Developing a Culture of Innovation
UTi Worldwide    Financial Highlights (FY10)       Revenues:                                                              ...
Culture of Innovation                                                                                                     ...
Training                                •   UTi University                                •   Achieve Global/Frontline Lea...
Driving Innovation                       .                                  .                                             ...
Importance of Innovation to Manufactures & Retailers•    LSP’s are seizing the opportunity to specialize in redesigning op...
Automotive Vertical – Innovation                                     7 
Automotive Vertical – Innovation                                     8                                        8
Global Healthcare Spend• The global health industry is dominated by the USA     – 5% of world population     – Spends over...
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Pharma Vertical - Innovation                 Traditional Pharma Distribution Model Manufacturer • Receives orders from who...
Pharma Vertical - InnovationDirect DistributionManufacturer• Controls the channel• Sets price and trading policies at reta...
“Knowledge has to be improved,  challenged, and increased  constantly, or it vanishes.”Peter Drucker                      ...
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  1. 1. Developing a Culture of Innovation
  2. 2. UTi Worldwide Financial Highlights (FY10) Revenues: $3.6 billion Net Revenues: $1.4 billion Operating Income: $96 million* Net Income – continuing ops: $54 million ($0.54/share)* Global Network 19,514 employees (FY10) 370 Owned Freight Forwarding locations in 282 cities in 62 countries Operate in 24.3 M Sq Ft Seven Major Industry Verticals Service Lines Chemicals Contract Logistics: Warehousing and Distribution Hi-Tech and Consumer Electronics Retail, Consumer Products Transportation Management Fashion and Apparel Truck Brokerage and Distribution Pharmaceutical Air/Ocean Freight Forwarding and Customs Automotive and Assembly Supply Chain Management Services Government, Aerospace and Defense2 * Excludes impairment, restructuring and severance charges of $12.1 million /$13.1 million after taxes
  3. 3. Culture of Innovation 2010 QMS – Quality Management System 2003 Awarded South Carolina’s Governors Quality Award 2001 Six Sigma $1 million savings for clients 2000 UTi University implemented to train managers 1997 ISO 9002 Registration - 1995 Benchmarking 1993 • Federal Express • Motorola • Westinghouse • Milikin1989 TQM - Total Quality Management Crosby Philosophy “Quality is Free” 3
  4. 4. Training • UTi University • Achieve Global/Frontline Leadership • Baldrige Criteria for Excellence • Management/Career Development • Labor Relations • Human Relations • Six Sigma • 360 Degree Feedback • Succession PlanningAll information in this 4document is Confidential.
  5. 5. Driving Innovation . . . . . . EMENA Pacific Americas Asia Africa SouthBusiness Unit Consistency Vertical Innovation 5
  6. 6. Importance of Innovation to Manufactures & Retailers• LSP’s are seizing the opportunity to specialize in redesigning optimal supply chain networks for their customers Source : eyefortransport – 3PL Market Report NA 2010 6
  7. 7. Automotive Vertical – Innovation  7 
  8. 8. Automotive Vertical – Innovation  8 8
  9. 9. Global Healthcare Spend• The global health industry is dominated by the USA – 5% of world population – Spends over 45% of total healthcare• Top 20 countries account for 90% of spend• 84% of world population shares 11% of spending, but suffers 95% of diseasesSource : Espicom, WHO 9
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  11. 11. Pharma Vertical - Innovation Traditional Pharma Distribution Model Manufacturer • Receives orders from wholesalers • Grants discounts to move product • Supplies the channel with product Manufacturer Manufacturer Manufacturer High cost due to duplication waste of distribution resourcesWholesaler Wholesaler Wholesaler Wholesaler Wholesaler High cost due to duplication waste of distribution resources Pharmacy Pharmacy Pharmacy Hospital Other
  12. 12. Pharma Vertical - InnovationDirect DistributionManufacturer• Controls the channel• Sets price and trading policies at retail• Receives detailed daily trading information• Lower costs – improved cash flow Shared Distribution Infrastructure Manufacturer Manufacturer ManufacturerPharmacy Pharmacy Wholesale Hospital Other
  13. 13. “Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes.”Peter Drucker 13

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