Jose Ambe

José Born in Mexico, July 29 1978, he is Industrial Engineering at Universidad Iberoamericana

  • Courses at Berkley University in:
    • Strategic Logistics
    • Strategic Project Management
  • Course at Harvard in:
    • Leading Profesional Service Firms
  • Master in Business at Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • Master in Finance at Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • Serves as voluntary in diverse NGOs
  • VP of Logistics and International Commerce in American Chamber of Commerce
  • Chair professor at Tec de Monterrey, Campus Santa Fé
  • Advisor and Board Member for more than 5 companies

He is currently CEO of LDM, a Mexican consulting company with more than 21 years of experience, with operations in 11 countries and more than 1,000 projects carried out.

About LDM

Logística de México - LDM is a consultant specialized in Supply Chain with more than 21 years of experience in the industry with a client portfolio made up of more than 600 national and international companies from different market sectors, with operations in 11 countries and more. than a thousand projects developed.

Winners of the 2017 National Logistics Award (Mexico) Winners of the Manhattan Value Partner for 9 years in addition to winning 13th place in The 50 Best Consulting Companies 2022 (Mexico)

offering support in all phases of the Supply Chain, from planning (Demand Planning, S&OP, Inventory Optimization, Control, management and KPI's, Inventory Control, Loss Prevention, Asset Management) Manufacturing: MRP, Lean Manufacturing, Process Reengineering, Continuous or batch manufacturing processes, Operational Excellence.

Warehousing: Design of the Distribution Center, Visibility in the warehouse, Administration of the labor force, Increase in productivity, Assortment by Voice, Radio frequencies, printers, RFDI, Inventory taking.

Transportation: Distribution network design, Transportation Administration, Optimization of distribution routes, maintenance, Selection and evaluation of suppliers.

Store: Inventory Optimization, Replenishment synchronization against real demand, Inventory and shrinkage control, Sell-out Analysis.

Customer: Omni-channel Distribution Channels, Sales Increase, Shopping Experience, Customer Loyalty.