Michael T. Moylett
Honey Brook, PA 19344
SUMMARY Results oriented Supply Chain and Operations Executive with broad-based and extensive experience. LEAN disciple and champion. Proven track record delivering strong business results with an entrepreneurial passion for success. Recipient of several awards for performance excellence, and recognized for strong leadership skills.
EXPERIENCE Smithfield Foods, Inc. 2017 to 2018
World’s largest pork processor and hog producer with annual sales of $14 Billion.
SUPPLY CHAIN / PROCUREMENT CONSULTANT (contract), Lisle, IL
Developed Purchasing Application Strategic Vision during a SAP consolidation/implementation. Analyzed Current State and identified gaps between SAP and Strategic Sourcing group needs. Consulted with Gartner to create roadmap for path forward, including evaluating sourcing software, including Jaggaer, Cobblestone and SAP-Ariba.
C&D Technologies, Inc. 2016 to 2017
Battery Company with annual sales of $350 Million.
DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING, Blue Bell, PA
Decentralized Purchasing function, drove tactical activities to plant level and developed Supply Chain Strategic Vision.
Renegotiated contracts, strengthened existing supplier relationships and introduced a new 3PL provider.
Led Engineering savings projects and ensured Conflict Minerals regulatory compliance.
TE Connectivity 2013 to 2016
Global Electronics Company with annual sales of $14 Billion.
MANAGER SUPPLY CHAIN - AMERICAS, Harrisburg, PA (2014 to 2016)
Promoted into this role from previous position by Business Partner / project sponsor. Directed all Supply Chain activities (SAP ERP) for $1.1B BU (Business Unit). Staff consisted of 2 Materials Managers [US (9 reports) and Canada (3 reports)], a Demand Manager and a Master Production Scheduler/Project Manager. Ensured On-Time Delivery (STS), optimized Inventory (10% reduction), minimized Lead Time (by 3 days) and consistently met Revenue objectives ($400M per QTR).
Led End-to-End Connected Planning project to develop MPS capabilities - linking S&OP (JDA) to Plant Scheduling
Increased Americas STS (Ship-to-Schedule), one of our leading Scorecard metrics, from 84% to over 93%
OPERATIONS & SUPPLY CHAIN IT BUSINESS CONSULTANT, Harrisburg, PA (2013 to 2014)
Led business innovation projects within company's global Operations and Supply Chain – providing expertise in formulating competitive strategies to make the company's operations faster, better and smarter.
Developed Cost-to-Serve Inventory Optimization / Product Segmentation project using JDA software to improve customer service and lead times while lowering total inventory cost.
Used Every Angle (SAP Certified) and QlikView to analyze data and present findings
MEDIFAST (Jason Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) 2011 to 2012
Multi-level Marketing, Direct-to-Consumer and Center-based Weight Loss Company with annual sales of $350 Million.
DIRECTOR OF PROCUREMENT, Owings Mills, MD
Recruited into this role by former GODIVA colleague. Managed all company purchases (raw, direct, contract manufactured and indirect.) Directed and developed a Team of 3 Purchasing Managers, 2 Procurement Agents and a Supply Chain Specialist. Full Budgetary and P&L responsibility. Sourced strategically and improved supplier quality.
Led strategic sourcing effort of $6M (9%) in savings highlighted by the introduction of a new contract bar supplier (bars representing over 35% of sales). Realized $2M annualized savings in first 6 months.
Worked with EVP Supply Chain developing Capacity Plan, including new plant justification and site selection (Western US). Led new WMS (Manhattan Associates) selection and implementation with MS Navision ERP.
Led and strengthened the S&OP planning process, transforming the supply chain from more tactical to strategic.
LA WEIGHT LOSS, LLC (formerly LA Weight Loss Franchise Company) 2007 to 2011
Center-based Weight Loss Company that transitioned to an e-commerce Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) business with global annual sales of $15M. ($100M before original company went insolvent.)
VICE PRESIDENT SUPPLY CHAIN & PURCHASING, Horsham, PA
Directed all Supply Chain activities for a former $100M franchise-based weight loss company (went insolvent end of 2009) reborn as a $15M e-commerce/franchise business. Led a staff of 7 that managed sourcing, order management, planning, product development, quality, regulatory, customer service, distribution and logistics for all food, print and supplies for over 400 international weight loss centers, half franchisees (reduced to 55 franchise centers). Managed over 10 contract food manufacturers (>100 SKUs), a print & fulfillment supplier (> 200 SKUs) and 6 3rd-party warehouses (reduced to 2). Main customer contact. Sourced strategically and improved supplier quality. Full Budgetary and P&L responsibility.
Consolidated warehouse network (6 WH to 2) reducing inventory costs over 50%
Managed entire procurement to pay cycle, from contract and vendor management to freight and distribution to purchasing IT systems to accounts payable and reconciliation.
Identified new packaging suppliers (Cartons, Flexible & Corrugated) for Contract Manufacturers.
One of 2 executives responsible for developing internet web-based e-commerce business (LAtoYourDoor.com). Led and Championed from concept to reality. Developed financial model and business plan. Established fulfillment partner and managed price/cost/margin financial analysis. Worked closely with web developer to ensure seamless integration with fulfillment partner and credit card processor. Beginning as a start-up (3/17/2009), annualized sales at $5M end of 2009, $10M end of 2010, allowing for sale (and move) to Canadian firm for $10.5M in early 2011.
