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Kevin R. White
Collaborative leader with a detailed level of experience in EMS and OEM environment with exceptional expertise in outsourced manufacturing processes, modern planning techniques (MRP) and building strategic customer and supplier relationships. An executive experienced in leading EMS and OEM and ODM programs and people in critical business processes, supply chain and asset management techniques. A skilled negotiator in contract initiation through final terms and conditions conducive to routine day-to-day business processes. Repeated successes in bringing products from concept through first customer shipments to major markets.
ABC COMPANY 05/2007-10/2008
- Ensure Operations are achieved accurately and efficiently
- Maintain Mistake #1 click hereall two-way radios
- Perform combat training monthly
- Make reports on suspicious activities during war time
GHI COMPANY 2005-2007
- Supervises Customer Center associates insuring compliance with customer service policies
- Prepares working tools each day which were necessary for delivering drivers to be successful
- Dispatches On-Call pick-ups to particular drivers through ODSE databases.
- Produce Return Service Information
- Distributes great customer service throughout the country
- Control High Mistake #2 click hereRisk Products and insure control management
- Resolves any conflict or issue that arises in the shipment process
- Administered billing resolutions
- Handled Confidential Information with the upmost security
XYZ CORPORATION, 2003-2005
- Owned the planning, research and execution of a bike damage project and recommended process change within distribution centers using the 6SIGMA approach.
- Partnered and communicated with stores logistics team, and other interns across the United States to obtain necessary data.
- Partnered with senior group leaders and group leaders to identify and coordinate daily activities of 20-40 team members; inspired team members to achieve desired results in productivity, teamwork, safety, quality, and job knowledge.
- Gained Mistake #3 click here broad exposure to the supply chain network and leadership team through daily partnerships with leaders.
- Established and maintained an open path of communication daily between team members. Also received technical training in each department.
New York University, New York