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    • ALEX BHUIYA Home: (905) 901-9526 abhuiya@sympatico.ca Cell: (647) 408-7072 PROFILE Knowledge acquired through working in diverse positions over a time span of more than 15 years in different parts of the world (North America, Australia, and Asia) will directly benefit the client in engineering, project & proposal development, developing business strategies, procurement, writing & evaluating technical and business proposals, coordinating RFP, RFQ, and performing competitive analysis of quote or bid activities. International work experience with solid technical and business educational credentials has provided me with the following core proficiencies: Business Development & Management Project Engineering & Management   Project Costing & Estimation Product Design & Evaluation   Coordination of RFP, RFQ, & quote/bid activities Mechanical Engineering   Standards & Quality Assurance Diploma in Technical Writing   EDUCATION MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 1999 University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT, Australia BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 1988 University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama, USA EXPERIENCE & EMPLOYMENT HISTORY CANTRADE CAPITAL, INC., OAKVILLE, CANADA 2003 to Present Canadian trader, supporting commerce expansion among South Asian, North American, & European countries. Project Manager / Business Development Manager – Drive new business development by identifying and strategically targeting business projects in developing countries, across the key industries of railways, power generation, telecommunications, oil and gas, aviation, defense, and infrastructure. Leverage professional business relationships in order to identify new projects. Prepare proposals and negotiate pricing, develop comprehensive project proposals, and principally liaise between companies and customers. Negotiated representative agreements with, NREC (Locomotive) – USA, SIATEG, S.A (Shipbuilding) – Spain, TOMAC (Heavy Lifting Cranes) – Germany, WABTEC (Locomotive) – USA, ETA (Power EPC company) – Dubai, Wood Group (Pressure Control) – Alberta, Canada, Custom Helicopters Ltd. – Manitoba, Canada, AOLC (Railway Cranes) – USA, Goulet Telecom – Quebec, Canada, Tecmotiv – Ontario, Canada. Coordinate work among principals, clients or customers, contractors, consultants and internal personnel to ensure  completion of project milestones on new projects and take ownership of entire product lifecycle Demonstrate the ability to innovate and develop profitable, feasible projects from initial ideas & concepts  Maintain high level of technical knowledge by staying abreast of current technology, market trends and attending  industry events and shows. Actively participate in multiple professional organizations for technical exchange, market knowledge and networking opportunities Maintain documentation of all projects and collect market information for all technical areas in which principals and  customers are actively involved. Create and maintain new product data sheets, corporate communications and user manuals as needed. Write, publish & present technical papers and reports Support all business development efforts through identification of potential principals, clients and business partners.  Identify business strategies and create business proposals Manage all activities, including bid documents, PO's and/or subcontracts for all materials, equipment, and installation  services Supervise, coordinate, and solve problems through all project phases of Engineering, Procurement , Shipping,  installation, and commissioning Negotiate changes in schedule and contract amount/scope of work with supplier  Review, approve and code all invoices and project costs 
    • ALEX BHUIYA (905) 901-9526 abhuiya@sympatico.ca (647) 408-7072 EXPERIENCE & EMPLOYMENT HISTORY…..CONT PRESSTRAN INDUSTRIES (MAGNA CO.), LONDON, CANADA 2001 to 2002 Tier one auto parts manufacturer within Canada’s Magna conglomerate. Project Coordinator – Directed a project to recover $5 million in monies owed from Ford, General Motors, major North American automobile manufacturers and automotive parts suppliers. Comprehensively reviewed accounts receivable, and aggressively negotiated repayment terms to successfully recover 99.50% of the monies. Integrally contributed to other projects involving change management, program management, and the quotation and estimating processes. Recognized and identified changes in processes, products, or commercial relationships to create piece price and  tooling/capital proposals that deal with these changes. Involved with customer in costing process and pricing negotiations to affirm methods and amounts Using optimum manufacturing/design techniques, worked closely with Project