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KEVIN M. NOTRICA Long Beach, CA 90803 562-715-5961 http:// www.linkedin.com/in/kevinnotrica/ firstname.lastname@example.org Lean Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Global Operations Hands on, engaged, and resourceful global operations & sales executive. Using lean logistics methodologies, I analyze processes and procedures to improve productivity, decrease spend, enhance customer service, engage customers and increase profits. With over 20 years experience in global operations & sales I have a demonstrated track record of growth and success. I am a multi functional expert working in many different settings including global import companies such as Quiksilver and Chrome Hearts, managing imports and distribution operations at AmeriFreight NA, Maersk Logistics, P&O Nedlloyd and performing business development at Sea-Land Shipping and American Express Travel. Global Operations Project Management Manage All Transportation Modes Information Systems Vendor Management Training & Development Air /Ocean Contract Negotiation Asset Management PO Management Cost Containment Warehousing & Distribution Mediation EXPERIENCE AmeriFreight NA – DBA Logistics Team, Industry, CA 2011 - Present (A $200m Global 3PL.) Vice President Global Operations - Industry, CA Oversee management and P&L for all business units including 7 distribution facilities in 4 states, freight forwarding operations, asset based FTL/LTL trucking operations, and reverse logistics services. Responsible for effectively managing global operations, sales, and customer service. Improved customer service by engaging and mediating with current key clients to gauge services, make service improvements, strategize and expand service opportunities, resulting in a 37% increase in customer satisfaction and a projected 25% increase in revenue for 2013. Created global SOP, including key metrics and Detailed Work Instruction solution allowing for rapid expansion to new markets increasing distribution square footage by 20%. Established new customer onboarding protocol with IT, Operations, Sales, Customer Service to ensure 3PL customers a methodical, orderly, focused and successful transition to our company improving on-boarding lead time by over 50%. Implemented a distribution center training program reducing shipping errors by 25% by establishing a quality control process and increasing awareness of accountability and customer service. Establish key metrics for AP, AR, CSRs and multiple operational functions all to improve service offerings, decrease spend and waste to streamline operations. Optical Shop International – Los Angeles, CA 2009 - 2011 (A $150m manufacturer, importer, distributor of luxury brand eyewear) Vice President Global Operations - Los Angeles, CA With a team of five direct reports, managed 100+ employees overseeing vendor management, global distributors, imports and exports, distribution, warehousing, quality control and returns. Replaced an ineffective vendor management program with a robust vendor partnership solution resulting in a 40% decrease in lead times and improved quality of product. Continued on Next Page Kevin M. Notrica Page 2 Revised demand planning protocol by working with major retailers and global distributors to improve accuracy of forecasting thus decreasing inventory needs by 27%. Improved global sales by 15% in a depressed global economy by developing strategic partnerships with global distributors & Improved service repair lead-time from 30 days to 5 days. Managed the successful purchase of the company, merging all operations and transitioning personnel to new ownership without any interruption in service or loss of customers. Quiksilver Inc./DC Shoes - Huntington Beach, CA 2007 - 2009 (A $2B Importer or Action Sportswear and Footwear) Director Global Logistics, Huntington Beach CA, & Vista CA With a $50M transportation budget, managed team of 10, directing global supply chain operations for Quiksilver, DC Shoes, Rossignal Skis, and Cleveland Golf affiliates. Created global logistics department at Quiksilver from the ground up, implementing import/export protocols and SOPs. Hired, trained and managed a team of logistics professionals to oversee a best in class global supply chain program for Quiksilver/DC Shoes and all other affiliates. Developed IT solution including EDI 850/856 transmissions, online exception management resulting in improved vendor relations, decreased lead times and decreased headcount usage for management open purchase orders. Negotiated transportation contracts resulting in a 15% savings in ocean and air freight expenses Improved relations with top tier vendors by executing a hands on vendor management that included origin training programs, increased communication and follow through. Decreased lead times at origin and at destination customer clearance by 20% thus improving on time delivery of open purchase orders to national retailers, decreasing cash-to-cash cycle, and allowing for a decrease in open purchase orders and letters of credit. Damco (Formerly Maersk Logistcs) - Edison, NJ 2002-2007 (A $40B Global Transportation Company) Client Development Manager, Costa Mesa, CA Managed global supply chain services and offerings for clients who had sales in excess of $2B annually. Consulted on cost containment, transportation efficiencies, IT development, data mining and benchmarking of KPIs Decreased airfreight spend by 25% for major clothing importer due to diligent data analysis. Created and implemented origin consolidation program for two business units of an import client that resulted in increased ocean container utilization, decreased transportation spend. American Express Travel Solutions – Long Beach, CA 1994-2001 (Corporate Travel Management) Vice President Business Development – Long Beach, CA Developed, sold and implemented corporate travel management solutions to mid-size corporations and cities. ADDITIONAL RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Sales Manager – Direct Line Cargo Management Services Account Manager – Buyers & Shippers Enterprises (Sea-Land Shipping) Associate Professor - Supply Chain Economics – Calif State University Long Beach EDUCATION MA Global Logistics, California State University, Long Beach, CA BS Business Administration, Marshall School of Business, Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification in Progress
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