Luiz Alberto BarberiniHead of External Manufacturing LatAm
Over 25 years’ experience in Logistics, Supply Chain, Procurement and Demand Planning areas. • Solid knowledge and experience in the whole S&OP process and its KPI´s inter-relationships with stakeholders • Demand Planning process management - pre-S&OP, with Sales, Marketing, Trade Marketing, Industrial Planning and Finance and customized tool design for such process • Management skills: experience with multidisciplinary and international teams (Brazil / Latin America / US). • Experience in S&OP , 3PL and Supply Chain Organization projects' implementation • Strong experience with Pharmaceutical and Consumer companies and Brazilian distribution model / 3PL contracts • Solid team management skillsStrong knowledge , as well as Customer Service relationship and management • Teacher for major Post Graduation Schools - Demanad Planning and Procurement/Negotiation areas CPIM APICS. Logistics & Supply Chain driven strategy. Distribution & Logistics, Demand Planning, S&OP, Procurement and Export experiences, focusing on Business necessities through effective leadership. Working as External Manufacturing Relationship Associate Director for Latin America at MSD - Merck Sharp & Dohme, in charge for external partners for CHC Division. Previously as Logistics Manager at Takeda/Nycomed Pharma, focusing on demand management, planning and distribution activities. Also has worked as Pfizer´s Logistic Manager and EFD´s Supply Chain Manager. Souza Cruz´s Procurement Manager and Rhodia´s Logistic Supervisor.
9:30 AM Optimising Lane Qualification with All Supply Chain Stakeholders in Challenging Shipping Environments
• Understand why Brazil’s vast geography and lacking infrastructure pose a unique challenge for logistics professionals – and why shipping from South to North Brazil brings road blocks never seen in other countries
• Discover how these issues can be mitigated through smart supply chain management, streamlines logistics, and open communication with supply chain partners
• Qualify solution that worked for Brazil into your global operations.
• Discuss how to establish a governance model that strives to minimise stress in the relationship and create value