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A N D R E W D .

L U K O F F, C P I M
Fishkill, NY 12524-3735

http://www.linkedin.com/in/andylukoff

(336) 686-9620
andy.lukoff@gmail.com

VA L U E T O B U S I N E SS
A Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain professional who leads and develops organizational growth plans by
optimizing the Supply Chain on a regional, national and global level. Embraces innovation and change, and
facilitates interaction between multiple organizations, cultures and backgrounds to proactively respond to rapid
business growth and organizational changes.
A R E A S O F E X P E RT I S E

Total Acquisition Costs


Global Supply Chain
Performance Optimization
Purchasing/Cost Containment

Strategic Planning
Inventory Management
P & L Management
Mergers / Acquisitions

Global Market Strategies


Customer Account
Management
Operations Management

B U S I N ESS E XP ER IE N C E
PECO PALLET, Irvington, NY
The North American leader in pallet rental services

10/2013-9/2014

Director, Transportation
Facilitated all transportation activities including $60MUSD freight spend across North America. Drove carrier
compliance with Mercury Gate TMS system. Initiated Dedicated Carrier Program with projected 20% cost
reduction. Initiated increased cube utilization with projected 5.5% cost reduction.
VOLVO GROUP NORTH AMERICA (VGNA), Greensboro, NC
3/1998 8/2012
Part of AB Volvo, a World Leader in Commercial Transport Solutions encompassing Trucks, Buses, Construction
Equipment, Pleasure Boat Engines, Marine Commercial Engines and Industrial Engines.
Vice President, Logistics, Volvo Logistics North America (VLNA) (2002 August, 2012)
Presided as second in command for all North American operations for a $255MUSD business with direct line
reporting to the President of VLNA. Managed a logistics budget of up to $300MUSD to support a multi-billion
dollar customer base. Oversaw material flow for up to 20+ Volvo Group locations in North America. Facilitated
change management from multiple supply chains into a single North American supply chain. Responsible for
strategic planning and performance optimization of all freight and warehousing operations in North America.
Extensive management experience for up to 15 direct-reports and ~350 indirect reports in multiple countries and
time-zones. Consistently top performer in Employee and Performance appraisals.

Identified ~$18MUSD savings as part of Mack/Volvo integration.


Changed focus for North American operations to Total Acquisition Cost (TAC).
Participated in Volvo Group Dialogue in conjunction with top 100 high potential managers globally.
2011 delivered 3.55% Income Margin of $6MUSD (Target 3.13%); Positive cash flow, $9.5MUSD Customer
savings (Target $9MUSD)
Held the following additional leadership responsibilities during this time period:
- Interim President Reported to the Corporate President and CEO (2008)
- Acting Director of Packaging Materials North American Packaging Operations (2005 2006)
- Acting President / CEO Full P&L responsibility for all North American Operations (2003)

Director of Logistics and Key Account Manager, VLNA (2001 2002)


Single point of contact responsible for all Mack logistics managed by VLNA. Reported to Vice President and
Logistics Account Executive.

Facilitated the Logistics integration of Volvo Trucks North America and Mack Trucks Inc
Led a multi-national team in the creation and implementation of AB Volvo Truck Brands Logistics Policy (now
known as 3ML Logistics Policy).
Recognized as a high potential employee, selected from top 1% of Volvo group employees.

MACK TRUCKS, INC., Allentown, PA (Acquired by Volvo in 2001)

1998 2001

Manager, Logistics and Flow Methods


Accountable for all external and internal plant material flows, from supplier to use-point on production line.
Managed ~$100MUSD logistics budget for multiple manufacturing facilities.

Directed the implementation of new flows and optimized existing flows to and from all Mack manufacturing
facilities.
Led the Corporate Logistics Platform Team in creation of Logistics Cost per Placement model and other
decision support tools focusing on Total Acquisition Cost.

AYDIN TELEMETRY, Newtown, PA

1987 - 1998

A Manufacturer of Telemetry and Telecommunications Equipment for Aerospace and Defense


Material Control Manager (1988-1998)
Responsible for all Inbound Logistics, Production and Material Control, internal Material flow, warehousing, and
Outbound Logistics. Reported to the Vice President, Operations.

Created systems, policies, and procedures to improve efficiency, reduce cycle time and inventory levels, ensure
compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) Material Management and Accounting Standards (MMAS),
and achieve ISO-9001 certification.
Expanded Aydin's world market by re-classifying products from State Department to Commerce Department
Jurisdiction.

Materials Supervisor (8/1988 12/1988)


Materials Planning Analyst (8/1987 8/1988)
BIDDLE INSTRUMENTS, Blue Bell, PA

1984 - 1987

A Manufacturer of Electrical Testing Equipment


Product Planner
E D U C AT I O N / C E R T I F I C AT I O N S
Bachelor of Science, Administrative Management (1983)
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) - APICS, Falls Church, VA (1987)
Master of Business Administration, Marketing (1993)
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Certificate FinListics: Financial Logistics Workshop (1998)
The Logistics Institute at Georgia Institute of Technology
Certificate - Supply Chain and Strategy Management, (2006)
MIT Sloan School of Management Executive Program
P R O F E S S I O N A L A F F I L I AT I O N S ( PA S T A N D P R E S E N T )
Institute for Supply Management (ISM)
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)
North Carolina World Trade Authority (NCWTA)
Piedmont Triad Partnership, Logistics and Distribution Roundtable