Ko 2020 Global Procurement Alignment

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Ko 2020 Global Procurement Alignment

  1. 1. Working As An Integrated Global System Ron Lewis Vice President, North America Coca-Cola Enterprises
  2. 2. What Is Cross Enterprise Procurement Group? • System’s Global Bottler Collaborative Procurement Initiative • Work Together Across Key Categories of Spend • Collaborative Effort Involving Company, Bottlers and Suppliers • 86% Global Unit Case Sales Represented in CEPG • 33 Initiatives Link in 215 Bottlers Closures & Labels Glass Metal % System PET Spend In Sales & Marketing Equipment CEPG Sweeteners Total 0 20 40 60 80 100
  3. 3. CEPG Operates On A Global Scale $19 Bn = 2/3 Of Global Buy CCBSS Entecom CCBSC Promesa CBPC EAJPF AFBCC
  4. 4. Unique Rules Of Engagement Approve strategies and business OPERATING plans, hold teams accountable COMMITTEE and measure performance PROGRAM Direct and validate SPONSORS program strategies Empowered to negotiate for all PROGRAM members, accountable for TEAMS delivering results
  5. 5. How CEPG Adds Value Deep Category Global Supplier Knowledge Relationships To Leverage Scale Alignment To Speak To System And Suppliers With One Voice Commodity Price Risk Sustainability Management And Innovation Expertise
  6. 6. Driving CEPG To The Next Level TODAY 2020 Operational Excellence Sustain Competitive Advantage Expanding Scope
  7. 7. We Are One Of The World’s Largest Consumer Goods Businesses ESTIMATE BUY MAKE MOVE SERVE $64 Bn ~$32 Bn ~$8 Bn ~$16 Bn ~$8 Bn Cost (50%) (12.5%) (25%) (12.5%) > $19B system 900+ manufacturing 8,500 warehouses 65 MM cases/day controlled spend operations 200,000 delivery 16 MM distribution ~300 contract fillers trucks points 2.4 MM vendors 7 MM coolers $50 Bn ~$6-8 Bn ~$10-15 Bn ~$25-30 Bn ~$6 Bn Assets (raw materials inventory) (plants) (warehouses & fleet) (cold drink equipment) $8 Bn Capital Per Year, Current Business Model
  8. 8. We Are One Of The World’s Largest Consumer Goods Businesses ESTIMATE BUY MAKE MOVE SERVE $64 Bn ~$32 Bn ~$8 Bn ~$16 Bn ~$8 Bn Cost (50%) (12.5%) (25%) (12.5%) > $19B system 900+ manufacturing 8,500 warehouses 65 MM cases/day controlled spend operations 200,000 delivery 16 MM distribution ~300 contract fillers trucks points 2.4 MM vendors 7 MM coolers $50 Bn ~$6-8 Bn ~$10-15 Bn ~$25-30 Bn ~$6 Bn Assets (raw materials inventory) (plants) (warehouses & fleet) (cold drink equipment) $8 Bn Capital Per Year, Current Business Model
  9. 9. We Are One Of The World’s Largest Consumer Goods Businesses ESTIMATE BUY MAKE MOVE SERVE $64 Bn ~$32 Bn ~$8 Bn ~$16 Bn ~$8 Bn Cost (50%) (12.5%) (25%) (12.5%) > $19B system 900+ manufacturing 8,500 warehouses 65 MM cases/day controlled spend operations 200,000 delivery 16 MM distribution ~300 contract fillers trucks points 2.4 MM vendors 7 MM coolers $50 Bn ~$6-8 Bn ~$10-15 Bn ~$25-30 Bn ~$6 Bn Assets (raw materials inventory) (plants) (warehouses & fleet) (cold drink equipment) $8 Bn Capital Per Year, Current Business Model
  10. 10. We Are One Of The World’s Largest Consumer Goods Businesses ESTIMATE BUY MAKE MOVE SERVE $64 Bn ~$32 Bn ~$8 Bn ~$16 Bn ~$8 Bn Cost (50%) (12.5%) (25%) (12.5%) > $19B system 900+ manufacturing 8,500 warehouses 65 MM cases/day controlled spend operations 200,000 delivery 16 MM distribution ~300 contract fillers trucks points 2.4 MM vendors 7 MM coolers $50 Bn ~$6-8 Bn ~$10-15 Bn ~$25-30 Bn ~$6 Bn Assets (raw materials inventory) (plants) (warehouses & fleet) (cold drink equipment) $8 Bn Capital Per Year, Current Business Model

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