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Mark Moon Distribution & Supply Chain Resume April 19, 2015

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Mark Moon Distribution & Supply Chain Resume April 19, 2015

  1. 1. MARK MOON 2659 Brickell Square / Atlanta, GA 30341 / 404.444.4656 / mark_moon@comcast.net SUPPLY CHAIN,DISTRIBUTION &WAREHOUSE EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT Over 23+ Years of Senior Leadership and Management Experience  Outstanding Track Record of Success in Meeting Supply Chain, Distribution, Logistics, Warehouse, and Operational Objectives  Achievements include a $57 Million-Plus Savings for a Fortune 100 Firm, a $20 Million Consulting Engagement Procurement, the Distribution Operations Launch for AlixPartners, and the Design for a Key U.S-Europe-Asia Supply Chain Results-proven executive with deep functional expertise across multiple industries in consulting and industry positions. Strong and decisive leader with exceptional team building, relationship development, and problem resolution skills. Subject Matter Expert in Distribution Operations; advanced skills in Warehouse Management Systems design and implementation. Collaborate effectively with individuals at all organizational levels, including C-level executives and associates on the floor.  Global Supply Chain Management  Cross-Functional Team Leadership  Labor Standards & Productivity  Software Selection & Evaluation  Continuous Process Improvement  Facility Layout/Redesign Strategies  Million-Dollar Budget Management  3rd Party Logistics Sourcing  Distribution Operations  Network Optimization  Start-Up & Turnaround Leadership  Material Handling Design Representative Clients: NIKE; Blockbuster; Mizuno; Schein Pharmaceutical; Smithsonian Institution; SuperValu; Boise Cascade; Vistakon; Seiko; Home Depot; Quaker Oats; Plasmatherm; Johnson & Johnson; OHL Logistics; SPX; PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Independent Consultant – Various ClientCompanies–Atlanta, GA – 2004-2005;2012-2015 Consulted with clients to provide expertise and leadership in supply chain and distribution operations; Utilizing solid functional expertise gained across multiple industries - retail, manufacturing, media, consumer products, pharmaceutical, grocery, etc. - managed projects for various companies implementing process and system improvements in logistics, distribution and warehouse operations. Selected Accomplishments:  Consulted and collaborated on a new distribution strategy for a global consumer products company including a network strategy and detail design of six new 850,000–1,800,000 square foot facilities; included as part of the engagement was generating detail designs, creating material handling equipment specifications and vendor bid package evaluations  As part of a key engagement, led the supply chain organization of a Japanese equipment manufacturer for ~8 months; managed $5 million budget and overseeing team of ~85 in distribution network operations across two shifts, including 8 direct reports. Renegotiated contracts for distribution centers on outside storage, as well as third party logistics contracts, material handling agreements, and supply agreements  Reduced cycle time 34% and inventory by 27% (creating same-day shipping opportunity) while increasing throughput capacity 2x and increasing service levels by 15% in role as Supply Chain VP.  Drove 9% reduction in purchasing costs by realigning supply chain organization to focus on strategic sourcing, procurement strategies, and forecasting accuracy. Senior ManagerGlobalWarehouseOperations –Atkore International(formerlyTycoE&MP– 2009-2011) Recruited for a newly created position to lead and oversee all warehouse operations of a global network of 26 warehouses in US, Canada, Europe, China and Brazil. Managed a team of 14 direct and indirect staff focused on initiatives that included implementing lean processes in distribution centers, nationalizing material handling sourcing, conducting finished goods network strategy, budget and capital project activities, and creation of performance benchmarks/service level dashboard. Selected Accomplishments:  Conducted material handling sourcing strategy of all lift equipment across the network of warehouses resulting in a $1.2 million reduction
