September 7, 2017 - September 7, 2017
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Dr. Pedro Amorim
Knowledge transfer into the retail operations industry: a case study
In this presentation we’ll overview a series of research projects conducted together with the largest Portuguese food retailer. The scope of these projects relate to retail supply chain planning. In particular, the impact of defining key strategic supply chain parameters for each stock keeping unit, such as the case-pack and the logistics flow will be addressed. In both projects, detailed cost models were applied and the positive bottom-line impact was over 3M€.
Pedro Amorim is Assistant Professor at the Industrial Engineering and Management Department at the Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto and also teaches at the Porto Business School. He is the head of the Research Center for Industrial Engineering and Management from INESC TEC – Associate Laboratory. Pedro Amorim is also the Co Founder of LTPlabs, which is a boutique management consultancy company that applies advanced analytical methods to help make better complex decisions.
Pedro Amorim was a FCT and Carnegie Mellon-Portugal scholar and has held visiting appointments at Carnegie Mellon, Technical University of Berlin, Ingolstadt School of Management, University of São Paulo and Technical University of Lisbon. In recent years, Pedro Amorim has been supervising and conducting numerous national and European funded projects, co-authoring more than 15 research papers in the fields of supply chain management, optimization and fast moving consumer goods.
He received his undergraduate education and the Ph.D. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Universidade do Porto, Portugal.
Eindhoven University of Technology