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Mondelez Redesigns Supply Chain

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Executives of Mondelez International highlighted initiatives to redesign the company's supply chain that are expected to deliver over the next three years $3 billion in gross productivity savings, $1.5 billion in net productivity and $1 billion in incremental cash.

 The announcement was made at the Barclays Capital Back to School Consumer Conference. These savings will be the primary driver of an approximately 60-to-90 basis-point annual improvement in base operating income margin.

As previously announced, Mondelez International is stepping up investments in emerging markets to deliver profitable growth over the long-term. The company plans to pay for these investments primarily by expanding margins in North America and Europe to levels at or above the average of peer companies.

"In North America, we're targeting a 500-basis-point improvement in operating income margin, and we now expect to reach that target by 2016, a year earlier than originally anticipated," says Chairman and CEO Irene Rosenfeld. "In Europe, we're targeting an improvement of 250 basis points in OI margin, which we also expect to reach by 2016."

Driving Supply Chain Productivity Savings to Reinvest in Growth

"We're building an integrated supply chain organization that's laser-focused on delivering a demonstrable competitive advantage and generating savings we can reinvest in our growth," says Daniel Myers, executive vice president, Integrated Supply Chain.

Myers detailed the company's journey to reinvent its complex supply chain, starting with upgrading leadership talent and capabilities. Leveraging experience from more than a dozen leading CPG companies, the team is transforming manufacturing processes and partnering with suppliers to develop more efficient, modular designs for global product platforms.

Based on these new designs, the company is installing Oreo manufacturing lines that require 30 percent less capital and reduce operating costs by $10 million per line. These "lines of the future" can be installed in one-third the time and provide double the capacity in half the space as older designs. The company is now implementing similar transformations for other biscuits Power Brands and the chocolate and gum categories...Read more on CGT

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