RANDY VAN TUYL
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Marine trained engineer with more than 30 year’s maintenance experience in manufacturing facilities. Strong team building and negotiation skills.
• Equipment maintenance
• Construction Engineer
• Strong electrical experience
• Metal fabrication & welding
• Creative problem-solving skills
• Effective negotiation
• Strong interpersonal skills
• PLC training
MAY 2015- PRESENT
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR/SAFETY SUPERVISOR, C&F FOODS (DALLAS, TX) Family owned packager of organic & non-organic grain commodities with 7 locations across the U.S.
• Maintenance of entire facility to include all equipment, building and grounds. o Location achieved a 98.8% IFS rating in 2018, 2019 and 98.7% IFS rating in 2017. o Continuously negotiate savings on equipment and building. o Integral in process engineering streamlining production of equipment. o Plan and implement all electrical improvements to equipment and building projects.
o The first year of service with this company I was able to save the company over 100K. By installing to new line without having to use contractors, this included plumbing, electrical, and rigging.
o I utilized venders to cut cost on parts for hard to get equipment sometimes even re-designing equipment to last longer.
o In the past 4.5 years with C@F I only had 2 machine stoppages that lasted more than a day.
o Negotiated new forklift contract that saved the company over 1 million a year in propane
o Designed a waste system that would grind solid bean waste into waste fine enough to be disposed of through the city waste system. o Was the safety director for are plant and built safety teams fire committee, implemented the confined space to include 3 locations in are facility JUNE 2014-MAY 2015
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR, ACCREDO PACKAGING (SUGARLAND, TX) 2
• Lead a team of 6 maintenance personnel, including 1 electrician, 4 mechanics and 1 welder/fabricator.
o Helped set up and operate “Work Day Program” and documented PM’s and daily work orders.
o Trained maintenance staff to operate a new CNC mill.
• Maintained 5 W&H extruders and 5 W&H 10-color presses and 4 Deacro Slitters. SEPT 2013-MAY 2014 (COMPANY NO LONGER EXISTS)
MAINTENANCE MANAGER, CONSTAR INC. (DALLAS, TX)
• Lead a team of 5 maintenance personnel, including 3 mechanical technicians. o Trained personnel on purchasing and negotiating techniques to reduce costs. o Introduced new vendors that reduced operating costs by 35% in the 1st six months.
• Maintained 2 Sidel series 1-bottle machines.
SEPT 2012-SEPT 2013
MAINTENANCE MANAGER, CALIFORNIA EXPANDED METALS CO. (FT WORTH, TX)
• Upgraded 13 40-year-old cold metal forming machines to include light curtains and safety gates.
• Introduced and implemented a program called “Bigfoot” to schedule regular preventive maintenance and track repair trends.
• Lead a team of 8 maintenance personnel, including a mechanical technician, Millwrights, an electrician and a tool/die machinist.
• Built a state-of-the-art two-story lunch facility.
• Coordinated equipment training and safety programs for all maintenance personnel.
• Fabricated and helped design equipment upgrades for all older lines. DEC 2003-JULY 2007 / JULY 2008-SEPT 2012
MAINTENANCE MANAGER/SAFETY DIRECTOR, OVERWRAPS PACKAGING (DALLAS)
• Created a maintenance program and department that displayed professionalism and showroom quality by utilizing my assessment skills and expertise to minimize downtime and improve quality. Reduced hourly manpower as well.
• Negotiated with vendors and contractors to obtain optimal pricing of products and parts.
• Communicated with city inspectors, fire departments, and other licensing departments to meet EPA building and fire code standards.
• Oversaw the troubleshooting of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, & hydraulic problems.
• Improved electrical and mechanical abilities to include PLC controllers and motor drives.
• Managed the scheduling and training of operators, machinists, and maintenance employees.
JULY 2007-APR 2008
MAINTENANCE MANAGER, A.E.P. INC. (WAXAHACHIE, TX)
• Supervised sixteen maintenance personnel. Improved the overall morale, efficiency, and workmanship of the department.
• In charge of implementing several projects, prioritizing with completion deadlines while performing regular managerial duties.
o Projects included: a $1.5M line installation project, two new silos, new film treater, an equipment overhaul, new blown film extrusion line, and a grounds drainage project.
• Trained and implemented ISO and AIB procedures.
• Managed a vast array of budgets to keep costs down through improved vendor relations, negotiating discounts and having vendors stock needed items on consignment to reduce inventory.
• Reduced hourly manpower 15% by building PM teams to reduce down time.
• Worked with other plant managers to improve safety. MAY 2001-DEC 2003
MAINTENANCE MANAGER, TX DIRECT/NORTH AMERICAN COMMUNICATIONS
(FORT WORTH, TX)
• Maintenance of entire facility to include all equipment, building and grounds. o Roof-top HVAC units, maintaining presses with UV drying systems. o Metal Fabrication to include welding and designing projects. o Electrical work up to and including installing printing presses. o Harris M110 Perfector, Didde VIP and Stevens Press. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
PLATOON SERGEANT, USMC/USMCR
• Combat Engineer – Construction and demolition of building and bridges
• Motor Transport Operator – Humvees / 2 ton Trucks / 5-ton Trucks
• Heavy Equipment Operator – G130 Dozer / Road Scraper / Road Grader / Overhead Crane
• Heavy Equipment Mechanic – For all equipment above