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Agility Visibility Tools
The Agility Supply Chain Review - Analysis & Results
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A FRESH APPROACH - Introducing the Agility Supply Chain Review
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No Controls
Multiple Contacts
The Agility Supply Chain Review - Overview
Multiple Customer Contact
Additional Duty Payments • No Container Utilisation Statistics • Unplanned Freight Costs
No Duty Deferment Regimes In Place • Damaged Goods • Unplanned Express Deliveries
The Agility Supply Chain Review
Methodology
Suppliers In Control • Additional Costs • Inefficient Booking Processes • Excessive Inventory
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Agility Key Facts
The Scale of Our Business• Top 10 Global Logistics Provider • Rich Heritage - Over 150 years - Established in 1851• Financially Secure - Strong balance sheet, debt free• USD 5Bn revenues• Ownership - Publicly traded in Kuwait & Dubai• Global Network - 500+ offices• 22,000+ employees• Full portfolio of global logistics services• 8,000+ owned vehicles and transport assets• 12 million square metres of warehousing space• 550,000 square metres of open yard storage Culture• Personal Service Orientated Culture • 17 UK Locations offering local expertise• Loyal, dynamic and committed workforce• Flexible - Easy to do business with Proven Track Record• Strong customer testimonials • Loyal customer base
Agility is a new global logistics leader, with a presence in over 100 countries, employing 22,000+ staff who operate from 500+ offices. We are a company of many cultures joined by a shared dedication to being a logistics partner that offers customised solutions built on a global network with locations in Asia, Europe, Middle East and the Americas. Although the name is new to the logistics world, Agility is made up of world class companies strategically acquired to strengthen our global network and service offerings to our customers. Agility develops customised solutions that incorporate the global, industry focused capabilities of our suite of supply chain and transportation services. This translates into personal service, specialised capabilities, global coverage and local expertise. We have the capability to integrate our transportation, logistics and warehousing services to handle the most complex supply chain strategies which includes: • Market Leading Freight Management • Warehousing • Inventory Management • Fairs and Events Management • Supply Chain Management
TEAMWORK
Our Values
INTEGRITY
Taking personal responsibility for the outcome of our actions by acting safely and anticipating needs, being resourceful and following through until the job is done.
Building trust with customers, communities, suppliers and one another by doing what is right, working safely, keeping our promises, being a good citizen, complying with regulations and laws, and honouring rules of engagement.
PERSONALOWNERSHIP
EXCELLENCE
Building a culture based on excellence in thought and in execution to better serve customers. Demonstrate excellence in safety to protect our staff and the community we serve.
Working acrossorganisation and cultural boundaries to achieve extraordinary performance and deliver personal service to customers.
Introducing the Agility
Supply Chain Review
Deploy external expertise to manage tender process / out source
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Replace with a solution I already have with the aim at reducing costs Time consuming and labour intensive?
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Do I benchmark my existing provider / providers?
Replace with what I already have at a lower cost. Limited long-term impact?
Supply Chain Efficiency
How Do I Improve My
& Control Costs?
Put my business out to tender?
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Can be expensive and it is down to me to implement their recommendations Do I get my return on investment?
“ If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got ”
American motivational speaker, life coach and author. b.1960
Anthony Robbins
Director – Sales, Area North West, Europe
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Daniel Mirabitur
Mark joined Agility in October 2013 as a Strategic Account Manager, bringing with him over 18 years experience in the freight forwarding & Logistics industry. Mark’s formative career was within the express parcel industry before moving some years ago into the multi modal freight forwarding & logistics sector. With experience across multiple vertical markets including Retail, Automotive and Manufacturing, Mark is a commercially astute individual able to develop business on a consultative level and provide a fit for purpose solution which meets the individual needs of each client.
