I set up Hatmill in 2009 to provide clients with hands on practical help with their supply chain problems. I previously led PwC’s logistics consulting practice and gained my industry experience at Asda Wal*Mart.
I was one of the first members of the early Hatmill team in 2013 delivering supply chain solutions across a range of industry sectors. My 10+ years’ of industry experience began at Wincanton on their logistics graduate scheme and more recently focussed on E-commerce fulfilment operations for the Amethyst Group.
I joined Hatmill in 2017 after gaining over 17 years’ experience in supply chain and logistics for both Asda and Morrisons supermarkets.
My ambition has always been to work within the consultancy environment, where I can grow my “breadth” rather than “depth” of knowledge across multiple organisations and industries.
I joined Hatmill in early 2014 after previously working in process improvement and as a logistics operations manager. One of the attractions of my role is that it allows me to engage with our clients to provide tailored solutions that deliver results, rather than an ‘off the shelf’ approach.
I first began working with the Hatmill team in August 2015. I’ve over twenty five years’ experience as a business management consultant, 20 of these as a partner in PWC’s consultancy practice. I combine top level skills in supply chain management and finance and have a proven track record of leading successful business improvement programmes
I joined Hatmill following on from 5 years of working for XPO Logistics.
I joined XPO Logistics on their fast track Transport and Logistics Graduate Scheme after gaining a BSc in Economics with Econometrics from the University of Kent.
I joined Hatmill in June 2016, having spent the previous eight years working in the UK grocery sector. Working predominantly in supply chain, my first experience of the sector came whilst at CPM.
I joined Hatmill after 8 years’ experience across supply chain within manufacturing, retail, supplier management and events logistics sectors. I was drawn to work for Hatmill as they presented the chance to work on significant change projects.
I have worked and studied in the field of transport and logistics for nearly 20 years, initially in an operational environment and most recently as an independent consultant.
I started my journey with Hatmill in October 2015. Having studied for a degree in Business Management at Leeds University my in course placement was at ASDA House as a supply chain analyst which provided me with my first experience in retail management.
I joined Hatmill in the summer of 2017 after 4 years working on 2 of the big 4 UK food retailer contracts both In House and 3PL. My industry experience began on the Logistics Graduate Scheme for Morrisons where I rotated across Fresh, Ambient and Transport placements in multiple locations across the country.
I first starting working with Hatmill in 2012, after setting up my Virtual Assistance business in 2009. My background has predominantly been working for large corporate IT and recruitment businesses in management, recruitment and operational roles.
I joined Hatmill in July 2018 after 10 years working for the German discount retailer, Lidl. I felt Hatmill offered me the platform from which to deliver high profile projects to a large range of clients, as well as offering me a great opportunity to really broaden my knowledge within the logistics and supply chain industry.
I knew Simon prior to becoming a member of the Hatmill team. I bring with me nearly 30 years’ experience gained in a high volume distribution business, Andrew Page Ltd, where I led IT and business systems, the last 10 years of which I was on the board.
I have known Simon for many years and have thoroughly enjoyed working with him previously. I have over 15 years’ experience in the retail industry in the UK.
After a short spell working alongside the team in a professional capacity during 2013 I officially joined the team. In 2001 I graduated from Northumbria University with a BA (Hons) degree in Logistics & Supply Chain Management and have since worked within the sector in a variety of roles.
I joined Hatmill at a point when the company had grown rapidly and it recognised its financial procedures and systems were becoming outdated. My immediate challenge was to migrate manual and excel based systems onto a Cloud Based Accounting Package that simplified and coordinated the efforts of a dispersed team.
I work with Hatmill to help clients address their procurement challenges. I have over fifteen years of procurement experience in retail, financial services and consulting. I started my career as a Supply Chain Manager with The Boots Company. I held a number of positions across the organization
I became a Hatmill associate in early 2016 to complement my independent consultancy work, having run my own business since 1998. Working with Hatmill gives me the opportunity to work on projects where a larger, multi-disciplinary team of experts is required by the client.
I have over 30 years of experience working within the Logistics Automation sector, initially working for the major system integrators, I became an independent consultant 11 years ago.
I have worked on numerous projects ranging from simple mechanised systems through to highly complex, fully automated sites.
I joined the Hatmill associate team in 2017, having consulted independently since 2002. I was previously part of the supply chain consulting teams at Deloitte and Accenture. I specialise in logistics – with projects covering everything from strategy, transport and warehousing solution design, automation, outsourcing, through to optimisation of existing operations.
I joined Hatmill at the start of 2019 after over 15 years experience working in sales and supply chain roles for Mars UK and Molson Coors Brewing Company. I specialise in business management, sales and operational planning and unlocking value through synergies in the supply chain.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with many iconic food and drink brands, but my ambition has long been to work in the consultancy environment.