  2. 2. MARK MOON – PAGE 2 404.444.4656 / mark_moon@comcast.net  Utilizing and implementing lean techniques (5S, Kaizen events, etc.) across the network reduced total warehousing costs by $2.2million.  Created, led and managed a global packaging initiative resulting in a reduction of 45% of various corrugate sizes used anticipating a ~$1.1 million savings Director, Enterprise Improvement – ALIXPARTNERS, LLC – Southfield,MI – 2005-2009 Directed broad range of engagements that included global supply chain design, post-merger integration, warehouse detail design, inventory management, 3PL outsourcing, and others. Managed teams of up to 4 AlixPartners consultants and 10 client staff. Leveraged analytical, communication, and facilitation skills within each engagement to meet project goals and achieve full client satisfaction. Selected Accomplishments:  Developed and launched the Distribution Operations practice, including internal branding, methodology development, and collateral design. Sold approximately $2 million in incremental fees with the DC operations capabilities to existing clients.  Captured $20 million engagement with engine manufacturer in 2005 that represented the highest one-time revenue engagement for the company at the time.  Reduced inventory 37% to secure $28 million savings and cut operational costs by $3 million through site selection and implementation of turnkey detail design to consolidate 2 warehouses into a single distribution center.  Led comprehensive program, integrating multiple logistics organizations. Charged with post-merger and acquisition integration of three logistics companies. Created master project plan, including strategic alignment, customer transitions, lane/gateway strategy, station productivity, network assets, dashboard metrics and compensation systems. Leveraged volumes on same gateway, reducing costs overall 10%. Principal, Operations Services – A.T. KEARNEY – Atlanta, GA– 2000-2004 Managed all aspects of Operations Services that ranged from selling consulting services to delivering results for engagements. Worked with individuals at all levels of an organization, from C-level executives to workers on the manufacturing floor. Functioned as the Subject Matter Expert for warehouse management systems and distribution. Provided analyses and strategies for the key objectives including distribution improvement, 3PL sourcing, facility design, WMS implementation and others. Selected Accomplishments:  Led program transformation for a Fortune 100 company (food retailer and wholesaler), leading to $57 million in logistics savings. Implemented voice recognition technology within distribution centers  Facilitated 20.4% cost reduction for major multimedia firm by leading due diligence for a major outsourcing logistics deal, including development of “should cost” analysis for the distribution facilities.  Sold ~$35 million in consulting services during tenure; institutionalized methodology for warehouse management system requirements and software selection/implementation.  Participated in recruiting efforts nationally for MBA candidates at Stanford University, Georgia Tech, University of Michigan, and Northwestern ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE/ ACHIEVEMENTS: Senior Manager, Supply Chain – DELOITTECONSULTING–Atlanta, GA– 1996-2000 Selected Accomplishments:  Identified ~$32 million in annual savings by leading a supply chain diagnostic for a health care consumer products corporation, including contract negotiations, manufacturing supply reliability, demand planning, sourcing, and distribution center design.  Developed and implemented design fornew customer service center for a Fortune 500 company in Tomisato-cho, Japan to be used in domestic distribution of footwear. Supported 200% growth in the Asian market. Material handling included AS/RS cranes for pallet and carton storage; multi-floor-processing facility supported by conveyor systems, and automated sortation for shipment.
