David V. Moreno
3805 West Alabama, #5105 Mobile: 239-682-5788
Houston, Texas 77027 Email: email@example.com
Summary of Qualifications
Supply Chain professional with global multi-industry Manufacturing and Third Party Logistics expertise in Supply Chain, Logistics and
Procurement Management seeking Global Supply Chain Opportunity. Have demonstrated the ability to conceptualize and solve problems
through the implementation of innovative systems, methods and leadership of people to facilitate desired goals. Highly successful in
implementing negotiating strategies that surpass expected goals. Results orientated, with experience and effective skills in P&L,
communication, project management, operations, resource management, cost improvement, strategic planning, and management consulting
with internal and external customers.
Resources Global Professionals, Houston, TX 2008 - Present
Consultant, Supply Chain Management Practice
A major Global consulting company specializing in Supply Chain Management, Finance, IT and Human Resources management practices.
Resources Global Professionals has operations in more than 85 offices in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, and serves 2,200 clients
in 66 countries.
Strategic Sourcing Project Consultant at Exterran Holdings, a global market leader in full service natural gas compression, in Houston,
Texas. Developed and negotiated Supply Chain sourcing opportunities and contracts for Export crating and packaging services,
freight forwarding, customs brokerage, and transportation providers. Developed Vendor Contracts, KPI’s and other Metrics.
Project Consultant Export Compliance at Exterran Holdings. Managed major capital projects including all activities associated with
trade compliance and export requirements sourced from USA suppliers and Exterran locations to customers located in Czech
Republic, Kazakhstan, Russia, China, Indonesia, Singapore, Brazil, Venezuela and UAE.
Category Sourcing Lead at Michaels Stores, Irving, Texas. Developed requirements, RFQ bid proposal process and subsequent
Reverse Auctions using IASTA Platform for packaging materials and components. Developed Vendor Contracts, KPI’s and other
Metrics. Delivered savings in excess of $1MM.
JOHNSON ELECTRIC GROUP, Hong Kong, China 2006 - 2008
Manager, Global Logistics Development and Planning
A major Global Manufacturer with operations in more than 30 countries, and 40,000 employees. Report to the Director Supply Chain
Services. Responsibilities include; support of two main businesses; Automotive Product Group and Industrial Product Group, the support
of Subsidiary companies, leading RFP and RFQ proposal processes, Contract Negotiations, Project Implementation, Budgeting and
Business Plan development. Manage all three regions within the Johnson Electric Group; Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Americas.
Led Department Team in developing an RFQ bid proposal process and subsequent Reverse Auctions using Ariba Platform
Developed a Regional VMI Warehouse in Sydney, Australia for a major customer and to store imported product for redistribution
Developed contacts with several Logistics providers in Hong Kong and PRC to provide Transportation, Distribution, Warehousing,
and Value Added Services
Responsible for a Logistics Spend exceeding $25 MM USD.
TNT LOGISTICS CHINA, Beijing, China/Shanghai, China 2004 - 2006
Manager, Business Development
A major Global Logistics, Transportation and Mail company and division of TPG. Report directly to the COO of Automotive Logistics.
Responsible for implementing market strategies to identify business opportunities within the Automotive Market Sector and to develop
these opportunities into profitable consulting service contracts and/or operational contract logistics services. Responsibilities include;
support of ANJI-TNT Automotive Logistics joint venture, the Automotive Vertical Market in P.R.C., leading RFP and RFQ proposal
processes, Contract Negotiations, Project Implementation, Budget and Business Plan development.
Led Project Team in developing an RFQ bid proposal as the LLP for a major automotive operation expanding their existing operations
in the People’s Republic of China. Project encompassed the management of imported and domestic product flows and storage in a JIT
Center and out of the Center to the customer’s Manufacturing Operation.
Developed a Regional Warehouse in Beijing for a client to store imported product for redistribution within P.R.C.
Developed contacts with several Logistics providers in PRC to provide Transportation, Distribution, Warehousing, and Value Added
Research and Development of prospective customers to market services to, and development of that market.
IMPACT MANAGEMENT GROUP, Houston, TX/Dalian, China 2001 - 2004
Director, Asia Pacific
An L.L.C. company providing Global Logistics and Transportation services. Responsibilities included; development and implementation
of strategic alliances, within varied logistics market segments for the Asia Pacific Region, Business Development, Marketing, developing
working relationships with second tier suppliers and 3PL providers, Business Plan development, Budgeting, Contract Negotiations, leading
RFP and RFQ proposal processes, and Project Implementation. Position required extensive travel and living in the People’s Republic of
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Developed Business Plan for company to operate in the People’s Republic of China.
Developed site selection and negotiated with Property Management companies in PRC for Office Space and Services.
Developed requirements and negotiated the implementation of a Business Representative Office in PRC.
Researched and developed contacts with several Logistics providers in PRC to provide Transportation, Distribution, Warehousing, and
Value Added Services. Developed prospective clients that company should market services to.
