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Supply Chain Expertise and Technology Blog by TMC, a division of C.H. Robinson

About the Author

Domenick Braico, Andrew Welch

Domenick Braico is Director Global Logistics Transformation at Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT), a global leader in developing advanced materials, process technologies and automation solutions with $10 billion in revenue in 2018.   In his current role, Domenick leads the strategy and global transformation of logistics within 3 Honeywell strategic business groups. Through his leadership, Honeywell is implementing a managed multimodal global transportation management system (TMS) and network of regional logistics control towers. The Honeywell logistics operation is highly complex, $500M/yr + spend, 300 plus facilities and a wide variety of products being distributed. Domenick joined Honeywell in 2007 as a Warehousing Manager and has worked in various logistics operations and procurement roles where he has developed a reputation for process improvement and cost savings. Prior to joining Honeywell, Domenick worked for 15 years in pharmaceutical and environmental remediation industries in logistics, supply chain and operations roles. Domenick has a Bachelor of Science from Thomas Edison State University and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin. Domenick is also a US Army veteran where he spent 15 years in the active and reserve components as an engineer officer. Andrew Welch serves as Senior Manager, Global Operations for TMC, a division of C.H. Robinson. Bringing over 10 years of experience in transportation and account management, Andrew and his team work closely with the customer to facilitate internal and external projects to improve the efficiency in the supply chain.

Case Study: People and Processes Drive Supply Chain Improvements at Honeywell

Managed_services_case_studyIf you have a global supply chain, you likely use technology to help manage and optimize this complex area of your business. While there have been significant advancements in logistics technology, those tools can only go so far in advancing your supply chain.

In order to truly maximize the capabilities of supply chain technology, you need to first have the right talent, processes, and data governance in place. Then you’ll be able to leverage your transportation management system (TMS) to execute, automate, and optimize those processes, as well as gain visibility to business intelligence to drive continuous improvement.

We recently experienced firsthand how a people-plus-technology model, or managed services, can drive operational improvements. Read More…