  3. 3. MARK MOON – PAGE 3 404.444.4656 / mark_moon@comcast.net  Restructured entire supply chain process to cut cost costs and improve order processing. Japanese equipment manufacturer was facing increased logistics costs and eroding order fulfillment. Broke supply chain down into components from contract manufacturing to order management. Created new cycle time profile. Developed event workflow system with complete action requirements through entire process. Reduced logistics costs 38%, $10M+, and decreased cycle time from 62 to 18 days.  Performed a due diligence evaluation of distribution capabilities of two multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical wholesalers for the eventual merger of the two companies. Evaluation included assessing facility designs and distribution system capabilities and recommendations for the migration strategy  Relocated to Tokyo, Japan to serve as global engagement manager for supply chain design across Asia, Europe, and the U.S. Manager, Supply Chain – COOPERS&LYBRAND (SYSTECON)–Atlanta, GA – 1993-1996 Selected Accomplishments:  Managed the enterprise transformation strategy for two multi-billion dollar paper product manufacturers. Strategy included alignment of assets into focused factories and mega-plants and the distribution strategy associated with production runs  Reengineered the order fulfillment process for a Fortune 500 timber and paper/pulp manufacturer. Project initiatives included commodity and value-added service channels and the manufacturing and distribution strategy to support customer delivery requirements. Included changing manufacturing strategy to increase order fulfillment from 78% to 95% fill rates. Realized total of $70 million in savings  Led the process and system enhancement for a school supplies company of a JD Edwards system for the warehouse management system module implementing bar-coding, directed put-away in reserve storage, and let-down for event triggered replenishment activities  Managed the implementation of a warehouse management system for the North American distribution center for a watch and timepiece manufacturer. Project included integration of warehouse management system and multiple subsystems including radio frequency subsystem, pick-to-light system, conveyor control system, custom tagging system, and sort to ship system. Project featured in Modern Materials Handling Magazine  Led the design, development and implementation of a new order fulfillment center for a major mail-order pharmacy. The system automates the receiving, putaway, retrieval, and order fulfillment processes, utilizing the latest material handling technologies including bar coding, conveyor control systems, Baker Cell dispensing, QC imaging, and radio frequency controlled task interleaving. Project doubled throughput capacity and realized $3 million in distribution savings.  Managed the network consolidation and eventual Greenfield facility design for a 300,000 square foot distribution center to support a sales force of over 2,000 for a multi-billion manufacturer and distributor of tobacco products. Project included material handling, selection, and implementation of a warehouse management system. Project responsibilities included equipment specifications, solicitation of vendor proposals, proposal evaluation, system and equipment selection and vendor negotiations  Developed and implemented short-term recommendations for the distribution operations of a major Midwest discount retailer. Improved space utilization by 24% and throughput capacity by 39% for spikes in demand  Provided distribution design strategy expertise for a world renowned museum's mail-order catalog operations  Performed ERP post implementation value capture rapid diagnostic of a JD Edwards implementation for a chemical corporation focused on sourcing, operations optimization, fleet productivity, and staffing reduction totaling more than $2.5 million  Led an inventory improvement and accuracy project for a 750,000 square foot facility for a Fortune 100 CPG company resulting in an improvement from 72% to 98% accuracy Distribution Manager, Senior Industrial Engineer – QUAKER OATS– Newport,TN – 1990- 1993 Selected Accomplishments:  Managed and operated an 800,000 square foot facility with 7 direct reports and an overall staff of 72 across 3 shifts; eliminated use of temp workers, decreased overtime from 10% to 3% and handled throughput of ~20 million cases for a food and beverage manufacturer:
  4. 4. MARK MOON – PAGE 4 404.444.4656 / mark_moon@comcast.net  Senior industrial engineer for manufacturing and distribution of several product lines including liquid and powder Gatorade, Van Camp brands, and grain cakes. o Created, compiled and managed Plant Operating Budget o Developed manufacturing line asset requirements, utilization and control of variable line costs o Administered capital equipment justification program o Managed cost reduction program EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS Bachelor of Industrial Engineering, 1990: Georgia Tech; Lean SixSigma Black Belt, 2010: Villanova University Training: Presentation Skills; WERC Annual Convention; Art of Negotiations; Georgia Tech Logistics Institute. Affiliations: Warehouse Education and Research Council; Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals; Board Member, Brickell CommunityCenter; Georgia Tech Alexander Tharpe Fund. Publications: AlixPartners/QuickStrike for Distribution Operations/Author and Facilitator Webinar/2009; Facility Consolidation Article/Traffic World/Author – Pending; How to Find Hidden Potential in your Warehouse/Co-Author/Traffic World/2008; ATK Warehouse Management System Webinar/Creator/ 2003; NIKE Reinvents Supply Chain/Contributor– SupplyChainManagementReview. WERC – MarkMoon/APracticalApproachtoWarehouseDesign/Authorand Presenter Annual Convention/1995; Modern Materials Handling - Contributor – Seiko Doubles Throughput/1995

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