Strategic Account Manager
Mark Sweet
Kevin RolfeDirector – Sales,Area North West, Europe
Guy joined Agility in November 2004 and is a key member of the Strategic Account Management Team.  His analytical and problem solving expertise has been an integral part of the Agility Supply Chain Review process since its inception. Guy has over fifteen years experience in business analysis across several business sectors and has successfully applied this experience to the logistics industry. Detailed analysis is a key component to the Agility Supply Chain Review process, it greatly assists in our supply chain modelling and operating concept design. Guy is also responsible for designing bespoke customer reports, that provide valuable statistical information that forms part of our Agility suite of KPI reports.
Guy Cooper
Paul joined the Strategic Account Team in January 2014. An experienced business manager with an excellent record in delivering supply chain flexibility. Prior to joining Agility he held both general management and commercial supply chain solutions roles and has over 25 years’ hands on experience.  Commercially astute, he is a strategic thinker with proven ability to deliver innovative global solutions. A published subject expert focused on Life Science and Pharmaceuticals supply chains and logistics.
Paul joined Agility in a business development capacity for Scotland during April 2007. Having spent a number of years in the European freight market, Paul also previously worked in a commercial development role in both the industrial recycling and medical imaging fields, bringing wide ranging experience in developing bespoke, tailored solutions. In January 2011 Paul took up a position within Agility’s Strategic Account Management team. Based in Glasgow, Paul has worked in business development for over 20 years, including 16 years within the logistics sector.
Business Analyst - Strategic Account Management
Paul Morris
Paul Fullerton
Daniel Mirabitur Strategic Account Manager
Strategic Account Manager – Life Science
Adrian BeasleyManager – SupplyChain Solutions
Adrian joined Agility in March 2007. With 17 years, industry experience, and Prince II Project Management qualified, Adrian heads up the team who are responsible for conducting the Agility Supply Chain Review Process across the UK Business, and attends each review personally. Adrian carefully applies the knowledge gained throughout his career and the numerous Supply Chain Reviews Agility have conducted for clients, when engaging with customers to understand their logistics challenges, whilst designing fit for purpose supply chain solutions. Adrian has a strong operational and Account Management background, and previously held the position of Implementation Manager for Agility.
Mark SweetStrategic Account Manager
Adrian Beasley
Guy CooperBusiness Analyst - Strategic Account Management
Rob EynonStrategic Account Manager
Paul Morris Strategic Account Manager - Life Science
Manager – Supply Chain Solutions
A recent addition to the SAM team, Kevin joins with many years of experience as a Freight and Logistics manager in the Hi Tech and Retail sectors. A manufacturing background prior to logistics means that Kevin brings and even greater knowledge and understanding of the customer’s true needs and expectations to the team. Kevin manages the Agility Implementation process across the UK business, supported by the Agility team. The Agility approach to the Supply Chain Review and subsequent implementation process ensures customers feel safe in the knowledge that maximum efficiency in their supply chain is a direct result of entrusting their business to Agility. In his role as Implementation Manager Kevin attends each onsite Supply Chain Review, to ensure that every detail of the operating concept is captured and reflected in the project plan and SOP. This involvement from the outset ensures that all information and data captured during the Supply Chain Review is complete and that Implementation planning is at the forefront of all customer solutions offered by Agility.
Paul FullertonStrategic Account Manager
Kevin joined Agility as a National Account Manager in September 2000 having previously worked for a number of international logistics companies in both operations and sales capacities. In 2002 he was appointed National Sales Manager and subsequently in 2004, was invited to join the UK Operating Board of Directors where he took up the position of Director, Strategic Account  Management. In this capacity the Agility Supply Chain Review concept was born and specifically designed to approach logistics solution design from a different perspective. Located in Birmingham, Kevin has more than thirty years Logistics Industry experience,including over 20 years in a Business Development capacity.  In June 2010, Kevin was appointed as Sales Director Area North West, Europe and continues to actively sponsor the Agility Supply Chain Review concept. 
