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Mark Summers is a successful manufacturing and distribution operations leader involving direct and team-based responsibilities for growth-oriented consumer services company. He is open to opportunities throughout the Southeast US. Mark has over 20 years of dedicated experience encompassing manufacturing, distribution, supply chain, transportation, management, customer service, production and inventory control including detailed working knowledge of Lean Manufacturing, Lean Distribution, Six Sigma, Kaizen, JIT inventory control principles, World Class TIQ, preventive maintenance.
MARK SUMMERS Nashville, TN 37221 Cell Phone (615) 594-2335 Home Phone: (615) 662-5102 e-mail: Mark_Summers@msn.com PROFILE: Successful manufacturing and distribution operations leader involving direct and team-based responsibilities for growth- oriented consumer services company. Over 20 years of dedicated experience encompassing manufacturing, distribution, supply chain, transportation, management, customer service, production and inventory control including detailed working knowledge of Lean Manufacturing, Lean Distribution, Six Sigma, Kaizen, JIT inventory control principles, World Class TIQ, preventive maintenance. WORK EXPERIENCE & ACHIEVEMENTS: 12/2006 – 3/2011 – AmerisourceBergen Corp., Corona, CA Vice President / Distribution Center Manager Responsible for gross sales revenue of $2.3 Billion annually, distributing listed chemical, Class II through Class V, all Rx, OTC, medical supplies throughout Southern California, Arizona, Las Vegas. Distribution, transportation, customer service, inventory control of products through the latest technology in the market, average production of 170,000 lines per week, to hospitals, outpatient clinics, surgery centers, alternate care, and independent and retail accounts..…more than 800 customers. Developed the P&L and profit models. Won TOP EBIT Award in FY2010. Working directly with Costco, responsible for the ONLY automated script filling center in the company, producing 60,000+ scripts/week, distributing to 85 Costco facilities daily. Rebuilt entire conveyor and order processing systems in the DC ($9 MM in capital); built the 45,000 sq. ft. fully-automated Costco script-fill facility. 11/2004 -- 12/2006 -- Cardinal Health, Norcross, GA Senior Director of Operations Responsible for all logistics, transportation, and distribution activities in a Multi-Site operation that includes three distribution facilities in Atlanta, one in Birmingham, and one in Nashville. Gross sales exceeds $410 Million with a $29 million operations budget. Employee base exceeds 400 employees, with operations supporting over 350 hospitals, surgery centers, and outpatient clinics throughout three states. Provide support for 24 hour 7 days a week operations, on-time delivery, transportation, customer service and inventory control, exceeding customer expectations through pick/pack accuracy at the lowest cost. 9/1999 – 10/2004 -- Cardinal Health (formerly Allegiance Healthcare), Ontario, CA Director of Operations Responsible and accountable for all activities of a 615,000 sq.ft. distribution center, largest DC in the corporation. Processed, delivered medical supplies to 300 regional accounts, $375 Million+ annual sales, $26 million operations budget, 350 employees, operation of 24 hours, 365 days, exceeding customer service requirements. Reduced operational expense as % to sales by 2.0% over 18 months, or cost reductions and process improvements of more than $850K. Our facility was recognized for the Lowest labor cost per pick of largest sites throughout the corporation. Article was written about the success, strength, and dynamics of our facility in the Spring 2002 Corporate Quarterly Magazine. Winner of Best Overall Performance in BOTH Distribution and Operations for Mega Distribution Center in Cardinal Health MPS for 2003 and 2004. Personal Achievement: Outstanding Leadership Operations for FY2003. Member of the Board of Directors, California Manufacturing Technology Center. 