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Mark Ingianni Phones & Addresses

  • 4910 Fara Dr, Syracuse, NY 13215 (607) 214-3687 (315) 214-3687
  • 47 Garden St, Seneca Falls, NY 13148 (315) 568-6416
  • 39 Garden St, Seneca Falls, NY 13148
  • 313 Elm St, Groton, NY 13073 (607) 898-9773
  • Cortland, NY

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Resumes

Mark Ingianni Photo 1

General Manager

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Location:
Columbus, OH
Industry:
Automotive
Work:
Wmt Precision
General Manager

Trw Oct 2012 - Jun 2018
Plant Manager

Borgwarner Inc. Mar 2012 - Oct 2012
Production Manager

Borgwarner Inc. Jan 2010 - Mar 2012
Manufacturing Engineering Manager

Clear Edge Filtration Mar 2008 - Mar 2009
Manufacturing Operations Manager
Education:
Syracuse University - Martin J. Whitman School of Management 1996 - 2000
Master of Business Administration, Masters, Business Management, Business, Management
Rochester Institute of Technology 1982 - 1985
Bachelor of Science In Engineering Technology, Bachelors, Electrical Engineering
Alfred State College - Suny College of Technology 1980 - 1982
Associates, Associate of Arts, Engineering, Communications
Mynderse Academy
Syracuse University
Master of Business Administration, Masters
Skills:
Manufacturing
Management
Cost Accounting
Lean Manufacturing
Continuous Improvement
Value Stream Mapping
Root Cause Analysis
Kaizen
Ppap
Automotive
Six Sigma
Ts16949
Apqp
Manufacturing Engineering
5S
Dfmea
Engineering Management
Fmea
Supplier Quality
Qs9000
Spc
Engineering
Quality System
Toyota Production System
Quality Management
Dmaic
Poka Yoke
Manufacturing Operations Management
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Process Improvement
Powertrain
Kanban
Process Engineering
Pfmea
Design of Experiments
Product Engineering
Components
Product Design
Minitab
Iso
Design For Manufacturing
Smed
Automotive Engineering
Gd&T
Green Belt
Jit
Stamping
Machining
Operational Excellence
Machine Tools
Interests:
Children
Su Basketball
Economic Empowerment
Environment
Education
Poverty Alleviation
Science and Technology
Disaster and Humanitarian Relief
Human Rights
Golf
Arts and Culture
Health
Mark Ingianni Photo 2

Plant Manager At Trw

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Position:
Plant Manager at TRW
Location:
Syracuse, New York Area
Industry:
Automotive
Work:
TRW since Oct 2012
Plant Manager

Borg Warner Automotive - Ithaca, New York Area Mar 2012 - Oct 2012
Production Manager

Borg Warner Automotive - Ithaca, New York Area Jan 2010 - Mar 2012
Manufacturing Engineering Manager

Clear Edge Filtration Mar 2008 - Mar 2009
Manufacturing Operations Manager

Magna Aug 2007 - Mar 2008
Components Manufacturing Manager
Education:
Syracuse University - Martin J. Whitman School of Management 1996 - 2000
MBA, Business, Management of Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology 1982 - 1985
BSET, Electrical Engineering
Skills:
Manufacturing
Management
Cost Accounting
Lean Manufacturing
Continuous Improvement
Value Stream Mapping
Root Cause Analysis
Kaizen
PPAP
Automotive
Six Sigma
TS16949
APQP
Manufacturing Engineering
5S
DFMEA
Engineering Management
FMEA
Supplier Quality
QS9000
SPC
Engineering
Quality System
Toyota Production System
Quality Management
DMAIC
Poka Yoke
Manufacturing Operations Management
Cross-functional Team Leadership
Process Improvement
Powertrain
Kanban
Process Engineering
PFMEA
Design of Experiments
Product Engineering
Components
Product Design
Minitab
ISO
Design for Manufacturing
SMED
Automotive Engineering
GD&T
Interests:
Golf, SU Basketball
Honor & Awards:
U.S Patent Borg Warner Trade Secret

Publications

Us Patents

Continuous Manufacture Of Push Type Cvt Belt Bands Utilizing Spiral Winding Welding To Form Tube And Slitting Tube To Form Band Of Predetermined Width

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US Patent:
6497633, Dec 24, 2002
Filed:
Dec 15, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/464656
Inventors:
Roger P. Butterfield - Trumansburg NY
Mark S. Ingianni - Groton NY
Douglas S. Fornell - Ithaca NY
Assignee:
BorgWarner Inc. - Troy MI
International Classification:
F16G 100
US Classification:
474237, 474272, 29 33 D, 72 49
Abstract:
A method for the manufacture of a band for use in a CVT transmission. The band is formed by spiral winding a thin strip into a continuous tube and then welding the thin strip along the spiral winding. The individual bands are cut off of the continuous tube as it is formed. The invention also includes the bands formed by the method.
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