1: the aspect of science dealing with the procurement, maintenance, and transportation of matériel, facilities, and personnel
2: the handling of the details of an operation
In today’s business world, logistics management is that part of the supply chain which plans, implements and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customer & legal requirements.
Bill McKeel: Owner
Mr. McKeel’s background includes a wide range of work experience bringing a unique perspective and understanding of integrating successful high performance organizational work systems within Supply Chain Manufacturing environments.
His most recent accomplishments include the design and implementation of an in-house Distribution system for a Fortune 100 corporation, leading to $10 million in cost savings and efficient management of internal and external warehousing and distribution operations servicing a broad base of customers.
Mr. McKeel served in the U.S. Air Force and has earned a double major in Business Administration and Economics from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. He is trained in Lean Manufacturing and as a Six Sigma Green Belt from Villanova University.
Robert D. (Bob) Marshall
Bob Marshall is well rounded executive and owner of RM Consulting LLC. Bob has over 35 years of Sales, Sales Training, Customer Care, and Logistics experience. Bob is a proven sales business team leader with a record of success in business development, team development, sales training, broker management, and delivering results.
Bob’s experience includes directing training programs for the US and Canadian sales teams of a Fortune 100 company. He led the development of new training programs designed to improve accuracy of sales plan development, forecasting, execution, and integrating the plans with the internal marketing, planning, production, and supply chain management departments.
He also led a new business initiative for a Fortune 100 company. He directed two broker organizations and managed a direct team whose primary responsibility was to penetrate/develop consumer business in new customers/channels while delivering profitable volume. His team delivered $142 million in net sales and successfully delivered the objective. Bob also played a key part in developing a new “To Go” initiative providing on the go consumers with new packaging options of trusted brands.
Bob is graduate of Ohio University is a certified trainer in a number of training programs designed to improve and deliver profitable net sales.
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