Tim joined Jockey in 2014 as Managing Director of Global Sourcing and Asia Operations. In August of 2017 he was promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer. Tim is responsible for Jockey’s end-to-end supply chain operations where he oversees Global Sourcing and Production, Corporate Planning, Product and Material Development, Technical Design Services and Distribution.
Prior to joining Jockey, Tim worked as a Managing Director of Quiksilver Asia Sourcing (based in Hong Kong), where he was responsible for Global Product Development and Production, Materials, R&D, Technical, and Quality needs for the Quiksilver, DC and Roxy brands.
Tim has a Bachelor’s degree from Monash University (Australia), a MBA from the Melbourne Business School (Melbourne University) and APICS certification in Production and Inventory Management. Tim’s favorite part about working for Jockey is being able to work “for an iconic global brand that makes great products, has a rich history, is committed to its employees and consumers.”
All Sessions by Tim Taylor
Day 3 – Wednesday, March 27
8:00am – 8:45am – NGC: SCM
Retail Panel: VF Corp + Jockey International
Managing Supply Chain Risk, Improving Speed to Market with Digitization
Getting the right products to customers, when and where they want them, requires a new level of visibility, flexibility and agility in order to optimize lead time and balance product supply and demand. During this panel discussion, you’ll learn how Jockey and VF Corporation are using NGC’s Supply Chain Management solution to meet these challenges. Learn how these companies use Andromeda Supply Chain Management to:
- Enable speed and responsiveness for today’s demand-driven supply chain
- Monitor current consumer selling trends and ensure that the most popular products are quickly delivered to customers
- Utilize postponement techniques and optimize lead time for fast in-season flow, chase and replenishment programs
- Collaborate with partners in real-time, with visibility into purchase orders, material commitments and inbound shipments