Sebastien AUGER


En résumé

Près de 20 ans d'expérience en Supply Chain dans différents contextes allant de l'Automobile au FMCG en passant par la Grande-Distribution

Une solide expérience internationale avec une excellente connaissance des marchés européens et américains

Mes compétences :
Gestion de projet
Service client
Demand & Supply Planning


  • Nestlé SA - Zone Americas - Supoly Chain Manager - planning & import / export

    2014 - maintenant
  • Nestle Waters Suisse - Directeur Supply Chain

    2010 - maintenant Business Scope: 10 brands (local & imported), 200 Products, 3 Factories & 1 Dist. Centres (3PL), 300 FTEs, Copacking and Joint-Venture
    Responsibilities: 70 FTE in Purchasing, Demand & Supply Planning, Logistics, Customer Service & Transportation

    - Develop a customer-oriented and cost-efficient Supply Chain network with business culture changes:
    1. offer valued SERVICE to customers & consumers: “from call center to customer service”
    2. anticipate with a solid and reactive PLANNING process (S&OP): “from reaction to prevention”
    3. roll-out performance & cost MEASURES: “you can’t improve what you don’t measure”
    4. grow SAFETY awareness in everyone: “precaution is better than cure”
    5. initiate continuous improvement and LEAN mind-set: “The road to success is always under-construction”
    - Implement solid and integrated processes in SAP ensuring 100% compliance with Nestlé and legal requirements
    - Reduce supply chain costs

    - Manage supply chain operations in-house and outsourced
    - Optimize distribution costs through network redesign, operations optimization, tenders and outsourcing
    - Coordinate the change programme to fully implement SAP in 9 months and the leveraging project with external support to maximize the benefits after stabilization
    - Initiate Customer Collaboration Activities with key customers
    - Leverage Nestlé and Eckes Granini groups synergies in Procurement
    - Implement green logistics with rail and intermodal deliveries
    - Optimize NTWC focussing on stock levels, overdue and payment terms
    - Build solid leadership foundations though success profile, performance evaluation, recruitment & talent development, coaching & feedback
  • Nestlé Waters Europe - Head of Demand & Supply Planning

    Marne La Vallée Cedex 2 2005 - 2010 Scope: 10 factories, 700 Products in Germany, Austria, UK, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Russia & Greece

    Develop Nestlé Waters Europe Planning maturity to ensure efficient supply plans, customer service in line with market targets and optimized total delivered cost (capacity investments, multi-sourcing rules, stock strategies, arbitrations)
    - Implement a Consensus Demand Planning across business functions and manage the change (S&OP)
    - Develop planning process maturity on Demand & Supply Planning, Raw Material Planning, Inter-Market and co-packing Planning (tools and processes) to improve capacity visibility and reduce non-added value activities
    - Anticipate demand development and capacity evolutions on medium and long terms (capacity, CAPEX)
    - Monitor the performance targets and manage gaps with Market Supply Chain Managers
    - Launch and contribute to improvement initiatives internally and in collaboration with key-customers (e.g. High Performing Logistic projects, weather impacts, SAP evolutions)
    - Develop the planning team (20 FTE) including recruitment, performance calibration, training and succession planning
  • Nestle Waters - Supply Chain Business Excellence Manager

    Issy-les-Moulineaux 2003 - 2005 Implement Best Practices in Supply Chain in the key markets
     3 Areas: Demand & Supply Planning, Customer Service and Material Handling
     5 Markets: North America, Italy, France/Belgium, Germany and Spain
    Coordinate a team of 6 Supply Chain Specialists to reshape business & SAP practices – scope: APO, SAP R/3 & WMS
  • Nestle Waters - Supply Chain Coordinator

    Issy-les-Moulineaux 2001 - 2003 Participate in High Performing Logistic Projects to identify savings and set performance targets for the next 3-5 years
     NW North America: Mid-West and Mid-Atlantic (M$ 1.3) and Texas (M$ 0.3)
     NW France: Vittel (M€ 0.6) and Perrier (M€ 2.9)
     NW Germany (M€ 1.2, Network & Planning)
     NW Spain (M€ 0.5, Network and Planning)
    Roll-out Inter-Market Supply Planning Processes in the Water Business (1st pilots with Perrier & Vittel in Q1 2001, 80% of total NW export volumes covered at end-2004)
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers - Senior Consultant

    Neuilly-sur-Seine 1999 - 2001 Main consulting mission: to centralize purchase and logistic processes for a major retailer in Europe
    - Analyze logistic & financial flows to identify the impacts of centralization and set up a re-engineering project plan
    - Drive actions to improve logistics (with IS/IT and operational warehouse teams)
    - Rationalize supply & distribution networks
    - Modify the supply chain organization (change management)
    - Re-design the purchasing process for the central warehouse and department stores replenishment
  • Renault - Logistics Consultant

    Boulogne-Billancourt 1996 - 1999 Consulting missions in the automotive industry :
     Design transportation networks and assess logistic performance
     Optimize warehouse processes (e.g. inventory control, picking, reception)
     Create a logistic platform for spare parts distribution in Spain
     Participate in logistic outsourcing projects (service definition and supplier assessment)
     Missions for the European Commission to redesign logistic networks in urban areas and standardization of tracing and tracking tools (GPS, GSM, EDI, RFID, etc.)