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Our client is one of the largest independent distributers in packaging, disposables and company supplies in Europe. The business units within the organization are focused on the markets Retail & Service, Industry, Horti- & Agriculture and Export.
The position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) contributes, together with the CEO and CFO, to and end-to-end responsibility regarding the management and continuity of the company. This company is currently in the middle of a large change project to optimize supply chain and logistics, in which processes and resources are very important. There is a strong wish to add a new board member who is responsible for the primary process within the organization, the effective and efficient course of operations and optimization of the supply chain. The COO is sparring partner for resolving strategic, often technical, but also financial and commercial matters.
Our customer is one of the world’s leading non-asset- based supply chain management companies, designs and implements industry-leading solutions in both freight management and contract logistics. Over 41,000 dedicated employees, working in 17 regional clusters around the globe, deliver operational excellence - to provide viable answers to the most challenging supply chain questions.
The position of Vice President Benelux is responsible for all Freight Management activities of the company with own operations at key transportation locations in both The Netherlands and Belgium. The position has full P&L responsibility and manages the Operational, Commercial and Financial activities of the company.
Our client is a leading global sports-fashion company. The mission is to provide the world with technically advanced products engineered with a superior fabric construction, exclusive moisture management, and proven innovation.
The Director of EMEA Operations will provide clear and timely visibility to all business units relating to all relevant risks and opportunities. This position is the link between the EMEA sales team and the global supply chain team. This position will encompass a strong leadership role within EMEA HQ and acts as the voice for all EMEA operations with senior level management.
This company has grown from its’ original two US based offices to a global network of more than 48 of its own offices, located in 17 countries around the world. With an underlying commitment to technology the company’s mission is to be a Premier Global Logistics Service Provider, meeting and exceeding customer’s needs in the areas of Air, Ocean, and Ground Transportation, Customs Clearance, Warehousing and Value Added services. The company provides value to its customers supply chain by continuously improving and investing in people and services. Headquartered in Amsterdam the company is now poised to embark on the next stage of its evolution and to drive further growth with a renewed strategic focus geared towards the leveraging of key geographical strengths with a commitment to delivering above expectation shareholder returns.
As part of the senior executive team, the CFO plays a vital role in helping to shape the future strategic direction of the company whilst at the same time taking responsibility for the financial integrity and reporting of the company. Reporting directly to the Board the CFO is expected to have excellent communication skills and have the ability to work with the finance teams within each country whilst communicating financial performance and recommendations for improvement to the board.
The industry is extremely dynamic and many aspects of financial performance analysis are reliant upon regular group reporting. An effective CFO will closely coordinate corporate finance, managing company policies regarding capital requirements, debt, taxation, equity and acquisitions, as appropriate.
This company is the healthcare division for Europe, Russia, Middle East and Africa, and provides service to customers in more than 70 countries through a powerful distribution network. Its steadily growing turnover proves the success of the company and the expertise is has have in its field. This company is market leader in the field of electronic blood pressure monitors for both private and professional use. In this particular market they have a long-lasting reputation of high quality products. Our client is increasingly improving in the field of supply chain management and customer relation management in order to be able to render the highest quality in products and services to the market.
The Supply Chain Director ensures that the Supply Chain Department performs in an optimal way. He/she is responsible for the EMEA Supply Chain strategy (definition and execution), supply and demand planning operation (forecasting, planning, purchasing, inventory control and master data), physical distribution operation (transport, warehousing and regional assembly/value added services) and the customer service operation (order fulfillment and complaint handling) in the EMEA region to meet the customers’ expectations at all times at minimum cost and optimal investment in inventory, based on the defined and approved budgets and within guidelines from central management.