Karan Middha Resume
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Location: Binghamton, NY, USA
School: State University of New York at Binghamton
Major: Industrial and Systems Engineering

Karan Middha Resume

Karan Middha
105 Chestnut St., Binghamton, New York – 13905 | ------------ | ------------ | ------------
“Recent graduate and Canadian PR applicant eagerly looking to expand industrial experience.”
Binghamton University, State University of New York – Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science
Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering (view transcript) Graduated Spring 2019
SVKM – Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering Mumbai
Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Graduated Spring 2017
TECHNICAL – Probability, Statistics, Warehouse Operations, Shipping and Receiving, Transportation Logistics Management, Inventory Management, Operations Research, Materials Management, CPM Scheduling, 5S, JIT Production, Workflow Analysis, Material Flow, Continuous Improvement, Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT), Kanban, Technical Editing, CNC, Manufacturing, Production, Process Improvement, Workflow Optimization, Kaizen, Project Management, Machine Capacity Analysis, Supply Chain Management
INTERPERSONAL – Time Management, Efficiency, Troubleshooting, Salesmanship, Problem Solving, Resourcefulness, Listening Skills, Negotiation Skills, Diplomacy, Patience, Adaptability, Inquisitiveness, Leadership, Ethics, Teamwork, Customer Service, Presentation Skills, Business Communication, Report/Journal Writing, IELTS – Listening 8.5, Reading 9.0, Writing 8.5, Speaking 9.0, Overall 9.0
TOOLS – AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Arena Simulation, A Mathematical Programming Language (AMPL), DMAIC, Blockchain Hyperledger Technologies, MS Project, MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, Structured Query Language (SQL), Minitab, SAP ERP, XML
• Six Sigma and the Organization (Advanced): University System of Georgia (view certificate)
• Six Sigma Advanced Define and Measure Phases: University System of Georgia (view certificate) • LFS171x: Blockchain for Business - An Introduction to Hyperledger Technologies: The Linux Foundation (view certificate) • LFS170x: Blockchain: Understanding Its Uses and Implications: The Linux Foundation (view certificate)
Implementation of ERP System and Blockchain Technology in a Warehousing System August 2018 – May 2019
• Surveyed material storage, transportation, shipping and receiving concerns in warehouse
• Devised ERP system for implementation in warehouse for improved material storage, transportation, shipping and receiving
• Explored blockchain technology and its implementation in warehouse for better material storage, shipping and receiving
• Suggested blockchain implementation methodology using Blockchain Hyperledger Technologies in warehouse
• Analyzed outcome of combined ERP and blockchain for increased overall productivity of warehouse
Integrated Manufacturing: Implementation of Bus Concept in Eliminating Bottlenecks (view project) January 2018 – May 2018 • Applied Shortest Route Method to achieve lead time and overcome constraints in carbide-insert manufacturing facility
• Devised “Bus Concept” for elimination of bottlenecks in a carbide-insert production facility
• Remodeled entire manufacturing setup to avoid any bottlenecks using Arena Simulation Software
• Reduced man and machine expense by 20% at the production facility
Modelling and Simulation: Reducing Total Wait-Time at BU Dunkin Donuts (view project) January 2018 – May 2018
• Computed stochastic process in predictive model using Arena Simulation Software
• Designed model of outlet system with servers and queues using Arena model system tool
• Determined number of servers for efficient management of customers with Arena Simulation Software
• Established future scope and created a simulated Arena model for the entire day
Operations Research: Solving Linear Programming Problems Using AMPL (view project) January 2018 – May 2018
• Examined mathematical techniques for the modelling and analysis of decision-making problems
• Solved Maximization and Minimization Linear Programming Problem using AMPL software
• Designed a model file in AMPL to solve Linear Programming Problems in operations research
Demand-Response Analysis in Transmission and Distribution of Power in the USA (view project) August 2017 – December 2017
• Surveyed the role of analytics in the power transmission and distribution industry
• Identified upcoming transmission line projects in the United States by analyzing available T&D data
• Computed Decision Support System for identifying upcoming and ongoing projects using Microsoft Excel
Sodexo USA Inc., Binghamton University – Part-Time Student Worker (view company details) 16th March 2018 – 19th May 2019
• Performed and improved event setup and execution process using teamwork, time management and negotiation skills as a catering worker
• Performed and improved customer service using salesmanship, presentation and workflow skills as a dining hall worker
• Experienced in event setup, management, and breakdown of up to 2500 people, and can communicate effectively with customers
Meritt Transmissions, India – Manufacturing and Warehousing Intern (view company details) 1st June 2016 – 31st July 2016
• Manufactured/produced, stored and supplied/distributed chains, sprockets, couplings, buckets, over load devices, gears and conveyor belts
• Managed inventory in MS Excel, catalogued and distributed goods, shipped, received and ensured safety of products – 25% efficiency increase
• Reduced inventory carrying cost, risk of damage to goods, and improved connectivity/communication b/w manufacturer, warehouse and customer
• Solved material handling/transportation concerns in warehouse operations, and improved materials management to provide faster service/delivery
• Systematized storage process and organized records of inbound and outbound goods using material flow analysis and workflow optimization
• Reduced overall manufacturing, labor, storage, material handling and overhead costs by 25%, and reduced goods transportation time
Supreme Treon Pvt. Ltd., India – Production and Maintenance Intern (view company details) 1st June 2015 – 31st July 2015
• Manufactured/produced non-woven/automotive fabric/textile using staple, melt-blown, spun-laid, flash-spun, air-laid and bonding mfg. processes
• Used Kanban scheduling system for Lean and Just-In-Time (JIT) manufacturing, and installed and operated fabric collector/accumulator machine
• Operated opening/blending, carding/web-forming, cross-lapper, pre-/finish-/one-sided/two-sided needling and chemical bonding machines
• Saved inventory in MS Excel, conducted time-study on shop floor, received quotation/orders, shipped/transported/delivered goods to customers
• Performed preventive and breakdown maintenance, and reduced manufacturing, labor, storage, material handling and overhead costs by 15%