Vincent HASCOET

4, Molodojnaya Ulitsa Apt. 91

Moscow

Russia

Birth: 09-10-62 in Paris, France

Nationality: French

E-mail: Vincent.hascoet@hotmail.com

Phone: +7985 930 74 47 Home +7 985 991 70 05Mob.

OVERVIEW

15 years of experience in Contract Logistics and Supply Chain in competitive and multicultural environments.

LANGUAGES

French, English, Russian, Spanish, German

EDUCATION

1990 American Graduate School of International Management Thunderbird Campus, Arizona, USAMaster of International Management – International MBA (with distinction). Split between three countries with one semester in the Helsinki International School of Economics and a seminar on “doing business in USSR” at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations and at the Plekhanov Academy, Moscow, Russia in November 1989

 1987 International Commercial Academy, Paris, France

Diploma of Superior Commercial Studies (DESC) Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Major: Marketing; Minor: International Trade

1982 Institut Montalembert, Nogent, France

French High school certificate (Baccalaureat “D”)

Math, Physics and Science

EXPERIENCE

December 2009 November 2010  Roslogistics (Raven group) Russia

Operations Director – One year turnaround mission

Managing transport, Customs, warehousing & distribution in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk and Irkutsk.Closed the two Moscow warehouses and transferred clients to a new warehouse, owned by the shareholders, where I also implemented Henkel. Turned Moscow back to profitability in 8 Months from more than $ 200,000 Monthly losses.Closing of two regional warehouses for moving clients into shareholders owned warehouses, where I also implemented several new clients (Diageo, Kimberly Clark, Kika) and grew occupancy to above 50% in all sites.Other clients: BAT, Ferrero, Foxconn, MTC, Sab Miller, Wrigley

June 2008 March 2009  KIMBERLY CLARK Russia

Logistics Director – Eastern Europe (temporary replacement of the Supply Chain Manager E.E.)

Managed a yearly transportation & clearance budget of over $ 27,5 Mio from 9 countries into Russia, Ukraine & Kazakhstan (7,000 trucks & wagons and over 5,000 TEUs / year with more than 1,000 clearances /Month, including exports to all CIS countries).

Managed 11 warehouses with a yearly budget of more than $ 15 Mio. Managed freight to the regional DCs, representing over $ 5 Mio / year (truck & rail). Managed deliveries to over 180 clients with over 2,350 shipments per Month

Oversaw the set-up of the first transformation contract with a local Russian plant and reduced costs by more than $ 1 Mio for 2009. Re-negotiated conditions with existing 3PLs or changed to new ones, generating a yearly cost saving of over $ 1,5 Mio. Optimized sourcing schemes, negotiated reduced demurrage rates; consolidated delivery routes ,which generated another $ 0,5 Mio of yearly savings

2005-01/ 2008-05 KUEHNE + NAGEL, Russia

National Manager – Contract Logistics

Increased T.O. by 500% to $ 36 M & staff to 670 FTEs.

Grew warehousing from 15 to 86000 M2 with openings in Moscow, St. Petersburg (St. Pete) and Rostov. Main clients: Danone (DN), Metro, Kimberly Clark (KC), Kraft, Nokian Tyres (NT), Continental (Conti), Alcatel-Lucent, Sidel, Karcher... Opened DN’s warehouse in Tchekov (7000 M2, 118 FTE, 3000 pallets, 50000 picked cases & 62 outbound / day) & got 2nd best result ever for a 3PL at the AIB audit. Managed NT’s plant warehouse in St. Pete (15000 M2, 116 FTE, 30000 tires / day). Brought KN Russia in line with corporate ISO 9001 standards.

Grew distribution to over 500 deliveries / Month & Increased T.O. by over 250% each year. Consolidated NT's Moscow deliveries & implemented CIS rail shipments. Supported Kraft's biscuit plant & suppressed USD 20000 / Month of demurrages. Managed cross docking for Conti, BATA & KC. Organized consolidation hubs in Poland and Finland for Media Markt (Metro) imports with a full set of interfaces.

2004 (08-12)  Eldorado, Russia

Logistics Director

For the Russian leader of electronics retail, managed 20 warehouses in Russia, Finland and Germany, 50% of which were contracted to 3PLs, for supplying over 100 stores representing over USD 1 billion of sales.