Coordinators (Engineering) to analyze  profitability (of existing and/or new business) Worked with Engineers and other related team members towards the continued development and improvement of  engineering change procedures and systems for tracking part and tooling information Identify and record changes to the Project scope of supply and negotiate change orders for customer driven changes  Managed & maintained the tracking mechanisms of the engineering change notices (ECN)  Coordinated team activities to support the development, maintenance and manage of BOM for new and existing  products. Communication with all areas of the business at all levels for ECN, BOM and ordering related issues  POLYWHEELS MANUFACTURING, LTD., OAKVILLE, CANADA 2001 World-class manufacturer of compression-molded parts for thermoset and thermoplastic reinforced composite products. Contract Engineer – Performed a financial reconciliation project to effectively track expenditures associated with prototype development for the Big Three automakers. Closely collaborated with engineering and finance specialists to assign costs to components and prepared and maintained comprehensive calculations and reports, in readiness for a random external audit. Worked closely with engineering and finance departments to establish an accountable reconciliation process. This  process was about the cost involved in making the tools and fixtures used for FORD (U152 Explorer, U222, Windstar, and Econoline program), GM (GM 830, 800, 3500 and 3600 program) and for other automotive industries from Europe, and North America. Researched, checked, calculated and compiled tool and fixture information (e.g. Quote, Costing, Invoice, engineering  drawings, and payments-account payable and receivables). Made comprehensive reports for the engineering & finance departments to streamline & improve the process of tooling  and fixtures. Set up and maintained project records in the project binder, including project closeout documents  A.C.T.I.O.N. (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY INTERNAL OMNIBUS NETWORK), CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA 1997 to 2000 Trendsetting mass transit system covering Australia’s capital city. Project Engineer – Performed in-depth analysis of the fleet management systems during the launch of additional buses to the mass transit system. Incorporated CNG technology to utilize natural gas as fuel and developed a tracking system for fuel consumption of entire bus fleet. Provided comprehensive training on new refueling technology to ensure proper recording of fuel for budgetary and expense management purposes. Trained the administrative staff on proper interpretation and utilization of that data. Conducted quality verifications on all documents and reporting, and identified issues of non-compliance in the Quality Plan Checkpoint (QPC).  Performed ongoing development, maintenance, continuous analysis & reporting of projects and Life Cycle Costing (LCC) model database of the project; carried out a range of engineering designs, calculations, including the preparation, research, implementation and review of development projects, and cost estimation for assigned projects  Managed capital projects ranging from $100,000 to $500,000 dollars (public transport modernization)  Ensure required engineering work (including design drafts) is completed on time, within budget and in accordance with relevant codes, standards, contractual specifications and company procedures  Load and stress calculation and internal design modification of buses RESUME OF ALEX BHUIYA 2
    • ALEX BHUIYA (905) 901-9526 abhuiya@sympatico.ca (647) 408-7072 EXPERIENCE & EMPLOYMENT HISTORY…..CONT Monitor project performance against an agreed plan and budget, initiating corrective action where appropriate to ensure  that the Project is completed on time and within budget Worked directly with suppliers to define specifications & requests for proposals and coordinate all procurement related  reporting Experienced in dealing with studies of tender (bid) packages, evaluate bid packages, drawings, specifications, contracts,  and tendering procedures. Responsible for purchasing equipment and others related items for project completion Involved in dismantling 90,000 liter external fuel storage tank of ACTION  Prepared project close-out reports summarizing project performance and analysis of performance  Coordinated and managed interdepartmental project team to meet project goals  FMC SOUTHEAST ASIA PTE. LTD., SINGAPORE 1994 to 1996 Global leader providing solutions for customers in petroleum exploration, production, measurement, and transportation. QA/Product Engineer – Developed a quality assurance plan and performed factory acceptance (FAT) and quality testing. Conducted quality checks of all documents and reports, verifying