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Mohan Channa_____________________________________________________________________ Madison • MS 39110 email@example.com 1-601-898-2310 Profile Manufacturing Engineering Plastics Manager Expertise in Tool, process manufacturing engineering utilizing scientific approach and best processes/practices, excellent communication skills, MS office. Ability to motivate diverse work force to meet the todays challenging business initiatives, DOE, Six Sigma Green Belt Certified, Lean Manufacturing. Global Experiences in Europe, North & South America and Asia with Hands on leading the charge. Extensive manufacturing background, diverse knowledge of automotive connection systems and domestic appliances Specialties in thermo-plastic, thermo-set, and die-casting materials, Two shot molding (rubber over plastic) and insert molding etc. Industries/product worked in are Automotive:- Connection Systems, Interior, Safety seatbelt components, Military connectors, Aircraft components, medical, dental hygiene, bathroom/kitchen fixtures, caps etc.; In-depth knowledge of large and small (complex) organizations and cross-functional experiences with product and tooling design, equipment, (scientific) processes and quality systems. Majoring in identifying issues, trouble shooting with corrective action to ensure the operation runs smooth with a particular focus to Maintenance and cost avoidance where possible EURO-AMERICAN PLASTICS (INDIA) CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER 202012 New plant start-up as full service supplier for Plastic Injection Molding Recruiting, staffing- Team building and growing the business. Supervising 38 employees Operating budget responsibilities and profit/loss. Implementation of ISO-9000 certification was working toward TS-16949. Dailey interface with key people to discuss agenda and trouble shoot issues as necessary with team, discuss new projects and time lines etc; Critique Customer Product for manufacturability to improve Functionality of part and tool. DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE AUSTRIA MANUFACTURING CONSULTANT 2009-2012 Engineering Management of Tool, Processes and maintenance for new and existing programs to improve overall plant efficiency, quality and customer satisfaction. Improved manufacturing costs, outside premium cost and supplier development. Oversee new and capacity tool designs for manufacturability and maintenance. Tool design improvements via India and United States and coach internal and external personal. DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE CHIEF ENGINEER MANAGER (Clinton MS) 2003 – 2009 Led manufacturing group from 300+ to <10 per year in customer complaints with annual average savings $1 mil + and reduced internal containments. Supervising 6 & 10 Employees/review the daily tasks/issues and special projects. Managed 250+ molding machines ranging from 17 – 170 ton (with limited Engineering support). Drive down continuing increasing maintenance $$$ to profitability via training, teamwork, product design and technology by 20%. Consultant for employer International/training/coaching engineers thru workshops to increase knowledge and achieve organizational objectives (Austria, Brazil, Mexico, China). DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE STAFF ENGINEER Special Projects (Warren OH) 1998 - 2003 Reduction in internal RPPM from 2800 to 1350 with 30+ year old equipment. This initiative resulted in several million $ in scrap reduction and sorting shipping 10,000,000 pieces per day. Developed shared data base to collect data from teams to improve tool capability, quality and other problems related to manufacturing, coaching team members along the way. The methodology used to accomplish the above initiatives was used in the next two state of the art molding plants Special projects (1) business plan for 30 LSR presses (2) develop large ton strategy for NA/Mexico Consultant for Global subsidiary with training and workshops to increase knowledge and achieve organizational objectives worldwide. DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE (WARREN OH) BUSINESS RELOCALIZATION MANAGER 1994 – 1998 Loaded internal plants by in-sourcing from external supply base while resolving manufacturing issues and supporting 240+ machines. Developed communication tool to share data between the plant and Divisional Engineering. Supported the start-up of off-shore operations such as Mexico and Brazil in the areas of tool & process processing and maintenance while training/coaching local out side the country. Set up preventative maintenance. GENERAL MOTORS (BROOKHAVEN MS) TOOL & PROCESS ENGINEER 1990 – 1994 Assisted with set up of the Precision Molding plant (120 presses). Tool supplier development with tool & process support. Introduced plan to improve FTQ that resulted in reducing scrap, increasing efficiency by 20% + running same product with lass machines. Reduced cost by developing/improving & implementing maintenance strategy, training/coaching, improved logistics planning, and reduced weekend overtime resulting in substantial savings of over one million dollars by breaking less and longer runs. GENERAL MOTORS (WARREN OH) TOOL DESIGN ENGINEER 1984 – 1990 Revised Tool Design standards to prolong tool life, reducing breakage, improving tool alignment, venting, steel- treatment (metallurgy), develop new suppliers to bring new ideas versus copying existing ideas, and estimates. Designed tooling for thermo-plastics, thermo-set materials, created standard for hot-stamping fuse blocks. Introduced / Implemented Mold-Flow (FEA) reducing part & runner ratio 30% on an average, analyzed part geometry, sized runners, established processing parameters prior to starting tool design, verify end process for accuracy. FEA was used on existing tools to reduce cycle time and shot size that resulted in savings $2+ KK. OXFORD MOLD-DIE/OXFORD PLASTICS (NC) CHIEF ENGINEER 1981 – 1984 Design tooling for thermo-plastic, thermo-set materials for auto and domestic customer base. Customer visits - new business, estimates, offer product enhancements. Develop tool build capacity and managed tool build. Troubleshoot, train and coach others. Education City and Guilds of London Institute Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship as Tool & Die Maker in London, UK Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Scientific Molding, Shainin, Quick Change Hiram College Finance I & II Kent State Campus Warren, OH International Economics and Financing Hiram, OH
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