Job opening:Procurement Manager at DaVita

Supply Chain Movement

The procurement manager provides customer service support to DaVita employees for the purchase of products and services used in dialysis facilities and in business offices. Develop and maintain business relations with local (Saudi Arabian) and International suppliers. Follow up all the logistics with local & International suppliers for the forecasted deliveries status and organize receiving/distribution. Keywords:Procurement, health care, Saudi Arabia, Riyadh.

Big Data and Analytics for Oil and Gas Transportation

Talking Logistics

is now second leading producer of oil (behind Saudi Arabia). This growth along with the complexities found in the oil and gas industry can create significant transportation and logistics challenges. Implementing proven procurement processes for oilfield trucking. The post Big Data and Analytics for Oil and Gas Transportation appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Live Epsiode: Friday, November 14, 2014 at 12:00 ET.


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Managing Logistics for The World’s Largest Company with Gary Sostack

The Logistics of Logistics

While putting myself through school, I got a part-time job at JFK airport which opened my eyes to logistics. Right out of college, I worked at a logistics company in Atlanta. It’s Saudi Aramco. Combined, they’re still not as big as Saudi Aramco. [06:32] 06:32] What were some of the projects you worked on with Saudi Aramco? We also searched for people with the best ideas and moved them to Saudi Arabia.

Transforming the GCC Chemical Industry with Supply Chain Integration – LogiSYM September 2020

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

It is the fastest growing sector in the GCC with Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates as the top producers. Focussing on lowering logistics costs by coordinating time charters or invest in joint shipping lines to capture ship-owner returns. Working closely with partners can help mitigate some risk and avoid disruptions / obstacles to logistics. Governments across GCC region (Saudi Arabia and UAE) have allocated $ 1.1

Oil & Gas Companies Focus on Eliminating Supply Chain Waste

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trailed both Saudi Arabia and Russia in oil production, and it trailed Russia in natural gas production. Logistics complexities in the conventional sector can quickly drive up costs and eat into profit margins, if not well managed. The post Oil & Gas Companies Focus on Eliminating Supply Chain Waste appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. “Past performance is no guarantee of future results.”.

Ship Smarter: How to Avoid Bottlenecks in Your Global Operations


And in countries like Saudi Arabia, every container must go through inspection. Being a former geo-marketing manager, I can tell you that a global view of operations can help you appreciate the people and logistics necessary to get goods from one location to another. On the contrary, you should be exploring all your procurement options globally, nationally, and locally. Ship Smarter: How to Avoid Bottlenecks in Your Global Operations. By Ali Hasan Raza.

Letter from the CEO: Coronavirus Market Update


Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan & Qatar) are moving to freighter only market as well. Also, provide weekly data and reports to operations and procurement teams. Letter from the CEO: Coronavirus Market Update. By: Frank McGuigan, Chief Executive Officer, Transplace.

New: Global Trade Map 2016

Supply Chain Movement

Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) and Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs) are designed to boost economic growth through trade by opening markets by way of progressive removal of customs duties, eliminating or reducing trade barriers and tariffs, lifting restrictions on services and even through public procurement. Saudi Arabia. Uncovering and mitigating trade risks in international operations.

Why the Outlook for the Oil and Gas Market is Brighter than You Think


The genesis for this scenario lay in a confluence of events, including the coronavirus lockdown, which had drastically reduced demand, and the conflict over production levels between Saudi Arabia and Russia, which led to both countries flooding the market with low-cost oil.