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Noé Gabriel Ordoñez García

International Negotiations, Bachelor

Work experience

Oct 2016Present

Supply Chain Manager

DAK Americas México | Grupo Alfa
  • Participant in the Supply Chain Team, responsible for the Sales and Operations strategies for the staple fiber business unit.
  • Accountable for production plans at our Queretaro site, inventory management across Mexico, customer service and order fulfillment strategies and import/export processes for the staple fiber business unit.
  • Participant in the implementation process of the S&OP strategy, increasing the sales forecast horizon from 3 to 18 months and developing strategies to align sales objectives with current and future capabilities.
Jan 2014Sep 2016

Supply Chain Senior Analyst

DAK Americas LLC | Grupo Alfa
  • Participant in the Supply Chain Planning Team, responsible for the Sales and Operations strategies for all the North America sites, providing support to the sales team to service over 700 domestic and export customers.  
  • Accountable for the high level inventory management across the USA sites, developing strategies to maintain inventories aligned with the business needs and organizational requirements.
  • Participant in the raw materials planning team, developing action plans to fulfill the sites requirements for Terephthalic Acid for the Resins and Fibers business, taking into consideration the contractual constraints, business requirements and market prices.  
Mar 2010Jan 2014

Logistics Coordinator

DAK Americas México | Grupo Alfa
  • Participant in the areas of logistics and customer service, particularly accountable for all logistical issues related to the movement of the final product (PET Resin) to customers and warehouses regarding the different modes of transportation (Air, Bulktruck, Hopper, Truck, Containers) nationally and internationally.
  • Accountable for the search and selection and development of logistics vendors, in accordance to organizational requirements; negotiating rates and service terms.
  • Follow up on international trade operations and it’s compliance with all applicable requirements within federal legislation related to foreign trade (Customs Act, Trade Act, regulations, etc.) as in international trade agreements concluded by Mexico.
  • Participant in monitoring and solving customer complaints and nonconformance reports assigned to the area of Logistics.
  • Follow up on distribution cost topics such as budgets, costs by operation type, reporting to management.
Mar 2009Sep 2009


Q up Quality Improvement
  • Participant in diversification projects, coordinating sales to local government departments.
Apr 2006May 2007

Logistics Analyst

Johnson & Johnson Medical
  • Participant in the redesign of the Customer Service area, resulting in the creation of inter-departmental working cells and improving internal procedures.
  • Coordinated shipping and reverse logistics of surgical equipment for public and private institutions throughout Mexico, gaining recognition as Johnson’s best region in Latin America.
  • Accountable for validation and billing of consumed product. Validation and management of purchase orders from customers and distributors.
  • Participant in audits and certification of the Cleaning Facilities, also managing the certification of Toluca facilities within the Regional Security Program. Part of the Safety Team laying the groundwork for future implementation of security programs.
  • Supervision and coordination of the surgery assistants’ team, planning and notifying surgeries, controlling payment per surgery performed.
Apr 2005Apr 2006

International Trade Coordinator

Grupo Industrial Toluca
  • Coordinated the registration and operation of Sector Promotion Program (Programa de Promoción Sectorial, PROSEC) for the leather-footwear sector, achieving cost reduction between 10% and 15% for imported materials.
  • Follow up on customer development at Los Angeles City, achieving sales of approximately 10,000 pairs per year.
  • Export project for Cuba and Panama with projected sales around 7,000 pairs per year, with potential of growing through all Central America.




Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Toluca

Bachelor in International Negotiations (LIN)

Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Toluca


Nov 2012Dec 2012

Advanced Excel and VBA Course

ITESM Campus Santa Fe 
Sep 2012Sep 2012

Theory and Tools, Harvard Negotiation Project

Universidad Anáhuac 
Aug 2010Sep 2010

Project Management

Universidad Anáhuac



English 90% (617 TOEFL)

  • SAP (ERP),
  • J. D. Edwards (ERP),
  • Siebel (CRM),
  • Windows (any version),
  • MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Visio, Outlook and Publisher),
  • Minitab,
  • Lindo,
  • Adobe Photoshop,
  • Adobe Dreamweaver,
  • Palisade Decision Tools.


  • Strategic Planning,
  • Finance and Economy,
  • Logistics and Supply Chain,
  • Reading,
  • Sports,
  • Music,
  • Films


Availability to travel and relocate