Pat Murphy helps companies increase profits, reduce costs, and improve customer service with improved processes and properly designed and managed supply chains that are optimized and aligned to support the goals of the company. This often involves addressing complex issues to optimize manufacturing and distribution costs while meeting customer expectations.

Pat believes companies achieve the greatest benefit if they step back from the issues of the day and examine how their supply chain strategy aligns with the long term goals of the organization. He helps them to evaluate the design and function of their supply chain and identify opportunities to improve how products and information flow through the chain to minimize costs and maximize performance. He also works with clients to develop effective capacity plans and optimize transportation spend to significantly reduce costs throughout the supply chain – from material supply through manufacturing, warehousing and transportation to the end customer.

Pat has vast experience in several manufacturing industries, including food and beverage, industrial, and transportation equipment, where as an Industrial Engineer, he has improved processes, reduced costs and improved customer service through all areas of manufacturing, warehousing and distribution. Pat is a Certified Supply Chain Professional through APICS and holds a Certificate in Supply Chain Management from St. Louis University. He is a Life Member in the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers and has held offices of Chapter President and several other board positions. He has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering Management.