Sourcing Manager Fabrications and Machining @ GE Healthcare
Bachelor of Science (BS), Mechanical Engineering @
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Purchasing / Supply Chain manager professional, with experience of working with Fortune 500 companies with global operations and with a proven record of accomplishments in bottom-line profitability and break through productivity increases. Metrics-driven with a strong hand’s on personality. Highly analytical professional and effective team leader, with strong negotiations skills in different regions including Asia, Europe, U.S.
Purchasing / Supply Chain manager professional, with experience of working with Fortune 500 companies with global operations and with a proven record of accomplishments in bottom-line profitability and break through productivity increases. Metrics-driven with a strong hand’s on personality. Highly analytical professional and effective team leader, with strong negotiations skills in different regions including Asia, Europe, U.S. and Latin America. Experienced implementing Lean Manufacturing, Green Belt Certified. Resourceful individual focused finding new ways to improve company revenue and meeting or exceeding metrics and goals. Fluent in English and Spanish.
Global Commodity Director Stampings @ From July 2014 to Present (1 year 6 months) Sourcing and IPO Latinamerica Manager @ •Create the Sourcing Strategy for the Puerto Rico Site, 50 MMUSD direct material (25MM Inter-company, 25MM External) with 141 suppliers and 30 MMUSD for Indirect Material with 283 suppliers.
•Develop and execute projects for 2.8% (700K USD of savings) for FY14 and a funnel of 1.5MM for FY15 in direct materials for the Puerto Rico Site
•Develop and Execute projects for 1.5% (450K USD of Savings) for FY14 and a funnel of 900K for FY15 in indirect materials for the Puerto Rico Site.
•Contract negotiations for Direct material, as well as indirect material to assure delivery of parts and services.
•Increase the Days Payables by +3
•Consolidate the supplier base by 10%
•Implement the sourcing process to the Puerto Rico site. Controlling the purchases, and the approval process for contracts, price increases, etc
•Create and identify the critical supplier implementing a Business Continuity Program for the suppliers.
•Implemented Supplier Score Cards to Critical supplier and action items in case that the supplier performs below expectations.
•Inter phase between the R&D group and sourcing in the Americas for NPI implementation and supplier selection From February 2013 to March 2014 (1 year 2 months) Sourcing Manager Fabrications and Machining @ •Responsible for 70MM USD in purchases for the region.
•Achieved the consolidation of fabrication suppliers for the Americas from 45 to 15 with a 2.5 MM USD savings.
•Closed 2011 with 0 fulfillments complains, no revenue impact for GE Healthcare.
•Lead AWO with suppliers to reduce cost, through Should Cost, leveraging GEHC strength and brand to lower BOM cost and well as identifying waste on the floor, yielding a 12% cost reduction.
•Drive the 8 building blocks (Should Cost, Material Aggregation, Solo Source, Localization, Session S, Standardization, Simplify Landscape, Building Relationships)
•Set up the 5 to 10 year strategy for the Latin America Region, through NPI launches, identifying possible Technology Gaps and suppliers.
•Create strategy and execution plan to increase turns from 4 to 8 in the plants through demand analysis.
•Identify High Risk Vendors, and setting up a “Get Well of Get Out” plans a long with a second source development plans to avoid solo or single source.
•Drive supplier quality to obtain less than 2000 DPPM’s. From July 2010 to February 2013 (2 years 8 months) Latin America Sourcing Director @ Strategic Sourcing Organization, Main Goal Is To Improve the Supply Chain and to Develop New Sourcing Opportunities On LCR As Well As Setting Up Best Practices And Procedures For The Latin American Plants, Leveraging The Buy Between The Different Divisions And USA Plants.
Strategic Sourcing Director for Latin America.
•Created and lead a Supply Chain Management Cross Functional Team leveraging the spend of 16 Plants in Latin America.
•Created a strategy for Cooper Industries on Latin America, to Leverage the 16 Plants of the region with 350 MM USD of buy
•Find, negotiate and over see the approval of new suppliers, achieving 11MM USD in savings.
