Supply Network Operations
“The engine that accelerates value creation”
Getting thousands of different products onto the shelves in our customer's stores in the right quantities, at the right time and with perfect quality really does present a new challenge every day! P&G's Supply Network Operations (SNO) organization is there to meet this challenge: forecasting customer demand, managing the information flows from orders, shipments and invoices and owning the physical distribution process from Distribution Centre to the customer's shelf. All these missions require a strong multifunctional work, interacting with other functions both internally and externally.
Logistics in plants gathers different departments:
· Inbound logistics is in charge of the packing materials supply for the packing lines.
· Outbound Logistics is in charge of the distribution of our finished products to our customers and distribution centers.
· The Planning Service Center is in charge of the production planning.
All logistics teams have a common goal: satisfy our customers' orders. Their role is to balance between sales forecasts/orders, inventories, and production constraints, to make sure that our products will be delivered on time, but at the same time, controlling costs.
The European Liquid Fabric Care Planning Service Center
It is located in Amiens and has the objective to plan the End to End Supply Chain from raw & pack mat materials sourcing to sales to customers, for all Liquid Fabric Care products (Liquid & Unidose Laundry, Fabric Enhancers).
Amiens Hub - Transportation Planning Service Center
Our Transportation Operation team in Amiens is in charge of planning the transportation of all P&G products to French &
BeNeLux customers as well as the transportation of all P&G products manufactured in France & BeNeLux to other P&G Distribution Centers.
We offer exciting, challenging internships to outstanding students. You will be a member of the Supply Network Operations organization, working on one or several operational missions or/and projects in the area of supply chain management. On these projects, you will be fully autonomous and will need to prove your leadership and your innovating spirit.
As a new intern within the Supply Network Operations organization, you will have a real job, with real responsibility from day-one, together with the training and development you need to be successful.
Examples of missions in the Plants:
· Management of stocks/ Reduction of inventories
· Optimization of the supply chain, integration of new products
· Optimization of processes of goods reception, shuttling, loading...
· Examples of missions in the Planning Service Centers:
· Develop a work process to include a new customization operation in the planning center & Find best solutions to plan the new operation while using current planning tools and standards
· Prepare implementation of a new finished product planning system (OMP+)
· Lead new project to optimize cash & cost for Western Europe Supply Chain
Blois – France
Amiens – France