Charles M. Intrieri

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Charles M. Intrieri

Principal Consultant

Charles M. Intrieri Consulting

  • Manufacturing and Operations Management with over 20 years of manufacturing experience in General Management, Sales Management, P and L, Six Sigma Quality, spend reduction, supply chain, logistics, transportation, international procurement, importing, Lean initiatives, LEAN CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION, Training at gemba, 5S, Kanban, Kaizen and Lean Six Sigma and business transformation.
  • Built and lead Value Engineering/Cost Reduction projects, logistics and supply chain organizations at The Schwinn Bicycle Company in Chicago, IL, ERP Project Leader, Value Engineering Administrator, and Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering at the General Binding Corporation I Northbrook, IL at General Binding Corporation and created and led the Supply Chain organization with 60 people and four (4) direct reports at Gardenway/Troy-Bilt Rototillers in Troy, NY.
  • Accountable/Responsible for ensuring on time deliveries of materials to keep these assembly lines from shutting down, year after year continuous improvement, and implementing Cost Reduction via Value Analysis/Value Engineering.
Areas of expertise:
  • Value Engineer (VA Inc, Newport Beach, CA), Global supply chain and logistics, transportation optimization, procurement selection/management/partnerships: international and domestic, importing, cost savings implementation, inventory records accuracy, data integrity, Third Party Logistics (3PL) and (4PL) selection process, operations strategy, ERP, WMS and TMS systems. 
  • Value Analysis/Value Engineering Administrator for ensured cost reduction to reduce the cost of goods sold (cogs) and increase profitability, importing, customs, customs brokerage and trade compliance.
  • Warehousing: Bottling Operations, Value Stream Mapping (VSM), Location Control, WMS, OSHA requirements, Safety Management, Inventory Records Accuracy via Cycle Counting and Root Cause Analysis, Slotting and Re-slotting, Lean initiatives: 5S, Kanban, Kaizen and Lean Six Sigma organizational structure, metrics, Material Review Board (MRB) to suggest elimination of non, slow moving and obsolete inventory to management