To support our customers in the continuous operation of ASML machines in their chip production fabs, ASML keeps spare parts and tools in warehouses close to our customers. In total we have around 60 of these local warehouses globally, of which 30 are located in Asia. These warehouses are outsourced to Logistics Service Providers (3PLs).
The Warehousing team is tasked to make sure the warehouses are ready to support our customers in the most efficient way, which means that all facilities are fit for purpose, with enough space, sufficient skilled manpower, using the standard way of working, and beneficial commercial agreements. To enable further efficiencies in the warehouse operations, we are enabling 3PL’s to implement a Warehouse Management System (WMS) that will connect to ASML’s ERP system.
The growing number of ASML machines at our customers requires us to set up new warehouses or expand or relocate existing warehouses. It will be your responsibility to translate the business requirements into warehouse requirements, manage the infrastructure projects successfully to completion and hand over the warehouse to the local Operations team. Time, money and (internal) customer satisfaction will be your main drivers.
Next to this, you will lead the deployment of the WMS in our Warehouses. As Deployment Lead you will have the responsibility to ensure a successful WMS implementation by managing all required preparations prior to and during implementation, including informing and involving our stakeholders together with the WMS project team.
MSc. in Supply Chain Management
Context of the position
A flawless distribution network is key for a smooth supply chain. Fast and flexible transportation networks, differentiated warehousing solutions and complex value-added services are some characteristics of our landscape. Different requirements towards our supply-chain due to development of our systems, the number of upgrades of systems on customer sites and the need for differentiated service level agreements drive the need for a flexible 3PL network. Hence the Logistics Service Operations department is responsible for managing and developing the supply chain / distribution infrastructure in line with business requirements and against aligned norms. A team of highly educated professionals drives the supply chain infrastructure towards 2020, focused on the rapid developments, based on market intelligence, innovations, business needs, 3PL performance and process analytics.
ASML Supply Chain Management (SCM) is an industry-leading supply chain management organization, responsible for ensuring material availability to ASML’s factories and customers. Our DNA contains customer focus, concurrent engineering, virtual integration, plus the ability to thrive in a volatile market, accelerate the supply chain and deliver creative solutions. SCM plans up to four years ahead while customer requirements and system bill of materials can change at any time. Any break in material availability can have an unacceptable impact for our customers. So, with over 700 highly educated and motivated people, SCM must proactively identify and solve potential issues by working closely together with our technical departments and customers while actively managing an extensive supplier base.
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