Consulting assignments with Global Rush for Quality Inspection of China Sourced Tier 1 Automotive Parts.
APL LIMITED, Oakland, CA/Houston, TX 2000 - 2001
Manager Logistics Development Projects
A major Global Logistics and Transportation company and division of NOL. Reported directly to the Vice President Engineering Services.
Responsible for implementing market strategies to identify business opportunities within varied logistics market segments and to develop
these opportunities into profitable consulting service contracts and/or operational contract logistics services. Responsibilities included;
support of APL Business Logistics Services and the Sales Marketing Group on a global basis, leading RFP and RFQ proposal processes,
Contract Negotiations, Project Implementation, Budget and Business Plan development. Special emphasis on contact and support of
outside customers and a close working relationship with second tier suppliers and 3PL providers. Position required extensive travel,
significant time spent in China. Established and chaired a Logistics Development Steering Team to guide the organization in rationalizing
and deploying human and fiscal resources, standardize training requirements and operational processes.
Project Leader and LLP Managing Director for a major Automotive Logistics contract in China with General Motors. Responsible for
the Sourcing and Management of the flow of vehicle parts from Brazil and China local suppliers to a Re-Distribution Center (RDC).
Established the RDC operations and flow of material from the RDC to the plant site employing Lean Manufacturing and Material
Led Project Team in developing an RFP bid proposal as the LSP for B & Q, a major Home Building Retail operation expanding their
existing operations in China. Project encompassed the management of imported and domestic product flows into and out of Regional
Distribution Centers to be located throughout China.
Led Project Team in developing an RFP bid proposal as the LLP for DOW Chemical Company in Zhangjiagang, PRC. Project
encompassed the management of imported and domestic Materials and Finished Goods flows into and out of a Regional Distribution
Center located in Zhangjiagang, and Regional Distribution Centers located throughout China.
Led Project Team in developing an RFP bid proposal as the LLP for a major Transportation outsourcing initiative with the joint armed
forces of the United States.
SHELL OIL COMPANY, Houston, TX 1994 - 2000
Manager Global Logistics
Global supplier of Hydro-Treating and Specialty Catalysts. Reported directly to the Vice President of Operations, responsibilities included
Supply Chain activities, including; Purchasing, Packaging, Logistics Planning, Distribution and Transportation. Established and chaired a
corporate wide Global Logistics Council
Consolidated packaging material purchasing and developed new packaging specifications for domestic and export packaging
materials, including a returnable packaging program reducing costs by $1 Million (34%).
Developed RFQ and subsequent Core Carrier Program. Established Key Metrics, implemented, and reported KPI’s to measure carrier
performance. Carrier base reduced to 35 carriers from 200+ pre-program.
Negotiated new rail transportation agreements, which improved service and saved more than $1.2 Million annually.
Conducted customer presentations and developed catalyst bulk transfer operations which resulted in improved service to our
customers and an annualized cost reduction of $.8 Million for Criterion.
Renegotiated Export contracts with steamship lines for Far East and European shipments, which resulted in reduced container
demurrage and transportation costs of $.6 Million annually.
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, GE PLASTICS, Parkersburg, WV 1988 - 1994
Manager, Logistics & Distribution
A major $500 million Plastic Resin Distributor, Manufacturer and a subsidiary of General Electric. Responsibilities included support of the
Sales organization, close liaison with suppliers, customers, and Finance Department, management and support of Purchasing, Packaging,
Inventory Planning, Logistics Planning, Transportation and Logistics.
Led Polymerland in a Distribution Network consolidation joint venture with GE Plastics, yielding a $2 million savings.
Consolidated packaging material specifications and purchasing, achieving savings of $250,000 annually.
Implemented staging warehouses for export shipments, achieving an annual reduction in cost of $225,000.
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AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY, SHULTON GROUP, Wayne, NJ 1982 - 1988
Manager, Distribution Systems Development
Consumer Products and Health and Beauty Aids division with sales of $500 million. Directed distribution operations of a network
consisting of 14 third party and company facilities. Development and implementation of computer systems, distribution budgeting, site
selection, new product support, and Import activities.
Directed the design, justification and implementation of integrated on-line shipment routing, freight rating, auditing and information
processing systems that resulted in savings of $.6 Million annually.
Developed models, conducted studies, and served as chairman of a Distribution Reconfiguration Task Force. Implemented changes in
the Distribution Network that achieved savings of $.8 Million annually.
FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY, Rutherford, NJ MBA Program - Management Studies
UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN, New Haven, CT 1979 BS Marketing - Minor in Economics
Professional Memberships/Professional Development
Member of: Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and Warehouse Education and Research Council (WERC).
Courses or training in: AMA Project Management Skills, AMA Finance for Executives, Incoterms 2000, DOT and IATA Regulations,
AMA and SHELL Negotiating Courses, Franklin Time Management, GE Quality Training, GE Interpersonal Communication Skills, GE
Team Building Skills, and several other GE sponsored training courses.