Cruise & Maritime Industry
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UTi Supply Chain Service Spectrum
Contract
Logistics
Global Air and
Ocean Freight
• Consolidation, Express & Charter Services
• Multi Mode Execution
• Registered & Licensed Global NVOCC and
Forwarder
• Certified Cold Chain Processes
• Documentation Specialists
• Global Visibility
• Freight Bill Audit & Payment
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Distribution and Supply
Chain Management
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Domestic Ground Transportation
Warehousing Services
Consulting
Order Management
Planning & Optimization Services
Outsourced Management Services
Client Specific Supply Chain Solutions
Customized Distribution & Inventory
Management
Receiving
Deconsolidation / De-containerization
Assembly, Sorting & Put Away
Consolidation
Cargo Loading and Unloading
Assembly of Freight and Protective Packaging
Storage and Distribution
Manufacturing Support
Customs
Brokerage
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Presence Worldwide
Prepare and File Formal Documentation
Obtain Customs Bonds
Facilitate Payment of Import Duties
Arrange Payment of Collect Freight Charges
Assist with Commodity Classifications
Duty Drawback
NAFTA
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The UTi Global Network
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Auto &
Assembly
Pharmaceu
-ticals
Fashion &
Apparel
Chemicals
Hi-Tech &
Consumer
Electronics
Consumer
Products,
Retail, &
Other
Government,
Aerospace,
and Defense
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Other Global Logistics Companies
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Industry Organizations
• APICS- Association for Operations Management
– www.apics-sc.org
• CSCMP- Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
– www.cscmp.org
• NC World Trade Association
– www.ncwta.org
• Logistics Alliance of the Carolinas
– www.logisticsallianceofcarolinas.com
• WERC- Warehousing Education and Research Council
– www.werc.org
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Takeaways…
• Identify your passion and pursue it
• “Don’t chase the puck. Go where the puck is going to be”
• NETWORK, NETWORK, NETWORK!!!
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Thank You
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