Mathias Thim Juhl

Mathias Thim Juhl

Engineer, MSc Supply Chain & Logistics


Research activity per year

Personal profile


As a value chain specialist my special areas of interest include Lean and manufacturing flow optimisation, supply chain collaboration, innovative business models and aligning strategic choices with operational capabilities. I am a firm believer in the importance of combining a holistic business process understanding with in-depth competencies. When cooperating with various industries either as member of an advisory board for SME’s or as a project supervisor, my focus is fact-based alignment of processes, strategy and improvement activities in order to avoid sub-optimisation within single areas. I put an honour in how simplification and reducing supply chain complexity can improve business performance. Bachelor in Manufacturing and Management from 2002 Management Diploma 2005 Working as: Production leader Tetra Pak Hoyer 2002 - 2005 Production Manager Crawford Production Denmark 2005 - 2008 Senior lecturer VIA University College 2008 -


Course title: Lean Expert
Educational institution: Dansk Rationalisering forening
Country: Denmark
Course duration in days: 12.0
Finishing date: 2008

Work areas

Primære arbejdsområder:
Flow optimisation focusing on Lean and Quick Response Manufacturing Supply Chain Management and Design of Value Chains

Øvrige arbejdsområder:
Study counsler Part of Centre for Applied Research and Development in Business Globalisation

Education/Academic qualification

MSc Executive Master Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Cranfield University

Award Date: 6 Jul 2016

Bachelor in Manufacturing and Management, University of Southern Denmark

Award Date: 25 Jan 2002

Associate professor qualification, Dansk Center for Ingeniøruddannelse

… → 2012

Diploma in Management, Aarhus Business College

… → 2005


Senior Lecturer, VIA University College

1 Aug 2008 → …

Production Manager, Crawford Production Denmark

1 Aug 20051 Aug 2008

Production Leader, Tetra Pak Hoyer

26 Jan 20021 Aug 2005


  • lean
  • value chain management
  • logistics