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Supply Chain Engineering

Buffalo, NY
October 21, 2018

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New York (open to relocation) 716-***-****


Masters of Science, Industrial Engineering Anticipated Dec 2018

University at Buffalo, State University of New York GPA: 3.71/4

Bachelors of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering May 2017

Gujarat Technological University, India GPA: 4/4


Technical Skills: TQM, ERP, Process Optimization, Procurement, Warehouse management, Supermarket Inventory, Inventory Management, Material Handling, Just-in-time (JIT), Demand Analysis, ABC Analysis, Planning, Scheduling, Material Handling, Process Improvement, Lean wastes, Supermarket Inventory, Kaizen, Kan-Ban, 5S

Technical Softwares: Minitab, Oracle SQL, Tableau, SAP ERP, CREO, AutoCAD

Computer Skills: MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access), Visio, MS Project Programming Skills: C++, Python, R Languages: English, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu


Engineering Co-Op, Amar Hydrocarbon Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad, India May 2016-July 2017

Saved 1000’s of hours of work on annual basis by reorganizing entire work place using 5S and Visual techniques

Increased process efficiency and decreased cycle time by 12% via implementing lean tools such as Kanban & Kaizen

Increased profit by 19%, with improved space utilization & better inspection, by analyzing processes & material flow and proposing an optimal facility layout

Carried out Material Requirement Planning (MRP) using SAP-ERP software to maintain enough stock as per demand and for better inventory control, production planning and scheduling

Created schedule in Excel using classical sequencing rule by considering tardiness, lateness, flow time, and makespan Reviewed and validated control plans, work instructions, datasheets, BOM and SOPs

Maintained a constant improvement track for the logistics inside the company as well as with outside vendors

Forecasting and Inventory Management, Courtyard by Marriott, Buffalo, USA Jan 2018-May 2018

Gauged the Variability by analysis of their current forecasting method and comparison with classical methods

Eliminated approximately $900 annual cost of software by finding an alternative sales forecasting method

Efficient replenishment policy was made using Demand Analysis and Kanban system to balance the ordering and holding cost which can substantially increase their profit by approximately 20%

Researcher, Supply Chain Engineering, University at Buffalo Jan 2018 – PRESENT

Researching in the field of Supply Chain & Logistics under the mentorship of departmental professor

Researched and worked on the topic of Vendor Managed Inventory and gave solutions for optimality conditions

Currently working on Identifying ways for Improvement in Underground Freight Transportation System

Technical Training, at Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd., India Dec 2015-Jan 2016

Provided work instruction for scheduled maintenance to avoid frequent failure of the hydraulic machinery

Performed FMEA to prioritize the causes of failure starting with highest priority to prevent the causes of failures


Value Stream Mapping (VSM), Lean Project, Buffalo, NY Feb 2018-May2018

Examined and Analyzed the current state VSM of partner organization using Visio, and carried out calculation of lead time, processing time, inventory level and workers required at each workstation

Generated MRP-based departmental requirements based upon customer order, WIP inventory levels, F/G inventory levels, while anticipating scrap and downtime

Data Analysis, Exploration and Visualization of NYS Traffic Crash Data Aug 2017-Dec 2017

Identified, Analyzed and Interpreted the factors that influence the traffic crash due to accidents in New York State and subsequently making a model that that will predict the future crash possibilities using Python language

80 million data was filtered using Excel and Organized & made understandable using R programming language

Discovered the root factors that resulted into traffic crash and suggested ways to minimize traffic crash


Improved Optimality of Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), IEOM 2018 May 2018

Increasing the usefulness of VMI and optimizing VMI to achieve desired profits for the suppliers

Focused on improving VMI and provided solutions to current problems related to VMI benefiting to customers

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