•Negotiated inventory agreements with key supplier, reducing by 5MM USD the inventory
•Negotiated with supplier the extension of term, with an impact of 15 days increase on average of day payables and 1% of discount for early payment.
•Integrate a strategy for fasteners in Latin America, having a supplier reduction from 110 to 4 with an average impact of 15% of savings that represents 1.5MM USD.
•Serve as a Key Link between Corporate and the LA plants, implementing key initiatives to increase cash flow, supplier quality approvals standards.
•Created the initiative of Indirect material with a total spend of 60MM USD in the Latin America Region, engaging key suppliers for MRO (15% savings), Office Supplies (15% Savings), IT and Employee Benefits.
•Increase ration of domestic supplier against imports from 25% to 40%. From January 2007 to February 2009 (2 years 2 months) Global Commodity Leader @ Global Sourcing Organization. Main Goal Is To Leverage The Buy, New Supplier Introduction, Negotiations And Contracts, Functioning As A Key Link Between The Sites, Logistic And Quality Organization, Avoiding Any Fulfillments Issues, With The Best Quality And Lower Cost.
Global Commodity Leader for Small Machined and Fabricated Parts (SMF) (Dec 2005 until January 2007)
•Drive the strategy and leverage the buy across 11 plants of the 3 divisions of GE Energy, with a total buy of $310MM USD with a $6MM of savings for ’06 and $289MM USD with $5.3MM USD of savings for 07. Managing around 200 main suppliers.
•Negotiated, lead and manage a mayor LTA (long Term Agreement) for SMF and C-Class items with a value of $320MM USD with $19.2MM on Savings for 3 years, servicing all the sites.
•Strategize the buy to lower the supplier base and create more LTA’s with key suppliers to mitigate the price increases of the commodities.
•Key link to create synergies between the recent organization of infrastructure, which includes the businesses of GE Energy, Oil and Gas, Aircraft Engines and Rail.
•Manage a team of 11 COOPS (Part Time Students) that give service to different organizations of GE Energy to help them on issues of back office, like invoice resolutions, etc.
•Challenge the status quo of organizations like GE Nuclear, Hydro and Gas Engines to avoid solo source situations changing to thought process of these organizations.
Raw Material Commodity Leader. (May 2002 until Dec 2005)
Commodity Site Leader for Nouvo Pignone Plant, GE O&G Division (12 Months special assignment in Florence, Italy) (Jan- Dec 2003)
Machining, Capital Equipment, Fixtures and Tools Commodity Leader for Latin America. (June 1999 until May 2002) From June 1999 to January 2007 (7 years 8 months) Sr. Product Engineer (Power Train) @ •Led a team of engineers, specialized in power train systems, reviewing design changes made and assuring the implementation of these in to the production line.
•Utilized 6 Sigma tools, to make improve to the product according to the needs and feed back form the customers.
•Participated in field test as well as laboratory to assure the integrity of the power train on the truck before implementing the changes on the design.
•Start up of the plant, reviewing that the product was built according to the design and identify any discrepancy between the reality and the paper process. From September 1997 to June 1999 (1 year 10 months) Design and Implementation Engineer Sr. @ •Led a team for the design and fabrications of fixture and tools for implementation new products in to production.
•Review current process to reduce cost, resolve quality issues, bottlenecks, etc. Using the restriction theories and Poka Joke systems and SPC.
•Design and Implement new products to the assembly lines.
Pro Engineer Instructor.
•Teach basic and advanced design, sheet metal, Pro Process for assembly, Production Drawing, used in the design of new product. From June 1996 to September 1997 (1 year 4 months)
Barchelors, Mechanical @ Tecnológico de Monterrey From 1989 to 1994 Bachelor of Science (BS), Mechanical Engineering @ Tecnológico de Monterrey From 1989 to 1994 Alberto Martinez is skilled in: Sourcing, Supplier Negotiations, Purchasing, Supply Chain, Logistics, Materials, Global Sourcing, Strategic Sourcing, Supply Management, Supply Chain Management, Supplier Development, Six Sigma, MRP, Materials Management, Lean Manufacturing