Case study - Martin Monahagn, DHL Supply Chain
Young project professional of the year: 2013
As part of the project DHL Supply Chain’s Martin Monaghan worked to provide voice-picking technology for Iceland’s distribution network – something which contributed to the nine per cent increase in productivity and a drop in gross error rates (GER) of 30 per cent.
Consequently, Martin was asked to spend 12 months with the food retailer to put his project management skills in place, and deliver an online shopping solution with a sustainable solution for growth.
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