The Logistics Performance Analyst position is responsible for making sure that the operations meet the KPIs from a customer and cost perspective.
The Lubricants supply chain is on a transformation journey to support accelerated growth plans, with an enhanced focus on customer centricity and enabling associated technology.
Logistics is key to enabling these growth plans as we strive to become more competitive on new Customer Value Propositions and cost.
The role measures the effectiveness of delivering this by monitoring key operational KPIs, performing root-cause analysis and coing up with the necessary corrective action.
Also, the candidate is expected to collaborate extensively with stakeholders across LSC, S&M, Finance and Customer Ops to generate an integrated performance picture from disparate sets of information sources and ensure trade-off decisions are made in an integrated manner, with value generation as top priority.
Regional delivery of the following for twelve markets :
I. OTIF Increase Customer’s perception of reliability for Shell Lubricants through consistent analysis of OTIF misses and rigorous mitigation of issues to meet Customer Promise
II. Logistics SPANCO Improve business profitability by driving and monitoring structural cost reduction initiatives on in-plant logistics, primary transport, storage and handling, secondary transport, export and import costs with a goal of delivering annual savings target.
III. Operational Excellence Drive best-in-class execution of logistics activities by making sure operational KPIs are measured diligently and performance meets or exceeds target.
IV. Cost Management Reduce value leakage in logistics expenditure by mitigating against operational inefficiencies across total budget of $120M
V. Tariff Management Ensure all logistics expenses are reflected properly in SAP via a tariff and recovered with accuracy of + / -3% in COGS per SKU and operating expenses at customer level.