accuracy of data, information, calculations and non-compliance issues identified in the Quality Plan Checkpoints (QPC). Prepared comprehensive quality documentation for customer and future references. Provided support to the sales/proposals teams in preparation of content of bids and prepare man hour estimates for  completion of work (QA related). Coordinated team activities to support the development and maintenance of BOM data  Managed team activities to meet requirements of plans and other project related activities  Identified areas for improvement in specifications control related work and develop initiatives to enhance working  practices both in spec control and other areas of the business Communicated with all areas of the business at all relevant levels for BOM and ordering related issues  Reviewed customer’s contract documents and specifications and developed QA plans according to API, QS/ISO  9000/9001, and ASME standards to recognize and fulfill customer’s specifications and policies, inclusive of conceptual design, planning, schedule, and estimates Monitored the progress of orders and coordinated quality verifications with the customer. Resolved any quality related  issues with customers and performed Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT), and negotiating special tests as per circumstances and specifications Conducted quality check and tracked of all documents and reports, verifying accuracy of data, information, and  calculations and non-compliance issues identified in the Quality Plan Checkpoints (QPC) Verified that Project Team complied with applicable standards, procedures, policies, and tools described in the project's  Quality Plan. Verified that all quality tasks identified in the project's Quality Plan were properly performed Worked diligently with customers (Internal & External) to supply quality product right at the first time  Trained, completed and successfully passed the assessment tests on Magnetic Particle and Liquid Penetrate non-  destructive inspections methods NATIONAL OILWELL PTE. LTD., SINGAPORE 1991 to 1993 Leading provider of engineering, construction, and technology products and services. Associate Product Engineer – Performed conceptual layout diagrams, development of new products, and review of engineering drawings using ACAD. Prepared/maintained simple written plans, calculations, designs, specifications, and reports and material lists. Excellent knowledge in product design and product history in both valves and wellhead lines  Maintained Engineering Change Notices (ECN) and Engineering Change Reviews (ECR) in accordance with API &  ASME Code and engineering standards Contributed to the development of Technical Operations systems and interface with other National Oil Well (NOW)  technical groups Optimized materials selection, researched product design and provided effective Bill of Materials (BOM) to render the  quotation process more accurate RESUME OF ALEX BHUIYA 3
    • ALEX BHUIYA (905) 901-9526 abhuiya@sympatico.ca (647) 408-7072 EXPERIENCE & EMPLOYMENT HISTORY…..CONT Designed, developed, and tested prototypes and final products  Allocate design/drafting work to draftspersons and provide them with support and guidance. Check/arrange checking of  work produced Represented NOW by participating in various industrial and professional organizations, kept in abreast of and  contributed to the development of industry specifications and standards Designed “Lockdown Screw” with temporary packing, for application in the oil and gas field, still in use with one of the  largest oil and gas producing companies in the world MICROSUN (SINGAPORE) PTE. LTD., SINGAPORE 1990 to 1991 Engineering sub-contractor for Texas Instrument Mechanical Engineer – Performed product design, prototype development and evaluation, and engineering change review for products based on customer specifications. Optimized materials selection, and provided bills of materials for accurate quotes. Prepared plans, calculations, designs, specifications, and reports. Monitored progress of orders. Coordinated to witness the quality verifications with the customer, and resolved any quality issues. CHALLENGER INTERNATIONAL SERVICES LTD. ALBERTA CANADA (STATIONED IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH) 1989 – 1990 Material Handler – Responsible for obtaining competitive quotes, local procurement, and coordinating movements of materials and supplies to the project sites in short notice MINIPILO (LIGHT EMITTING DIODE MANUFACTURING COMPANY), SAITAMA, JAPAN. 