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					                        MATTHEW A. MEDICK, JR.
                                           Maple Grove, MN 55369

(612) 723-2525                                                                     mmedickjr@comcast.net


              SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM) PROFESSIONAL
Resourceful, results-driven, and profit-minded supply chain management / logistics executive with MBA,
degree in material & logistics management, with experience spanning national and global shipping, logistics,
warehousing, and inventory / materials management. Proven ability to assess existing operations and
introduce new efficiencies that substantially reduce costs and increase productivity. Demonstrated track
record of leading turnarounds of problematic or costly programs. Consistent history of significantly cutting
costs by renegotiating supplier contracts and consolidating purchasing / shipping operations for economies of
scale. Effective leader develops team through coaching, training, and recognition.

                                 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Logic PD Corporation, Minneapolis, MN                                                             2010 - 2012

Materials Manager (2011-2012)
   Created a formalized structure including the scorecards throughout the Materials department.
   Developed model for the handling consignment inventory within company.
   Created new warehousing model incorporating offsite storage facilitating future growth.
   Reorganized the department creating new roles increasing efficiencies.
   Developed a new approach for the Physical and Cycle counting processes improving inventory accuracy.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
 Implemented a    dashboard system reducing operating costs by 30% and improving productivity by 24%.
   Developed overall warehousing strategy, reduced order fulfillment by over 20% per year.
   Introduced a new approach to physical inventory procedure reducing time by 65%.
   Developed and implemented a cycle counting program raising inventory accuracy from 78% to 95%.
   Led a companywide cross-functional teams including an initiative to reduce lost and missing inventory
    on the manufacturing floor resulting in a lead time reduction of over 25%.

Planning Manager (2010-2011)
   Developed a model for the creation of the Master Production Schedule and Capacity planning functions.
   Redefined the RMA process increasing turnaround time.
   Identified and developed plan for creation of a formal ECO process.
   Developed reports to supplement ERP system determining customer requirements.
   Developed requirements, created test cases, gap analysis, training, for new ERP system.
   Led cross functional team to implement a Kanban system to the manufacturing floor.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

   Reduced excess inventory by over 20% with the implementation of new ECO process.
   Kanban system lead to a reduction of inventory shortages on floor by 55%.
   Increased turnaround time of RMA order by 35% by streamlining system usage.
   Identified additional capacity which led to a shift reorganization allowing the addition of new customers.
   ERP system implemented on time, within budget, and no interruption in customer requirements.
   Defined requirements for SQL reports assisting functional groups to manage the business.
MATTHEW A. MEDICK, JR.                                                                              PAGE 2

KM Global Enterprises, Minneapolis, MN                                                          2008-Present
Consultant
   Evaluated distribution channels, warehouse requirements, and inventory targets.
   Assisted clients in forecast identification and creation.
   Responsible for buying, planning, and interfacing with scheduling personal to provide materials to the
   manufacturing floor in the most efficient manner while maintaining the lowest inventory possible.
   Identified and developed new suppliers in an effort to add additional value across the supply chain.

Eniva Corporation, Minneapolis, MN                                                               2006 - 2008
Supply Chain Director
   Brought on board to create and implement a formalized structure though out the Supply Chain.
   Responsible for identifying international fulfillment needs and developing a strategy to meet the growth.
   Developed a multi phased approach to automate the distribution process.
   Implemented a formal approach to manage inventory including creation of cycle counting.
   Formalized the purchasing process developing SOP’s and performance metrics.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
 Implemented a     dashboard system reducing operating costs by 30% and improving productivity by 24%.
   Developed overall transportation strategy, reduced transportation related expenses by over 25% per year.
   Introduced a new approach to inventory control at the company. This approach included creating and
    implementing both a cycle count and physical inventory program, leading to an improvement of 18%.
   Created and implemented a purchasing strategy that included a supplier certification program and
    supplier performance reviews improving overall supplier performance by 28%.
   Acted as a facilitator for companywide cross-functional teams including an initiative to reduce marketing
    material development time. This resulted in a lead time reduction of over 25%.

DEPARTMENT 56 INC., Minneapolis, MN                                                              1999 – 2005
Distribution Director (1999-2005)
    Promoted within one year of hire to plan and manage multifaceted warehouse consolidation, build new
    distribution program, and direct all associated operations throughout extended supply chain.
    Developed job descriptions and bonus program for managers and supervisors and devised strategies for
    new product introduction into new distribution channels.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
 Increased productivity   5% every year in position by creating and implementing performance metrics
    scorecard, evaluating operations, and retraining staff throughout distribution center.
   Held operation costs consistent as percent of sales even while sales declined 37% in increasingly
    competitive market by conducting detailed cost analyses, renegotiating and bidding out contracts.
   Cut outbound transportation costs 20% by more effective forecasting and shipment consolidation.
   Reduced accident rate 55%, lost time 50%, and workers compensation 60% by creating cross-
    departmental Safety Committee that restructured procedures.
   Cut cost per carton 30% and reduced customer delivery time and distribution costs while increasing
    warehouse space by initiating and implementing offshore (China) pick and pack operations.

Business Analyst (1999)
   Hired to manage turnaround of stalled logistics (warehousing and shipping / distribution) program.
   Played key role in company-wide teams resolving issues in invoicing and Master Packing List creation.
   Led manual physical inventories, setting baseline for cycle counting program.
   Developed training program and documentation and presented training.
MATTHEW A. MEDICK, JR.                                                                               PAGE 3


ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
 Assembled multiple     cross-functional teams to determine root cause issues and solutions and stabilized
    system and all related distribution and shipping issues within 90 days.
   Created ERP systems testing plan and test system; trained all employees.

REDMOND PRODUCTS INC. Minneapolis, MN                                                          1994 – 1999
Materials Manager
   Developed factory production schedules and planned logistics / product distribution.
   Determined best locations for distribution centers nationwide and developed forecasting system.
   Developed requirements and production plan for offshore (Australia) manufacturing operations.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
 Led team that decreased   product development time 25%, reducing costs and increasing speed to market.
   Developed plan that maintained inventory level while adding 215 new SKUs, reducing inventory costs.
   Created cycle count program that reduced physical inventory variance by 28%.

HONEYWELL INC. Minneapolis, MN                                                                    1988 – 1994
Systems Specialist (1992 – 1994)
    Developed testing plan, developed materials, trained division users, approved system change requests.
    Accountable for auditing the accuracy of the bill-of-materials, material schedules, and inventory level.
    Promoted to manage multiple aspects of MRPII system.

Production Control Coordinator (1988 – 1992)
   Coordinated the production schedules for the assembly builds. Daily reviewed and revised schedules
   based on build times, purchasing lead-times, and design changes.
   Worked with engineers and procurement on new design, ensuring customer delivery dates were met.
   Reviewed schedules from the MRPII system for accuracy, ensuring compatibility with factory capacity.

                                              EDUCATION
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Cardinal Stritch University, Minneapolis, MN
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Material & Logistics Management, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI


                                PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Certified in APICS – CPIM                                                Institute for Supply Management
Instructor for APICS – CPIM Certification

				
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Description: Matthew Medick is a resourceful, results-driven, and profit-minded supply chain management / logistics executive with MBA, degree in material & logistics management, with experience spanning national and global shipping, logistics, warehousing, and inventory / materials management.