David has over 20 years experience in supply chain and logistics, working in supply chain analysis, network modelling, warehouse design and project management with Woolworths, Corporate Express and Gazal Apparel before moving to Henderson Logistics in 2008. David became Director of the Sydney office in 2017.
From this base he works on Henderson projects throughout Australia. Recent tasks carried out by David cover a variety of significant projects. These include major tasks on site at Olympic Dam for BHP Billiton, strategy and facility design for Epson Australia, operational cost modelling for Roche Pharmaceutical and design for the establishment of new warehouse for the Australian Museum and numerous other exercises in industrial and warehousing facility design.
His sector expertise in Australia includes FMCG, retail, food production, government, e-commerce, wholesale networks, third-party logistics operations, automotive production logistics, mining, utilities, construction and manufacturing.
Over the last 20 years Vishnu Naidu has worked in functional and consultancy roles with a strong logistics focus. He initially joined the Henderson Logistics consulting team in 1991, then moved to Vector SCM Pty Ltd as Business Development Manager for Asia Pacific and progressed to General Manager Australia. Following several overseas assignments with Vector, he re-joined Henderson Logistics as a Director in 2005.
Vishnu has broad logistics and supply chain experience gained through his many consulting assignments for private, listed and government bodies. A key strength is in supply chain strategy development, procurement and logistics outsourcing. His consulting tasks have covered all aspects of the supply chain from inbound materials, inventory management, warehousing, distribution centre design, transport and distribution. Industry sectors in which he has advised include fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), beverage industry, route distribution, wholesale distribution, automotive, pharmaceutical, petroleum and building supplies.