1988 – 1989 QC Engineer (Training) –Trained as a Quality Control Engineer PROFESSIONAL TRAINING Diploma in Technical Writing - Fanshawe College, London, Ontario, Canada  WERS (Worldwide Engineering Release Systems) Course - Ford Motor Company, USA  Certificate of Completion in basic GD&T (Geometric Dimension & Tolerance), APQP (Advanced Product Quality  Planning) and PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) - Magna, Canada Certificate of Competence in Internal Quality System Surveyor/Auditor - FMC, Singapore  Certificate in Service Quality Leadership Program - Service Quality Center, Singapore  Certificate of Distinction in Problem Solving Tools - John Man Training, Singapore  Quality Engineering Training - Minipilo, Saitama, Japan  PROFICIENCIES Experienced in analyzing, developing and verifying technical standards as per specifications  Effective team player with strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills  Prepared and maintained the departmental policies, procedures, and manuals  Demonstrated initiative by improving staff facilities resulting in increased productivity  Encourage coworkers in the work place towards corporate goals and motivate teams involved in direct client services  Develop a good relationship with internal & external customers, & promote continuous improvement to meet their  expectations. COMPUTER SKILLS MS WINDOWS, THE MS OFFICE SUITE (WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT), MS PROJECT, AUTOCAD AFFILIATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Graduate Member, the Institute of Engineers, Australia RESUME OF ALEX BHUIYA 4
    • ALEX BHUIYA (905) 901-9526 abhuiya@sympatico.ca (647) 408-7072 Member, the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia (APESMA) RESUME OF ALEX BHUIYA 5
    • ALEX BHUIYA (905) 901-9526 abhuiya@sympatico.ca (647) 408-7072 ACHIEVEMENTS CANTRADE CAPITAL, INC., OAKVILLE, CANADA 2003 to Present Canadian trader, supporting commerce expansion among South Asian, North American, & European countries. Project Manager / Business Development Manager Work with different principals around the world to sell their products and services especially in Bangladesh through competitive bidding process. In doing so help those companies to identify prospective projects, create professional business relationships with the customers, help principals in preparing most comprehensive and economical proposals, negotiate a win-win pricing for both – principal and customer, and help the principal to execute the project after winning the bid. NREC (Locomotive) – USA: Working with NREC to sell 11 locomotives, total value of U$ 26 million funded by Japan  Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), which will be up for tender sometimes in early part of 2009 SIATEG, S.A (Shipbuilding) – Spain: Negotiating with Bangladesh Navy and Khulna Shipyard in Bangladesh to built  naval defensive ships and boats (for coastal defense) by transferring technologies from Spain. ETA (Power EPC company) – UAE: Negotiating with Power Development Board, Bangladesh (PDB) , to build 360  MW Combined Cycle Power Plant in Haripur, Bangladesh, which is also be funded by JBIC. Project cost is U$500 million Tecmotiv – Ontario, Canada: Talk is in progress with Bangladesh Army to upgrade its Main Battle Tank (MBT)  T-55/59. It includes the Propulsion System and Firing Control Mechanisms. At the same time we are working with Tecmotiv to sell some howitzer (155 mm), APCs (Armored Personnel Carrier) and Canadian AVGPs (Armored Vehicle General Purpose) Norland – Quebec, Canada: This Company is supplying railway spare parts to Bangladesh Railway. We have  concluded U$2 million business deal since 2004, and at present another U$1 million is in the pipeline for this financial year (2008-2009) In December 2008, we have successfully secured agency authorization from Raytheon Canada to represent them in  Bangladesh. At present we are working with them on two Maritime Patrol Aircraft (each U$15 million) and the High- Frequency Surface Wave Radar systems (U$ 8 million each) for Bangladesh Navy for coastal defense PRESSTRAN INDUSTRIES (MAGNA CO.), LONDON, CANADA 2001 to 2002 Tier one auto parts manufacturer within Canada’s Magna conglomerate. Project Coordinator – Directed a project to recover $5 million in monies owed from Ford, General Motors, major North American automobile  manufacturers and automotive parts suppliers. Comprehensively reviewed accounts receivable, and aggressively negotiated repayment terms to successfully recover 99.50% of the monies Trained by Ford to establish cost-effective piece price system to produce better quality but cheaper in price to deliver  cost effective cars POLYWHEELS MANUFACTURING, LTD., OAKVILLE, CANADA 2001 World-class manufacturer of compression-molded parts for thermoset and thermoplastic reinforced composite products. Contract Engineer – Performed financial reconciliation projects to track expenditures associated with prototype development for the Big Three automakers. Closely collaborated with engineering and finance specialists to assign costs to components, prepared, and maintained comprehensive calculations and reports, in readiness for a random external audit. Worked closely with engineering and finance departments to establish an accountable reconciliation process for the  cost involved in making the tools and fixtures used for FORD (U152 Explorer, U222, Windstar, and Econoline program), GM (GM 830, 800, 3500 and 3600 program) and for other automotive industries from Europe, and North America. Compiled a comprehensive report for the engineering & finance departments to streamline & improve the process of  tooling and fixtures. Set up and maintained project records in the project binder, including project closeout documents RESUME OF ALEX BHUIYA 6
