Supply Chain & Procurement
Supply chain professionals at Nestlé play a critical role in ensuring the quality of products that reach our customers and consumers. To achieve this, we collaborate with the commercial teams to develop the demand forecast, and also with our suppliers around the world to ensure responsibly sourced materials. In alignment with operations, we balance inventory levels to establish the right supply of our products. Once produced, supply chain is responsible for safely storing and transporting our products to meet our customers’ and consumers’ needs in-full and on-time. We are an aligned, agile, and adaptable organisation that is committed to delivering results, not only within supply chain, but also in support of overall business priorities.
Supply chain professionals can take many different paths in building a rewarding career at Nestlé. Whether you join us in Demand and supply planning, Procurement, Physical logistics or Customer service, you’ll help us gain a real competitive edge by bringing us closer to our customers and making sure our products are available at the right time in the best condition.
With the large scope of opportunities at Nestlé, you have the ability to change roles and locations, even globally.
As strategic partner of the business, our procurement team helps the company achieve sustainable growth. Procurement professionals at Nestlé, ensure responsibly-sourced supply and create value. Located in hubs in Switzerland, Panama and Malaysia, the division provides a range of services, including the management of procurement for specific raw materials, packaging, indirect materials and other services. The hubs also support markets with managing local spend.
For you, that will mean the opportunity to become a real strategic partner – delivering sustainable value and working with the business, for the business.
Working in supply chain allows me to play a significant role when it comes to achieving our business goals. In the Fast Moving Consumer Goods industry, working in supply chain, you are a vital function and an essential part of the ‘bigger picture’ when it comes to planning, procuring, storing and dispatching goods to our customers.Caroline