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J&J SNACK FOODS, CORP. 2004 to 2006
Snack Foods industry leader with annual sales of $500 Million.
PLANT MANAGER, Bellmawr, NJ
Led all Manufacturing, Production, Warehousing and Facilities Management. Directed a Team of 4 Supervisors and 100 full-time and 50 temporary employees. Full P&L responsibility.
Improved sales 25% ($17 to $21.5M) and improved profits 50% ($3 to $4.5M)
Developed Financial Model to Analyze and Monitor Fiscal Metrics. $Labor/case < prior year (5%)
Dramatically improved Quality, Safety and GMPs to successfully acquire $4 million in new business
Managed plant facility (Maintenance, Janitorial, Security, Lawn & Landscaping, etc.) and landlord for 3 tenants (1 office + 2 operations) from other divisions within the company (Country Home Bakers, Icee, J&J Equipment) in same building. Led Signage Project dramatically improving public image.
Worked closely with Customers to develop new products (e.g. Pretzel stick) and directed customer audits.
CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY 1989 to 2003
$6 Billion Global Food Industry Leader.
GODIVA CHOCOLATIER, INC., Reading, PA (1996 to 2003)
Global division of the Campbell Soup Company with annual sales of $350 Million. Promoted 6 times in 7 years.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS (1998 to 2003)
Promoted to transform low-performing team into high-performing, motivated team. Led and managed entire facility, from the receipt of raw materials to the shipment of finished goods. Directed a staff of 2 Production Managers, 7 Supervisors and a Team of 300 full-time and up to 500 seasonal employees. Implemented behavioral Safety program.
Implemented LEAN - reduced cycle times, lowered inventory over 10% annually, improved changeovers (SMED), eliminated waste (5S), lowered labor cost over 5% per year, cut production losses over 20% annually and improved customer service (94% to 99%). Led conversion to SAP ERP system.
Temporary Work Force Cut in half (500 to 250) - Reduced reliance on Temporary work force by improving processes, outsourcing and leveling crewing.
$2M saved in 3 years - Implemented several major capital projects including automated robotic candy pack-out lines, new chocolate enrobing line and continuous caramel cooking process
Reorganized department and upgraded skill set, including implementing pay-for performance for line management (Leader Performance Evaluation Program)
Awarded the 2002, 2001 and 2000 Proud Performance Awards, the corporation’s highest honor, for successfully implementing OPI (2002 – Operations Performance Improvement ) 25% increase in candy bar sales (2001) and outstanding Seasonal Team performance (2000 - 140 new SKUs introduced/ 22% sales increase)
DIRECTOR OF SUPPLY CHAIN (1997 to 1998)
Promoted to consolidate the Purchasing, Planning and Customer Service departments into one cohesive unit.
$1M saved vs. prior year’s costs - Developed strong supplier partnerships, generating joint savings
Served mentoring role developing successors (Director of Supply Chain and Director of Purchasing)
DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING (1996 to 1997)
Promoted to this position to turn around department. Responsibilities included Ingredients, Packaging, Co-Manufacturing, Retail Store build-out and Real Estate facilities management (over 250 company locations and 500 retail partners) for entire business unit with over 3000 SKUs and 500 Suppliers. Strategically sourced globally and implemented Campbell’s Select Supplier program.
$1.3M savings (over 5%) vs. prior year - Conducted Pareto analyses, consolidated suppliers
Developed new source of retail store furniture/fixture to display and condition product, eliminating product spoilage and saving company over $500K.
Introduced new suppliers of print, office supplies, office automation, furniture, waste management, etc.
Awarded the 1997 Golden Achievement Award, the company’s most prestigious award, for outstanding Purchasing Team performance, recognized for complete performance turnaround.
CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY, Camden, NJ (1989 to 1996)
MANAGER OF PURCHASING (1993 to 1996)
Managed the strategic sourcing of $115M annual Packaging Materials including labels, folding cartons, glass, flexible packaging, aluminum and steel using McCormack & Dodge Millennium. Led ERP Redesign and implemented BPCS.
Saved $5M (over 10%) - Developed new sources and centralized the purchase of corrugated.
Saved $600K - Leveraged corporate buying power to secure label savings for all manufacturing locations
Awarded the “Souper” Star Award as a member of the Alphabet Vegetable Reformulation Team for outstanding contribution to the success of the U.S. Soup Business Unit
MANAGER OF PURCHASING (1991 to 1993)
Led the strategic sourcing all corporate MRO and indirect purchases ($6M). Business expert for M&D: Millennium ERP system.
Saved 12% ($120K) vs. prior year - Consolidated the purchase of all business forms
Saved 5% ($150K) vs. prior year – Renegotiated corporate computer and supplies contract
SENIOR SYSTEMS ANALYST (1991 to 1991)
SYSTEMS ANALYST (1989 to 1991)
EDUCATION THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
BS, Industrial & Operations Engineering
TRAINING Manufacturers Resource Center
Principles of Lean Manufacturing with Live Simulation
The American Management Association
Effective Plant Management – The Key to Operating Excellence
Executive Program, J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management (Managing the Supply/Demand Value Chain)
The University of Tennessee
Senior Executive Program (SPC/SQC Training at the Institute for Productivity through Quality)