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Scott Hawkins

Scott Hawkins is President, Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of Advanced Supply Chain International, LLC and Asset Management Services, LLC. His responsibilities as a Manager at ASCI have included all aspects of operations, management of ASCI’s web tools development program and other I.T. activities, performance measurement, continuous improvement activities, quality assurance, health/safety/enviro programs, oilfield maintenance planning services, Anchorage warehouse and cross-dock operations, and special oilfield project initiatives.

Prior to his involvement in the creation of ASCI, Mr. Hawkins operated his own business, ERDC, a management-and-economics consulting firm based in Anchorage. In this capacity Mr. Hawkins managed Alaska supplier performance management programs in support of the Alaska oil industry. Mr. Hawkins is also co-founder and managing director of HAI Shirokuma Tours, a tour company specializing in the Japanese visitor market.

In addition to the activities described above, Mr. Hawkins is a founder and past president of the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation, a private, non-profit group devoted to local economic development issues. During his eight years with AEDC, he was involved in promotion of Alaska-based international logistics industries, recruitment of new business investment, and in the creation of the Buy Alaska program.

Prior to his years at AEDC, Mr. Hawkins was corporate economist for Alaska Pacific Bank, later Key Bank of Alaska, where he served on the bank’s senior management committee with primary responsibility for economic analysis and forecasting. He is a former economics instructor at the University of Alaska, Anchorage.

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Optimising supply chains
Tuesday, February 28, 2012

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