After 14 years, following a diverse range of global leadership roles in Supply Chain, Procurement, and Operations across various sectors, including aerospace, mining equipment, and power, Luke joined AlixPartners where he now harnesses his knowledge to assist businesses in overcoming their most formidable challenges.

Luke’s specialization lies in transforming end-to-end supply chain and operations, optimizing inventory, reducing procurement costs, and enhancing customer service. His leadership acumen is further enriched by his experience in professional roles at both publicly listed and private-equity-backed industrial companies where he led large teams of globally dispersed people. Luke employs a combination of data analytics, strategic planning, and process improvement to tackle complex challenges in clients’ supply chain, procurement, and industrial operations.

His global perspective is shaped by his experiences living in the UK, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Norway, and Singapore. He has also travelled to and worked to more than 40 countries across the globe with deep experience in Asia, the US and Europe. Luke holds a Global Executive MBA from IE Business School, where he distinguished himself by graduating at the top of his class. 

Key Engagements and Career Highlights:

  • Supported a leading NYSE listed consumer products business ($4bn+ revenue) through the implementation of new Sales & Operations Planning process across their EMEA division.
  • Implemented a facility optimization strategy for a US mining equipment supplier; outsourced production to China and Mexico; secured funding for a major facility upgrade to support insourcing of complex-to-manufacture components.
  • Improved aftermarket on-time delivery from 70% to 95% by transforming the end-to-end supply chain at a North American pump and valve manufacturer; improved inventory availability to support aftermarket revenue growth.
    Led a $12.5 million (24.7%) reduction in net inventory across Africa, the Middle East, and Asia for a private-equity-backed rental power business by applying advanced analytics, enhanced supply and demand control, and process transformation.
  • Executed the restructuring of a divisional supply chain function with 500 million in revenue from a decentralized to a centralized operating model; improved accountability and service levels via a head count reduction of 27%.
    Led multiple sourcing transfer programs, shifting supply from Europe and the United States to Asia, Eastern Europe and Mexico.