    • ALEX BHUIYA (905) 901-9526 abhuiya@sympatico.ca (647) 408-7072 A.C.T.I.O.N. (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY INTERNAL OMNIBUS NETWORK), CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA 1997 to 2000 Trendsetting mass transit system covering Australia’s Capital City. Project Engineer – Performed in-depth analysis of the fleet management systems for the launching of additional buses to the mass transit system. Incorporated CNG technology to utilize natural gas as fuel and developed a tracking system for fuel consumption of entire bus fleet. Provided comprehensive training on new refueling technology to ensure proper recording of fuel for budgetary and expense management purposes. Trained the administrative staff on proper interpretation and utilization of that data. Conducted quality verifications on all documents and reporting, and identified issues of non-compliance in the Quality Plan Checkpoint (QPC). Performed ongoing development, maintenance, continuous analysis & reporting of projects and Life Cycle Costing  (LCC) model database of the project; carried out a range of engineering designs, calculations, including the preparation, research, implementation and review of development projects, and cost estimation for assigned projects Managed capital projects ranging from $100,000 to $500,000 dollars (public transport modernization)  Worked directly with fuel suppliers (Shell) to delver 60,000 to 90,000 liter of fuel (three times a week) to two different  bus depot in Canberra, the National Capital of Australia. It was one of my main task for smooth and continuous running of the buses in the city Involved in dismantling 90,000 liter external fuel storage tank in ACTION  FMC SOUTHEAST ASIA PTE. LTD., SINGAPORE 1994 to 1996 Global leader providing solutions for customers in petroleum exploration, production, measurement, and transportation. QA/Product Engineer Developed a quality assurance plan and performed factory acceptance (FAT) and quality testing. Conducted quality checks of all documents and reports, verifying accuracy of data, information, calculations and non-compliance issues identified in the Quality Plan Checkpoints (QPC). Prepared comprehensive quality documentation for customer and future references. It was not an achievement in monetary sense but an achievement, which saved the company from a potential lawsuit.  Customer was Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) of India. There was fire in one of ONGC’s offshore oil producing platform due to a valve manufactured by FMC Singapore. This valve was inspected by my quality team and duly certified by (signed) me. Fire tested was done in our Texas facility. After rigorous investigation, we satisfied our customer that due to a faulty installation (did not follow the proper installation procedure) procedure by its field engineers, the rig caught fire. It was my duty to perform, check and certify all those Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) before shipping it out to the customer. Because I followed the process, procedures and maintained all the records as a Quality Assurance Engineer, I was able to save my company from a potential lawsuit. There are other instances, which helped my company to save money and increased its productivities. I will mention  those if I am shortlisted for a possible interview NATIONAL OILWELL PTE. LTD., SINGAPORE 1991 to 1993 Leading provider of engineering, construction, and technology products and services. Associate Product Engineer Performed conceptual layout diagrams, development of new products, and review of engineering drawings using ACAD. Prepared/maintained simple written plans, calculations, designs, specifications, and reports and material lists. Designed “Lockdown Screw” with temporary packing, for application in the oil and gas field, still in use with one of the  largest oil and gas producing companies in the world PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS Elected as Chairperson, International Affairs, in American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Singapore Chapter in 1993-94 RESUME OF ALEX BHUIYA 7