Rob is an experienced industry professional who joined Agility in 2007 in the role of Strategic Account Manager. During Rob’s 30+ year career he has occupied both operational and Branch management roles, before pursuing his career in National, Global and Strategic Account Management, where his skills are now applied in identifying Supply Chain improvements and delivering tailored solutions via the Agility Supply Chain Review process. During his career Rob has consistently delivered cost reduction and Continuous improvement logistics programmes to a wide variety of industry sectors. His proficiency in applying best practice across all industry sectors during Agility’s Supply Chain Review process delivers tangible results to Corporate, SME and new start up businesses.
Meet the Team
Kevin Collier
Rob Eynon
A FRESH APPROACH
Implementation Manager – Strategic Accounts
Kevin Rolfe   
 - Introducing the Agility Supply Chain Review
Kevin Collier Implementation Manager – Strategic Accounts
Daniel joined Agility in 2014 as a Strategic Account Manager.  For the last 10 years Daniel has worked in Commercial Development and Trade Lane Management for a global logistics provider.  Prior to that Daniel has a strong multimodal operational background and is approaching 20 years experience in the industry.  Daniel has a proven track record of bringing significant cost reductions to his clients through an innovative and fresh approach to their various supply chain requirements.  Daniel prides himself on his attention to detail in all areas of global supply chain management
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We do this by spending time understanding the true customer requirement and business drivers.
Review - Overview
Identify potential for savings in Supply Chain Costs
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The review is aimed at understanding the whole supply chain process - It is not limited to the movement of freight alone.
The Agility approach to Supply Chain Management is consultative.
Total visibility and control over material flows and associated costs
Benefits of a Supply Chain Review
The Agility Supply Chain Review is a proven process that provides demonstrable results and significantly improved supply chain efficiency and productivity.
Improved customer fulfilment
The Agility Supply Chain
We work with our customers in order to create a fit for purpose, managed, efficient supply chain.
Creation of a fit for purpose logistics solution
Identification of Supply Chain inefficiencies
During the Supply Chain Review...
This approach ensures there is no business disruption caused during the Supply Chain Review
Non Disclosure Agreement is signed by both parties
After the Supply Chain Review...
Before the Supply Chain Review...
Methodology
Agility spend quality time on site with key members of the supply chain during the review in order to: - Understand the company’s culture - Understand the company’s business objectives - Identify true business requirements - Determine true logistics costs
A Pre Visit Preparation document is provided to the client
Agility conduct analysis of the information obtained during the review...
We take a ‘velvet glove’ approach and all review meetings are conducted sensitively, confidentially and are kept low profile
A Pre Survey Questionnaire is provided to the client, to becompleted and returned prior to the review
Agility present the findings to the clients Senior Management Team usually 3-5 weeks after the Supply Chain Review.
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Presentation of the SCR Results
We present back, to the clients’ Senior Management Team, a “helicopter” view of our findings, identifying any inefficiencies in the current supply chain model and the results of the financial analysis.
Review - Analysis
Agility adopt an open approach and it is essential for the client to engage in the process and provide full visibility and transparency of all current processes and associated logistics costs.
The presentation of the SCR results also addresses the way in which Agility will manage the implementation process, and the on going management of the Agility proposed solution
Financial Analysis
The presentation, in MS Powerpoint is designed to be a forum for open and honest discussion. We present our findings and operating concept to address the identified inefficiencies in order to discuss our improved process recommendations and potential cost savings.
All financial information received is treated in the strictest confidence. The information is then collated electronically and analysed in detail.
A seamless Implementation is key to a successful Business Partnership
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VIEW CASE STUDY
StartFragment“Prior to the Control Tower Implementation, we had little visibility of our shipments and our costs were not under control. Now we have full track and trace available for all our global colleagues and freight spend has been significantly reduced” EndFragment Mark Edwards – Global Freight Manager, Actavis
“The results are far in excess of what we would have achieved by simply putting the freight requirement to tender, and we are now benefiting from the experience.” Des Drohan, Inbound Freight Manager, Henkel Consumer Adhesives
Tried and Tested
“This is why Agility are different”  Grant J Boultwood, Logistics Specialist, Colorcon
“We have revolutionised the way we manage our Supply Chain bringing significant process efficiencies and cost savings. This is a result of the Agility partnership which we continue to develop on a daily basis”.
