Supply Chain

Supply Chain

As supply chains become more fragmented, dispersed, and complex, professionals who can create clarity from chaos are in high demand.

Supply chain is a vital part in the success of every business - understanding, predicting and responding effectively to the trends and challenges facing your industry sector is key in helping your organisation succeed. Like all sectors, supply chain has a number of constantly changing hurdles to manoeuvre - according to German logistics giant DHL, “Growing consumerism, blurring sector boundaries, demanding emerging markets, and the increasing need for lean, risk-controlled approaches in complex marketplaces are today’s major supply chain drivers.”

Artificial intelligence (AI), digitalisation and transparency- all topics of concern as supply chain is rapidly being disrupted by technological and social changes. Companies are under increasing demand to respond to the pressure of what’s become known as the ‘Amazon Effect’ - where the goliath is raising expectations on how quickly products can be delivered and how cheaply.

Supply chain leaders of the future will also be faced with the task of harnessing the power of ‘big data’ - as recently as 2017, a typical supply chain accessed 50 times more data than five years earlier. Yet, less than a quarter of this data is being analysed in order to understand and predict how external factors affect supply chains in real time - from labour shortages and adverse weather conditions to political unrest and spikes in demand, ‘big data’ can analyse these to maximise operational efficiency and gain a competitive advantage.

Market growth in the supply chain area will be accelerated by the need to improve data rates and speeds, the need to improve supply efficiency, the emergence of (AI) and machine learning for the supply chain management. DHL believes “Demand for supply chain talent is at an all-time high, as more and more companies have recognised how important supply chain management is to their success” - the future looks bright for employees in the sector.

Our expert consultants located are specialists in their markets, recruiting top talent for leading organisations in the supply chain sector throughout Germany and Europe.

Supply Chain Jobs

Sustaining Engineer
US$60000 - US$110000 per annum, England

The sustaining engineer will be responsible for: Providing guidance and support to the manufactur...

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Operations Manager ($9bn+ Hyper Growth Ecommerce Company!)
US$100000 - US$120000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits + Relocation -if needed, Boston

An exciting and hyper growth Ecommerce Retails is now looking to hire top performing Operations M...

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Operations Manageralready
US$100000 - US$120000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits + Relocation -if needed, Boston

An exciting and hyper growth Ecommerce Retails is now looking to hire top performing Operations M...

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Warehouse Manager
Negotiable, Dallas

This industry-leading premier plastics distribution firm is looking to add an established Warehou...

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1st Shift Production Supervisor
Negotiable, Atlanta

An industry leading manufacturer supplying air distribution, critical controls, and noise control...

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Warehouse Manager
Negotiable, Thomasville

Company Description Broadline distributor, maintains a unique relationship with a variety of loca...

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Process Engineering Manager
Company car,medical insurance, Milwaukee

The Process Engineering Manager will have the following responsibilities: Hire, train, and lead a...

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Lead Electrical Engineer
Negotiable, California

Lead Electrical Engineer Needed for a Rapidly Growing Start up Greater Los Angeles Area Competiti...

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Regional Demand Planner
Negotiable, Netherlands

Regional Demand Planner Salary: Competitive Company Summary: A global consumer goods firm which i...

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