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Senior Manager Logistics Steering

Company: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Location: Stamford
Posted on: August 3, 2022

Job Description:

At Henkel, you can be a game changer and craft your career. Unleash your entrepreneurial spirit by bringing your ideas to life within a global team. Our leading brands and technologies, along with our high-performing businesses will provide you with countless opportunities to develop your skills and explore new paths. Your career at Henkel will contribute to a more sustainable future, while you grow within our vibrant, diverse culture of trust and belonging. If you're up for challenging the status quo, join our team of pioneers and make your mark on the future with us. Do you dare to make an impact? YOUR ROLE - Lead the development and execution of the NA Region savings pipeline for Logistics (Transportation, Warehousing and Customer Logistics) both within Logistics as well as across the broader supply chain organization, including Planning, Manufacturing, Customer Operations, Master Data, IT and Engineering. - Host the monthly Logistics Savings forum including coaching, training, and guiding the broader team in lean methodology and tools. - Design and implement logistics process improvements that delivery strides in key logistics metrics like Delivery/OTIF, Savings and Safety. - Collaboration with all logistics areas (warehousing as well as transportation) and interaction with external parties (LSPs/3PLs and Carriers) - Manage the engineered standards for distribution across many warehouses and 3PLs - Conduct training and host workshops to drive capabilities to the next level of performance

Keywords: Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Stamford , Senior Manager Logistics Steering, Professions , Stamford, Connecticut

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