Proven Methodology
What our customers have to say...
Graeme Trevett, Digital Fulfilment Manager, Lush Cosmetics
despatch process Reduced administration Control and Visibility of Supply Chain Customised Suite of monthly KPI Metrics Automated, EDI Booking Process and Bespoke Agility Tracking Solution
Due to various manufacturing constraints, Lush were experiencing issues in delivering to their international retail outlets and  other manufacturing locations via a number of niche carriers. Lack of shipment visibility, inefficient processes and inconsistent lead times lead to additional excessive costs. 
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Fully managed, controlled and staged Implementation process in order to ensure business as usual during the transition to Agility
Customised Operational Procedures for each retail outlet delivery
The Results
Return to Quotes
Partnership Approach
The Agility Solution
Case Study -  Lush
Mutually agreed suite of KPI Metrics
Customer Challenge
Cost Management Controls
Significant reduction in logistics spend Vehicle waiting time costs have been negated Freight movements have been consolidated Improved and streamlined the Lush
Total visibility of all international orders via EDI and Agility online tracking portal
Customised Operating Procedures for Vendors and Carriers
Colorcon were  utilising multiple niche carriers, and faced a challenge with cost management activity, as well as a lack of shipment visibility, inefficient shipping processes and inconsistent lead times.
Total visibility of all international PO’s and subsidiary SO’s through EDI linkage with Colorcon
Case Study -  Colorcon
Significant reduction in logistics spend Demurrage has been negated Freight movements have been consolidated EOQ’s have been implemented Reduced administration Control and Visibility of Supply Chain Customised Suite of monthly KPI Metrics
Automated, EDI Booking Process and Bespoke Agility Tracking Solution
Total Freight Management Concept Incorporating:
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Henkel Adhesives
Improvement in Container Utilisation
Inventory has been minimised through EOQ programme
Creation of a Purchase Order Management system to provide visibility of all PO’s
Considerable saving in logistics spend
Henkel were operating with inconsistent controls, there was little or no visibility of incoming Purchase Orders, inadequate carrier management and no true measurement of carrier performance. Henkel were carrying unnecessary raw materials inventory and incurring excessive transportation costs.
Streamlined vehicle intake
Customised Operating Procedures for Vendors and Carriers
Control and Visibility of Supply Chain
Planned Implementation Programme
Agility Specialist on site on an ongoing basis to manage all import and export traffic
Demurrage costs have been eliminated
Seamless Implementation process ensuring “business as usual” throughout
Standard Operating Procedures and bespoke KPI’s.
Significant reduction in operating overheads and costs.
Total Global Supply Chain visibility via online Tracking.
Bespoke solution to improve data capture and optimise the movement of ambient and temperature controlled goods worldwide. 
Agility answered Actavis’ needs by carefully reviewing all of their Supply Chain activities.
Reduction in local carriers.
Partnership approach to exploring new opportunities.
Implementation of a dedicated Global Control Tower. 
Vendor Management programme introduced.
Continuous Improvement Programme across the Supply Chain.
Case Study -  Actavis
Skilled personnel trained to GDP standards.
Due to many successful acquisitions and rapid business growth the Actavis global manufacturing & distribution footprint had expanded substantially. Their challenge was to improve overall operational efficiency and reduce their logistics costs whilst maintaining absolute compliance to GDP standards. The purchasing of freight services was locally driven and therefore fragmented. Managing too many local carriers cost time and money. Further, there was no single ERP platform in operation meaning that Actavis had limited visibility of customer lead times, logistics spend and performance. They knew they could improve they just needed some help in understanding how!
Effective management of customer lead times.
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