Posts from 2019-03-04

Supply Chain Specialist - At Pioneer Management Consultant Pvt Ltd.

Client Profile: Manufacturer

Designation: Supply Chain Specialist

Location: Mumbai

Department: Supply Chain

Criteria

Any Graduate (Engineering Background Preferred) with 7+ years of Experience in Planning and Supply Chain Operation. American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) certification mandatory. Excellent knowledge of SAP is mandatory . Knowledge of ERP systems preferred.

Job Purpose

A Supply Chain Specialist ensures the performance of a supply chain from order to shipment to billing and customer service. This requires the Supply Chain Specialist to track inventory and orders as well as forecast future supply needs.

Key Interactions

Internal: CSR, Supply Chain Team, Sales

External: Customers, Distributors

Job Description

Procure of Materials (Replenishment of finished goods in Asia Pacific Warehouse, excluding China): The Supply Chain Specialist liaise with supply planning, manufacturing and shipment of the final product. This includes identifying and ordering the proper quantity, negotiating the demand with plants and shipment terms and overseeing the timely delivery of materials needed to fulfil customer orders.

Maintain Inventory: Supply Chain Specialists maintain adequate inventory, scheduling and receiving shipments of finished goods as well as scheduling manufacturing through submitting collected demand from sales. 

 

Respond to Demand: The Supply Chain Specialist must assess current orders and forecast future demand to provide adequate supplies When something significant changes in the supply chain and demand, the Supply Chain Specialist is responsible for responding to these changes in demand and solving any supply chain problems that arise. Specialist will communicate regularly with internal customers, customer services team to avoid unforeseen changes or surprises in orders. 

Process Orders: To oversee the supply chain, Supply Chain Specialists must input and process all orders. Of importance is that they complete and submit all necessary documentation from both suppliers and customers. They also oversee the billing process and paperwork. 

Logistics Management

Established in 1962, Logistics Management magazine is published monthly. Special reports, like the Logistics Outlook in January and the Buyers Guide in December, are provided on an annual basis.

Logistics Management reaches the largest number of logistics professionals in the industry. Additionally, no other industry publication reaches nearly as many audited buying influencers of logistics services, technology, and equipment. 

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The Chain Magazine

TheChainMagazine.com is a business website and digital magazine, the focus of the magazine is to cover all the latest news, developments and technology within the field of Supply Chain Management. The target audience of the title are key decision makers within the fields of Procurement, Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. The title is an international publication, with a global reach.

The Chain Magazine has an experienced team of writers, and also sources the latest news from key individuals who have an expertise in the SCM sector. The Chain Magazine is also forward thinking, and as many developments planed to keep the publication at the forefront, making the title a must read for anyone within SCM.

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Supply Chain Dive

Supply Chain Dive is a leading industry publication operated by Industry Dive. Our journalists spark ideas and shape agendas for 5+ million decision makers in the most competitive industries.

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Automotive Logistics

First as a magazine, then as conference organiser, and now as the brand providing news, intelligence and connections in print, in person and online, Automotive Logistics has been seeking since its launch in 1998 to help logistics professionals across the globe do their job better.

This site brings together in one place all the content from our print magazines, our worldwide conferences, our e-news service, our video interviews and webinars, and our directory of logistics providers. It displays our Twitter feed and provides connections to our Linked-in groups.

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Supply Chain Management Review Magazine

Peerless Media produces industry-leading brands in the supply chain, logistics, materials handling and design engineering markets. Each is the content leader in their respective field for news, analysis and resources. Peerless offers unparalleled marketing opportunities for branding, lead-generation, research, content creation and thought leadership.

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Penske Logistics Named Corporation of the Year by Automotive Supply Chain Magazine

 Penske Logistics has been given the North America Corporation of the Year Award by Automotive Supply Chain magazine. Penske was one of 17 companies and individuals rewarded for having achieved extraordinary success or for having pioneered a new way of thinking or working.

In 2015, Penske was named the publication's North America Third-Party Logistics Provider of the Year. It was the first year that the North America ceremony was held.

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Automotive Engineering

Automotive Engineering magazine is the No. 1 resource for engineers across multiple disciplines in the automotive industry. Published 10 times annually, Automotive Engineering engages decision makers who buy and specify product. Each issue includes special features and technology reports, from topics such as: vehicle development and systems engineering, powertrain and subsystems, environment, electronics, testing and simulation, and design for manufacturing.

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Manufacturing & Logistics IT news magazine

Established in 1997, Manufacturing & Logistics IT Magazine (LogisticsIT.com) is the leading specialist IT solutions magazine and web-site covering all aspects of end-to-end supply chains within a wide range of vertical markets. The editorial content covers real live applications within collaborative supply chain environments and has contribution from leading vendors and research analysts. This provides our readers with an insight into how technological developments enable all kinds of businesses to operate effectively and efficiently.

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The Future Automotive Supply Chain

“Smart Logistics” can provide real-time analysis of supply routes – such as potential bottlenecks – and allow automakers and suppliers to react immediately to changes in demand, inventories and manufacturing capacity.

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Association For Supply Chain Management (ASCM), USA