Performed center of gravity analysis according to the market share, potential & expansion targets. Calculated needed storage & handling capacity for each type of goods & region, based on historical data, planning forecast & seasonality. Identified low rotation SKUs & created internal promotional actionsfor reducing working capital & storage costs. Established procedures for on-time treatment of damaged goods during the inbound, & reintegrated over 20% of them into sellable status. Created discounted rates for light damages.

Managed road, rail and containers imports from China, Europe and Turkey, using consolidation hubs in Finland & Germany as well as direct shipments. Implemented a procedure for insuring the follow-up and settlement of transportation claims.

 2001-06 / 2004-06 TABLOGIX, Ukraine

Country Manager

Registration and start-up of the subsidiary in Kiev for providing transport, customs, bounded & commercial warehousing and distribution services. Fully responsible of the P&L. Clients: Liggett-Ducat - Gallaher , Gillette, Cargill, RIC, AB Electronics, Avanta, Unipharm, Balkanpharma and Janssen-Cilag. Participated to several expansion projects in Lvov & Odessa. Grew the operations to 5000 square meters, 50 employees. 

 2000-02 / 2001-05 TABLOGIX, Russia

 Director of Business Development

Managed relationship with BMS, Kodak, Metro, Reemtsma, Nestle and Mars.Solved inventory problems and doubled the throughput for the Client "Eldorado", the biggest Russian importer & distributor of home appliances

Implemented set-up for the storage & on time supply of raw materials to the Liggett-Ducat plant in Moscow as well as storage & distribution of finished goods.

Participated to regional expansion projects in Samara and Novosibirsk for Nestle and Mars.Performed the analysis and established an action plan for reaching budget target at the main multi user warehouse. Re organized the activity into groups of clients with unified procedures and reduced costs by 7% through process improvements, productivity increase & synergies. 

1997-07 / 2000-01 FM LOGISTIC Moscow

Operations Director

Managed 3 logistics sites with a T.O. of $ 24 M & 1000 FTEs.

Solved theft & profitability issue at the main warehouses in Moscow. Opened the first class "A" warehouse in Russia & transferred all existing operations (60000 M2).Adjusted down to $ 13M, 450 FTEs after the 1998 financial crisis.Clients: BAT, DN, Henkel, KC, Mars, Nestle, SC Johnson...

Managed clearance for Nestle, Unilever, KC & Renault (50 clearances /day) and implemented in house Customs inspectors.

Developed domestic & international rail & road activities & cross-docking. Organized the delivery of Bull equipment to all tax offices of Russia.

Managed several co-packing lines.

Implemented interfaces for supporting clients' operations (automatic regional replenishment & reporting for KC, shelve lives requirements according to delivery lead time for Nestle). Optimized processes & reduced costs (optimization of inbound planning for KC reduced handling tariffs by 5%; outbound planning with Nestle suppressed all demurrages...)

1995-07 / 1997-06 SONEXIM, France

General Manager

Business startup for the wholesale export of Perfumery products to Africa.

Bottling and distribution of wines from the Burgundy and Loire regions.

1991-05 / 1995-05 SERCO Air-France GROUP, France

Logistics Manager

Created the department by grouping several logistical entities & supplied 40 airports duty free shops with Alcohols, tobaccos, perfumery, fashion, and Gastronomical products. Doubled volumes by external growth to a yearly T.O. of $ 80 M (120 FTEs).

Managed imports from Asia and Europe. Computerized sales & planning forecast and wrote algorithms for generating automatic order proposals. Reduced stock outs to less than 2% in despite of a lead time of up to 6 Months & reduced working capital by 15%.

Managed relationship with Customs for all bounded warehouses and helped issuing the new Schengen regulation. Supplied additional airport stores not belonging to the Air-France Group in Senegal, Benin, Nigeria, Chad, Djibouti, Niger and Guinea Bissau (DDU shipments by Sea & Air within the UN regulation for excise, dangerous and perishable goods). Established assortment and pricing policy in light of local market characteristics and trained local staff.

1990-10 / 1991-05 SARESCO Air-France GROUP, France

Project Managerfor the Development Department For this joint venture between Air-France and the Paris airport authority, I managed projects and tenders for airports duty-free & duty-paid shops. While expending abroad, I advised to create a Logistics entity

1987-09 / 1989 Northern Arizona University, USA  

 Visiting Instructor – French 1st & 2nd year

Also studied part-time in the undergraduate Business Administration curriculum for preparing my MBA EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Married, 1 child, Scuba divingsince 1994 (Rescue Diver), Mountain bike, Skiing,