4/1997 - 8/1999 -- Tenneco Automotive, Culver, IN Production Manager Responsible for all manufacturing and production commitments to primary customers: Chrysler, Ford, and Jaguar. $250 Million annual sales. $24 million operating budget, 400+ employees, MIG welding, stamping, 3 dimensional pipe bending & forming, robotics. Enforced the routine use of the 8-D Corrective Action Process developed by the automotive industry. Instilled this thoroughly with plant engineering, manufacturing, quality control. Focus team leader of the Lean Manufacturing Implementation Team and Kaizen Teams. Worked with Chrysler and TA engineering on the development, implementation, and process sign-off of 4 major exhaust platforms for new model year trucks. $3mm in new equipment; $4mm in tooling. Rescheduled entire plant shift start/stop times (24 hours), dramatically improving morale and reducing overtime by $50K a month. 4/1996 - 4/1997 -- FlexFab / Moxness Corp., East Troy & Racine, WI Plant Manager Responsible for all plant and production requirements of an industrial custom-component silicon rubber manufacturing operation. Process equipment included extrusion, compression and transfer molding, and milling. 85 employees, 24 hour/3 shift operation. Annual cost of product sales in excess of $14 million. Direct responsibility in the plant-wide initiative to earn ISO 9001 Certification. Implemented Lean Manufacturing; Improved operational efficiency by 12% in 1 year. 5/1994 - 3/1996 -- Baxter Healthcare (formerly Allegiance Healthcare), Columbus, OH Regional Manufacturing Manager In an autonomous medical customs product business, responsible for the manufacture/marketing of more than 1000 custom kits comprised of over 15,000 components used in hospital surgical procedures. Value of production to annual sales in excess of $22 million. Improved aggregate operational efficiency of custom products/procedure-based surgical and delivery systems from -$10,700 month average in manufacturing variances to $6700 month average. Exceeded service level, quality & regulatory, DIOH, and manufacturing standards and objectives as prescribed by corporate directives. 7/1989 - 5/1994 -- Baxter Healthcare, Jacksonville, TX Production Operations Board Manager Self-Directed Work Team Leader in a precision medical manufacturing (plastics) company, a process that included injection molding, blowmolding, sheet and tubing extrusion, Robotics. Directly responsible for more than 150 employees with favorable absorption/earnings of more than $400,000; Value of Production of $13 million. Project Manager of a very successful valued improvement program, saving over $500,000 annually in material costs. Responsible for all product design and testing, vendor certification, all support and installation equipment, QC and marketing coordination. I earned a Patent by U.S. Patent Office for a new product design relative to this project. Responsible for Service Level of FG Inventory which consistently operated in excess of 98% with production exceeding 42 million units annually. Coordinated operations and procedures which reduced Work-in-Process inventory from $250,000 to less than $48,000 through JIT / Kanban principles. Managed new installation including additional robotics and departmental redesign/layout which increased productivity by 200% and reduced direct labor costs by $187,000 annually. Implemented SPC, JIT, and TPM, dramatically reducing defects per million (DPM) from an average 2700 to less than 200. 12/1980 - 6/1989 -- Rank of Captain, United States Army. Rotary-winged Aviator; Variety of leadership and aviation assignments in numerous locations (U.S. and Overseas.) Qualified to fly UH-1H, AH-1S, OH-58C Army Helicopters. Unit Maintenance Officer, Test Pilot, leadership assignments at unit and staff levels (brigade, division.) Branch qualifications: Quartermaster, Aviation. Certified Lean Six Sigma and certified Six Sigma Green Belt. Villanova University. August 2010. Lieutenant Colonel (retired), Aviation Branch, Army Reserves and National Guard. Last assignment: Commander of an Armored and Air Cavalry Squadron, California Army National Guard EDUCATION: Master of Public Administration - 1988 University of LaVerne, California Bachelor of Business Administration (Business Finance / Economics) - 1980 Middle Tennessee State University Command and General Staff Officer Course - 1992 U.S. Army, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Additional training/membership: High Impact Leadership, Distribution Management Association of SoCal, Chrysler Quality & Lean Manufacturing Training, Automotive 8-D Corrective Action Training, Six Sigma training, American Production and Inventory Control Society, Plastics Seminar and Training, Integrated Adept systems, MRP generation, SAP R/3.
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