Strategic Demand Planning & Inventory Optimization


17th & 18th November 2021 - Karachi
24th & 25th November 2021 - Lahore

November 17, 2021
4 Days


Karachi & Lahore   View map


Training Course


At this prestigious two days training you will be exploring the key areas of Demand Planning, Sales and Operational Planning and Inventory Optimization , this will certainly enhance your knowledge on the key strategic aspects of Supply Chain directly related to the business performance.

This course will enable you to be business leader supporting business through better grip on SC processes. Here you will examine significant approaches such as the sales and operations planning (S&OP), lean inventory management, Economic Order Quantity (EOQ), Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) and Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model that will be critical for demand planning and inventory management in Supply Chain With cost reduction being a high emphasis due to current economic conditions globally, this event will incorporate strategies to optimize cost in organizations.

Take part in the “Demand Planning & Inventory Optimization’ training that will bring together a proficient trainer to analyze and deliver the issues with regards to demand planning and inventory optimization.

Attend this informative event and gain practical insights into:

Minimizing operating costs and lower overheads whilst maintain an optimum level of inventory.
>By reducing inventory generate the cash to spend behind the brands.
>Incorporating Lean concepts into your supply chain to enable smart and cost effective inventory management.
>Assessing how Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP) works for your organization and how it can add value to company.


Mr. Noman Lutfi served at various Leading positions for more than 28 years, his expertise span is in end-to-end Supply Chain and Research & Development. Mr. Noman has served on various boards and Management Committees of the organizations he has been associated with, and he takes a keen interest in organization and talent development as well as mentorship. He graduated from the University of Karachi, Pakistan with a BSc (Hon.) in Applied Chemistry and Masters in Foods Science and Technology.

Mr. Noman also served as Manufacturing/Supply Chain Director, Management Committee member (MC) in Unilever Pakistan & Unilever Sri Lanka (as International Assignee) for 6 years. He served as Board of Director for 4 years in capacity of Executive / Non-executive Board member of Unilever Pakistan Foods Limited. He also served for three years as Group GM Integrated SC and MC / Executive Leadership Team (ELT) in EBM.

He served Department of Applied Chemistry and Food Science at University of Karachi as Cooperative Teacher and also served as HR Visiting Faculty Lecturer at Next Campus Colombo, Sri Lanka affiliated with Birmingham City University, UK.

He also functions as a Board Director of GS1 Pakistan, which handles all enquiries, related to GS1 standards and in addition to the above, he holds the post of Vice President of SCAP (Supply Chain Association of Pakistan). Mr. Lutfi also functions as the Regional Advisory Board Member (EMEA-Region) of ISCEA Pakistan, (International Supply Chain Education Alliance in Pakistan). He is also associated as CMILT (UK) Chartered Member of CILT, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK).

A result Oriented Supply Chain professional with un-matched experience in FMCG and served Supply Chain and RnD in Management and Leadership roles.

Organizational development, Lead Change Management for sustainable performance and Talent development through Capability building, Coaching and Mentoring are the key areas of his interest.


C-Level Executives, MDs, VPs, Directors, HODs, GMs, Senior Managers, Project Managers, Division Heads, Senior Level Executives from Inventory planning and management/ Inventory control , Supply Chain management, Demand Planning, Logistics, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Purchasing/ Procurement.

From across all industries:

  • Petroleum, Gas & Chemicals Energy/Power/ Utilities Manufacturing Shipping
  • Steel Cement FMCG Mining
  • Automobiles Telecommunications Healthcare and Pharmaceutical


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