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Record of tenacious problem solving, cost cutting and teambuilding Plant Manager with proven record of improving efficiencies in manufacturing food processing concepts, updating technologies, reducing costs, and mentoring/developing personnel.
→ Relocated floor packaging lines-business process, successfully reducing full-time labor costs by 8%.
→ Focused on reducing production costs, successfully maintaining greater than 50% efficiency rate, and achieving an all-time low of 11 cents per case packaging cost.

Visionary leader and highly motivated decision-maker with extensive knowledge base in all facets of food manufacturing processes and procedures, including procurement, scheduling, production control, inventory management and material flow. Oversee safety standards, quality control, maintenance and continual improvement activities. Demonstrate record of significantly increasing productivity, efficiency, and profit margins through technology and process/cost improvements.


 Distribution Logistics
 Labor Productivity
 Operational Safety
 Manufacturing Production
 Warehouse Operations
 Cost Containment
 Technology Savvy
 Conflict Resolution
 Team Player
 Leadership/Mentor

Warehouse Manager – UCB Pharmaceutical, Rochester, NY 2010 – Present
 Oversee all daily manufacturing operations and personnel work activities for 15 employees.
 Provide Project Management for 3 projects, one of which required movement of $75MM of raw materials, components, finished goods, labels, and corrugate for floor replacement project that completed before deadline.
 Developed and implemented quality distribution flow of materials and time management that completed within the first 4 months of employment, and contributed to 16% reduction of daily work activities.
 Contribute to team building initiatives within interdepartmental divisions, managing meetings and offering incentives for cost reduction in packaging and maintaining higher (OEE) Overall Equipment Effectiveness than the previous annual average, the key stake holders in this Lean measurement process are availability, performance and quality.
 Organized multiple audits and prepared distribution team that included an FDA, Sarbanes Oxley, EMA, MHRA, Sanofi Aventis, and Department of Environmental Conservation audits with no incidents initiated, first time in company history that all audits were successful.
 Coordinate with DEA on all controlled substances and appropriate procedures for discarding waste, and coordinate transportation for incineration.
 Update all SOP, pallet patterns and TrackWise responses associated with distribution, and known as the TrackWise trainer for deviations and change controls.
 Volunteered as safety committee chairperson, and have been accident free for 6 months since conception, and focus on program for communicating importance of safety observations.
Plant Manager – Seneca Foods Corp., Geneva, NY 2008 – 2010
 Coordinated 900,000 sq. ft. production operations that included can/bottle manufacturing, agricultural, environmental, migrant camp, packaging of more than 20M cases labeled annually, and distribution functions for major independent, publicly traded, fully integrated food processing company, with direct supervision of 15 department managers and coordinated up to 500 employees.
 Spearheaded Capital Expenditure Requests, Non-Recurring Maintenance Projects and CIP, and conducted all weekly/monthly meetings for Plant Operations, Safety, Quality, Environmental and CIP, including plant tours for outside public organizations (Hobart, Cornell University and BOCES).
 Contributed to achieving consecutive superior AIB International audit ratings 11 years running, that boasted 4M hours accident free for 5-year period

Warehouse Manager – Company Name, City, ST 2007 – 2008
 Provided key management and coordination for 5 warehouses, oversaw all operation and personnel activities.
 Performed leadership and mentor initiatives and critiqued performance of 6 shift supervisors and up to 75 warehouse associates.
 Established structured system of expectations and result-reporting for all warehouse associates, and shared progress in daily startup meetings and weekly information sessions.
 Performed inventory control systems daily reconciliation and audited an average of $68MM of physical inventory for all warehouses, and conducted annual physical inventories.
 Purchased automated guided vehicles and replaced propane LP gas forklifts with electric that resulted in reduction of propane costs and two full-time personnel.
Warehouse Office Manager – Company Name, City, ST 2003 – 2007
 Maintained Inventory Management initiatives, and successfully trained up to 15 employees on all manufacturing processes, procedures, and product safety initiatives.
 Selected to train managers and employees on Seneca’s policies and procedures, warehouse office functions, computer/inventory systems and benchmarking, supporting the acquisition of the Signature Fruit Plant in Modesto, California for17-week training program, and received a personal thank you and appreciation certificate from COO of Seneca Foods.
 Reorganized physical plant inventory and aged stock to improve warehouse operational processes.
 Designated as main trainer/contact person at the Geneva plant that provided support on new inventory control and tracking system (GEM).
 Instrumental in reorganizing work load, resulting in reduction in labor force by 20%.
Packaging Manager – Company Name, City, ST 1999 – 2003
 Managed 63 associates involved in production operations for 11 different food labeling lines, processing approximately 15 M cases labeled, 55,000 label changes for 1,100 client accounts.
 Focused on reducing production costs, successfully maintained greater than 50% efficiency rate, and achieved all-time low of 11 cents per case packaging cost.
Early Career:
Packaging Group Leader – Company Name, City, ST – 1997 to 1999
Quality Assurance Inspection – Company Name, City, ST – 1996 to 1997

A.S., General Science/Minor: Mathematics – Louisburg College, NC – Dean’s List/Magna cum Laude – GPA 3.78
Cornell Better Processing School…Seneca Foods Better Processing…Seam Training – 2009
HAACP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) Training – 2008
PERP (Portable Equipment Registration Program) Training – 2001
Seneca Foods Operations Improvement – 1999

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