Core Competencies and skills
Efficient Team Player
Highly Analytical and Organized
Human Resource Management
Outstanding Customer Service
Conscientious and trustworthy
Six Sigma & Loss Prevention
Complex Problem Resolution
Multi-task and Efficiency
2010-Present Improved Piping Products San Antonio, Texas
Distribution Center Manager
Capitalize on industry expertise in providing oversight to staff ensuring smooth distribution, operations and inventory management, vendor compliance, logistics, staffing, training/development, and facilities in double-digit sales growth environment.
Assume profit and loss accountability, directing efforts to reduce operational costs annually. Lead staff by monitoring performance ensuring that they are continuously equipped to attain peak productivity, providing guidance and executing appropriate disciplinary measures to address staff problems.
Enhanced organizational effectiveness by leading transformation efforts through reorganization and repurposing, including implementation of an ERP system and new shipping software, transitioning the distribution team from Marcola to SAP systems.
Increased staff productivity by 40%, by creating an SOP manual and standardizing of processes.
Sustained a safety working environment for employees by establishing a Safety Committee, which reduced injury incident to no lost time injuries in three years
Achieved cost and service improvements to annual small package, LTL, and material contracts by securing successful negotiations since 2010.
Developed KPIs and metrics for distribution and logistics driving improvements in KPI performance from 2010 to present in receiving dock to stock time, shipping in 24 hours from order placement, returns processing time, cost per invoice line, and distribution costs as percent of revenue.
11/07 – 11/10 ENTRIGUE SURGICAL INC. San Antonio, Texas
Supply Chain Operations Manager
Recruited by the owners of the medical device R&D Company to set up production, logistics, and international distribution for a proprietary ENT Surgical device.
Worked closely with physicians, R&D Department and researchers to evaluate/improve preproduction devices and finalize product for production.
Sourced suppliers for raw materials and coordinated with the assembler during all phases of development, the proper and safe storage of the chemicals utilized. And proper required documentation for tracking to the state, federal and city required levels.
Ensured completion of non-disclosure agreements with vendors, assembler, and shipping companies.
Responsible for all drivers scheduling and training pertaining to D.O.T & Hazmat regulations.
Established supply chain operations for worldwide shipping and surpassed established goals for product rollout.
2003 – 2007 FUTABA INTERNATIONAL TEXAS (FIT) CORPORATION San Antonio, Texas
Production Control/Logistics Manager
Multifaceted functions for this Toyota owned plant that produced stamped panels for the Tundra Truck line.
Selected as part of the plant opening team and worked in Japan for one year to master the Toyota Lean Manufacturing process.
Prepared Production Plan based on forecasts provided by Japanese department heads, Manufacturing and other internal company sources. Orchestrated activities between manufacturing, purchasing, planning and inventory and developed the most efficient Production Plan.
Ensured finished goods inventories were maintained at levels specified by senior management to meet forecasts and promotional requirements.
Maintained and updated Material Requirements Planning (MRP) dates and ensured desired MRP planning quantities were coordinated with the Purchasing Department.
Developed schedules that optimized the use of labor, materials, and production machinery.
Coordinated with the Production Manager to start a manufacturing operation through the use of the Daily Production Schedule. Concurrently worked with Purchasing Department to ensure inventory levels.
Quickly resolved issues relating to material shortages, rejections, scrap, and re-work. Analyzed material shortages, reviewed the order progress, and adjusted plans when necessary.
Worked closely with the Vice President of Manufacturing and communicated changes or modifications to schedules and plans.
1997 – 2003 PRESSURE SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL San Antonio, Texas
Materials/Production Control Manager
Directed Purchasing, Distribution, and Production Control of metal stamped parts and associated assembly for Dell Computer Corporation.
Implemented a Kan-Ban card system to manage production work orders as well as inventory control of raw materials and finished products.
Orchestrated activities for up to 154 production employees and two managers and coordinated all work schedules and assignments.
Played a key role in successful implementation of material Requirements Planning Software for the JIT Inventory and the Kan-Ban Program and successfully re-equipped and modernized all company systems. Used Zatanet GPS tracking software to track trucks o the road.
1993 – 1997 MSAS CARGO INTERNATIONAL San Antonio, Texas
Warehouse Distribution/Logistics Manager
Managed 4 ISO 9002 warehouses with over 800,000 square feet and 50,000 part numbers for a major customer, Lucent Technologies. Supervised up to 360 employees that included 12 Section Managers
Operated the first and only Free Trade Zone Warehouse in San Antonio with a significant savings in tariffs to the customer.
Successfully maintained a quality percentage over 99% and an in-processing quality percentage of 99.8%.
Conducted spot checks to ensure safe handling practices and compliance with established policies and procedures. And Scheduled and managed the annual inventory.
Conducted formal training on safety, processing procedures, and maintaining a safe work environment.
1987 – 1993 FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY San Antonio, Texas
Distribution Operations Supervisor
Directed day–to–day operations for a 100,000 square foot warehouse. Hired, trained, and supervised up to 15 personnel and controlled the shipping operations with a volume of up to 400,000 units per year.
Implemented a comprehensive training program, facilitated warehouse organization, and upgraded computer software
Improved efficiency of operations and accommodated monthly shipping growth from 30,000 per month in 1987 to 58,000 per month in 1993 without increasing labor.
Enhanced interdepartmental communications and eliminated employee concerns.
Optimized LTL and intermodal transportation functions through better routing.
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Additional undergraduate course work at: San Antonio College, MATC North Campus and Santa Ana College.
Honorably discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps with 3 years of service, as a Logistics Manager. (1/73 – 12/75)
*References provided upon request
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