July 14th, 2016
A highly experienced senior Supply Chain Operational expert with proven practical business transformation experience in many industry verticals and geographies. He has also been at the leading edge of implementing Supply Chain Information Technology and Business to Business networks. Phil is very results driven, understands how to achieve change in complex organisation and ensures customer focus throughout. Phil is one of the leading exponents of business process automation through supply chain information technology and B2B integration. He lectures at number of leading Universities and has spoken at a number of conferences internationally.
Sample Consultancy Assignments
National Semiconductor: Created and led the project reducing cycle times in the downstream Supply Chain from 22 weeks to 9 days, managing a cross functional team of operations, finance and legal.
Fairchild Semiconductor: Merged $93m European supply chain operation with that of National Semiconductor within 6 weeks of takeover being announced.
Analog Devices: Instigated Lean processes to completely transform the logistics operation increasing on time delivery from 78% to 98%.
Motorola: Undertook a review of customs duty worldwide and then implemented changes saving £3m per year. A separate project improved forecast accuracy, increasing inventory turns from 4 to 12.
Elemica: Lead the introduction of Oracle TMS Saas worldwide as an additional revenue stream.
Oracle/Glog: Responsible for the delivery of 30+ successful implementations of OTM including Tesco, K & N, General Motors.
2014 Onwards Consultant The Consultancy Company
2007-2014 Managing Director International Business Logistics.
1999-2007 VP International Operations, Glog (later Oracle)
1996-1999 Global Supply Chain Director, Motorola Cellular
1993-1996 Managing Director International Business Logistics
1984–1993 European Logistics Director National Semiconductor
1976-1984 Air Export Manager Kendall Globe Ltd ( K & N)
1971-1976 Royal Air Force Officer (Pilot)
Master of Science Supply Chain Management Cranfield University Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport