My name is Adam Sobolewski and I have been working in various areas of the Supply Chain and Logistics for years. I deal with demand and supply planning, inventory optimization, master data management, warehouse operations, and negotiating logistics conditions with suppliers.
As a project manager, I was responsible for the implementation of SAP MRP and more advanced planning systems in the Supply Chain. I also supported the processes of opening a new distribution center and selecting a logistics operator for the eCommerce channel.
I have worked in most Central and Eastern European markets. Currently, as Head of Operations, I am working to develop the supply chain and distribution network of one of Europe’s eCommerce aggregators.
If you are interested in my experiences, please visit my Linked In profile.
WHY IS IT WORTH READING THIS BLOG?
On my blog, I write about how to manage Logistics to meet the needs of business. I deal with the subjects like team management, demand and supply planning processes, inventory optimization, and technology as a crucial part of a modern Supply Chain.
If you want Logistics in your organization to be effective, or you are simply looking for answers to the questions:
- how to organize a supply chain team?
- what key indicators to use in the supply chain?
- how to choose a supply chain planning system?
- how to plan the demand, supply and stock level?
- how much should Logistics cost in your company?
- how to build competences in the supply chain?
- how to choose a logistics operator?
then you are in the right place. I invite you to read regularly!
On the blog, I publish only my own opinions and studies prepared on the basis of generally available materials or authorized statements of the people or organizations I quote.
The entries posted on the blog do not represent the policies and views of my current employer or previous employers or clients and contractors.
Also remember that you always make business decisions at your own risk. Even if you use the information I have published as part of this blog.