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Timothy J. Swidorski 608 Lakeview Landing * Fort Mill, SC 29707 Cell: (419)572-0738 Email: ts120eb04@westpost.

net _________________________________________________________________________ OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL Strengths: Operations Management * Program Management * Project Management * Str ategic Sourcing Established a proven record of management experience and achievements for (1) Mu ltiple location management including start-up and shutdowns; (2) Streamlining ef ficiencies by implementing improved systems, processes, and procedures; (3) Cust omer relationships at each facility and corporate headquarters; (4) Employee man agement, development and motivation. Experience coordinating the program, syste ms, and process development/improvement efforts that have reduced costs, improve d quality and process related issues, and maximized utilization of manpower and materials. Additional qualifications: * Multi-location management * Multi-million dollar budgeting * Purchasing Manag ement * Inventory control * Full P&L Responsibilities * Contract management * PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) * Job costing/forecasting * Supplier negotiations * QS 9001 & TS 16949 * Employee training/motivation * Supply chain * Supply chain management * Customer communications * Best Practice Sharing * Metalworking fluids management * Machining process knowledge * Microsoft Offi ce expert * Environmental regulations * Manufacturing Safety * Business start-up _________________________________________________________________________ PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE QUAKER CHEMICAL CORPORATION, Bingham Farms, Michigan (2003 - 2010) SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER of Operations Responsibilities included managing ten Chemical Management Service locations bot h in and outside the United States, with 27 employees located throughout the Uni ted States. On-site responsibilities include procurement of chemicals and MRO s upplies, supplier negotiations and management, customer contract management at t he local level, P&L accountability, and project management. Additional responsib ilities include management of multiple location best practice sharing through im plementation, corporate customer contract negotiations and reporting, corporate level supplier management responsibilities, combined financial accountability, i ncluding P&L forecasting and review, invoicing, A/R and A/P for $6 million acros s all locations. Achievements: * Consistently outperform profitability budgets and cost savings objectives at a ll locations * Received "People Make Quality Happens" award for the implementation of a Best Practice Project * Achieved contract renewals at all ten locations for three consecutive contract cycles CASTROL / BP, GM Powertrain, Toledo, Ohio (2001 - 2003) FLUIDS ENGINEER III Responsibilities included business team management for the testing, analysis, an d control of all metalworking fluids, inventory control, sourcing and purchasing of program chemicals, financial reporting, project management and customer comm unications. Achievements:

* Managed a metal removal fluid project that resulted in a cost savings of $125 K that included the competitive analysis of three vendor materials * Achieved a cost savings of $75 K for reducing usage and improving part cleanli ness by implementing an improvement to a system filtration unit * Recognized by corporate customer for work completed on Bio-Resistant fluid pro ject

MIMA PRODUCTS, INC, Coleman, Michigan (2000 - 2001) OPERATIONS MANAGER Responsibilities included managing all facets of a Thermoform Tooling operation. Reported to Owners; Management responsibilities were financial management incl uding costing, budgeting and P&L review, plant operations management, all aspect s of HR management for up to 35 employees, QS 9000 implementation, supplier and customer relations. Achievements: * Turned failing business profitable, through improvements in shop procedures, a nd cost reductions * Implemented costing process to insure jobs were profitable * Managed QS 9000 implementation and award of certification TRI CITY BAKERY/WASHINGTON AVE BAKING CO, Bay City, Michigan (1998 - 2001) OWNER Responsibilities included business start-up; securing capital, establishing busi ness practices, hiring and training employees, securing and managing suppliers, wholesale account management, baking, small business accounting and payroll util izing Quickbooks. Achievements: * Established wholesale accounts requiring daily deliveries; Key customers; St. Mary's Hospital and Saginaw Valley University * Based on our reputation for quality of product and success of 1st bakery the B ay City Planning Office requested we open a 2nd bakery downtown. HENKEL SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES, Delphi, Flint, Michigan (1997 - 1999) SITE MANAGER CINCINNATI MILACRON, General Motors, Flint, Michigan (1994 - 1997) SITE MANAGER Responsibilities included HR management of on site staff, procurement of chemica ls and MRO supplies, supplier negotiations and management, customer contract man agement at the local level, P&L accountability, project management, customer rel ationship and satisfaction management. Achievements: * Consistently met profitability budgets and cost savings objectives * Received Site Manager of the year in 1995 * Collected $4.5 Million in past-due A/R three months after assuming Site Manage r Role _________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION Lourdes College * Sylvania, Ohio * May 2011 * Bachelor of Science, Business Admi nistration _________________________________________________________________________