Alexander Miltenburg, an Oliver Wight Business Advisor, is a coach, educator, and team player who can create value for companies by designing and implementing integrated business processes.
“At the heart of every business, it is all about the people that run it and their customers. My goal is to help companies improve their decision-making capability and execute their strategy and purpose while improving the workplace. Working with Oliver Wight allows me to do this.”
In the past 20+ years, Alex has held leadership positions in supply and material planning, customer service and logistics, project execution, change management, and strategy. His most recent position was with Mondeléz, where he led the warehouse network of the U.S. and delivered a large transformation project adding two warehouses to the network, optimizing fill rates, sourcing, and transportation spending. Prior to that, he had various roles, from supply network design, optimizing route-to-market strategies, driving down enterprise-wide waste, and leading the Program Management Office for the Supply Chain reinvention project, including designing and building the biggest bakery in the Mondeléz network, optimizing existing facilities and plant closures.
Before coming to the U.S. in 2013, Alex worked for Kraft and Cadbury in Europe. He led supply planning in Poland/Romania, supplying single-sourced brands globally, leading the supply chain integrated portfolio management team as the conduit between commercial, manufacturing, and the supply chain. In addition, he served as the Customer Service & Logistics Lead for Cadbury Switzerland.
Alex’s experience helped him gain a unique view of the end-to-end supply chain. From strategy and shaping business cases, to designing and building infrastructure and teams sourcing, making, and delivering while shaping portfolio, capacity, and capability.
Alex is a proud alumnus of Stenden University in the Netherlands, where he graduated in International Hospitality Management. He currently resides in Mendham, N.J., with his wife and three children.