Co-Op opportunity for a student majoring in Supply Chain Management, Materials, Operations, Business Analytics, Logistics or Purchasing with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. A Co-Op in this position will work primarily in the Supply Chain Excellence Department on demand forecasting improvements.
Evaluate product demand versus forecast with the goal of increasing forecast accuracy.
Understand business results and provide company-wide customer demand and forecast information to top management.
Ensure trends, seasonality and promotional impacts are incorporated into business forecasts.
Assist in the operational management of aftermarket sales promotions and customer demand changes
Operational planning on product (ramp up / down) transitions as needed
Cross-functional Supply Chain projects with other business areas as required
Data analysis, primarily on customer and demand information
Operate within the SAP demand planning and Business Intelligence system
Assist in SAP – Demand Planning improvements
Support Sales, Inventory and Operational Planning (SIOP) and forecasting within SAP
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1869: Westinghouse Air Brake Company established in Wilmerding, Pa., to manufacture air brakes invented by George Westinghouse.
1924: Westinghouse air brake system including Broussouse compressor applied to International Harvester Coach in Akron, Oh.
1927: Bendix Corporation formed by automotive engineer Vincent Bendix. Company produces "Safety Servo" vacuum brake under the Braggs-Kliesrath name.
1930: Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company established following the merger of Bendix Corp. and Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake. Headquarters located in Wilmerding, Pa.
1934: Bendix-Westinghouse takes automotive air brake worldwide by establishing licensing agreements with Westinghouse companies in France, Germany, Italy and England.
1941: Bendix-Westinghouse establishes new headquarters in Elyria, Oh.
1949: WWII accelerates developments, and air braking becomes standard on all heavy trucks, tractor-trailers, buses, fire trucks and off-highway vehicles.
1960: Automatic slack adjusters, air dryers, dual brake valves and first generation antilock braking systems are under development.
1969: Bendix Corporation acquires 100 percent ownership of Bendix-Westinghouse.
1973: Bendix-Westinghouse becomes Bendix Heavy Vehicle Systems Group, a division of Bendix Corporation.
1975: Bendix dual air brake system becomes standard for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 121.
1980: Bendix establishes worldwide parts distribution center and remanufacturing operation in Huntington, In.
1982: Bendix Corporation merges with Allied Corporation and the division becomes an operating unit of Allied Automotive, an independent supplier to the worldwide automotive industry under the brand names of Bendix®, Fram® and Autolite®.
1986: The Bendix Heavy Vehicle Systems Group of Allied merges with Bendix Limited European truck air brake operation establishing Bendix Heavy Vehicle Systems Group-Europe. Allied Corporation acquires Signal operations establishing AlliedSignal Inc. as the division's parent company.
1989: Bendix Heavy Vehicle Systems Group-Europe acquires truck air brake operation of Magneti Marelli, strengthening European operations.
1999: AlliedSignal merges with Honeywell International. The new company continues to offer Bendix® brand name air brake and control systems and components under its Honeywell Commercial Vehicle Systems unit. Honeywell operates Honeywell Commercial Vehicle Systems as a joint venture with Knorr-Bremse AG of Munich, Germany. Honeywell owns 65 percent of the unit. Knorr-Bremse owns 35 percent.
2002: Knorr-Bremse assumes 100 percent ownership of Honeywell Commercial Vehicle Systems from Honeywell International Inc. The company changes its legal name to Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC.