Ogunnaike Mufutau Adesola
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General manager, logistics 11 000
Job Type: Full-Time


From 0 to 2007
Imo State University, Owerri
From 0 to 1992
The Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro
No added languages


Stores and Logistics Manager (Nigeria)
Vodacom Business Africa (Nigeria) Ltd
September 2011 - Present Day (5 years 10 months)
  • Responsible for Planning (Supply and Distribution), Logistics (Distribution, warehousing and Transportation), Depot operations, Export operations, Sales and Operations planning process, and Logistics inventory control.
  • Development and maintenance of flexible, efficient and transparent Logistics model to step change the business.
  • Order management, Demand planning and delivery to customer base on time in Nigeria and West Africa sub-region.
  • Oversee the Purchasing of equipment and materials from both local and foreign vendors. Manage clearing and forwarding agents, courier companies and other Logistics partners in the procurement value chain. Develop customer survey and apply results to realign department.
  • Monitoring the quality, quantity, cost and efficiency of equipment’s movement and storage.
  • Engage in team building through recruitment, training, development and mentoring of associates.
Regional Logistics Manager (East centra and Lagos/West regions)
Nigerian Bottling Company PLC (authorised bottlers of coca cola in Nigeria)
July 2007 - November 2010 (3 years 5 months)
  • Responsible for the management and guidance of the logistics planning, haulage/transportation, distribution, warehousing, depot operations, and inventory control units of the business in the region, make up of 356 employees, 4 plants, 32 depots, 457 haulage trucks, and 945 distribution trucks.
  • Review on regular basis, plants Logistics team performance system, to ensure team focus on continuous sustenance of superior results.
  • Develop supply plan from demand forecast as a basis for factory production plan, ordering and provision of materials to the factory and delivery to customer base on time.
  • Responsible for the management of the toll filling partners.
  • Manage strategic logistics partners to achieve the company’s corporate objectives.
  • Develop processes to improve performance on an ongoing basis to achieve increase in productivity, reduce cost and increase revenue.
  • Responsible for the planning of the region fleet requirements. Ensuring that fleet requirements are in alignment with the company’s sales objectives for the year.
  • Engage in team building through recruitment, training, mentoring and development of associates within the supply chain process
Supply Chain Manager (Enugu and Port Harcourt plants)
Nigerian Bottling Company PLC (authorised bottlers of coca cola in Nigeria)
June 2004 - June 2007 (3 years 1 month)
  • Reduce warehouse losses from 9million NGN to 250k NGN in Port Harcourt plant in 2006.
  • Led a team of eight that planned and implemented the companywide graduate distribution truck drivers scheme which changed the face of driving and art of products deliveries professionally to our partners.
  • Part of the team of 3 that developed, Negotiated and implemented companywide third party fuel vendor management scheme with major petroleum marketers.
  • Controlled inventory by developing and introducing reports and systems that minimized risk of expirations and shortages. Reports adopted as a value-add management practice across Nigeria.
  • Led the development and planning for creation of 21,000 square meters third party warehouses with MDS logistics and other third parties warehouse providers.
  • Designed and implemented night haulage of products between Enugu plant and her 15 depots which increased sales volume by 21% in 2006.
  • Designed and implemented night haulage and distribution trucks repairs and maintenance by Leventis Motors which improve our truck availability and reliability by 8% and 12% respectively.