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2 Floor, 44-B, Commercial Area A’, Phase II, Defence Housing Authority, Karachi-75500, PAKISTAN. ++ 92 21 5380161 ++ 92 321 2556285 firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary of CV
Chief Executive Consultant Engineer Consultant Engineer Engineer Engineer Chief Engineer Partner General Manager Trainee Chief Engineer Senior NDT Inspector / Technical Advisor Quality Control Engineer / Deputy Resident Engineer Senior NDT Inspector Senior Technician (Mechanical) Technical Assistant Plant Operator / Trainee Shift Incharge Engineer Apprentice
Fabrique Metal November 1993 to date. Pakitex Boards (Pvt.) Limited. March 2006 to January 2009 Pakitex Boards (Pvt.) Limited. February 2003 to August 2005. Japan Metal Industries, August 98 to November 02 Thermo-plas, March 98 to June 98 Karam Ceramics Limited, December 95 to September 97 Mehmood Sons, January 92 to September 93 Texcom International, September 91 to December 91 Sacmi and C.A.S.T Italy, March 1984 to May 1984 Karam Ceramics Limited, February 81 to May 91 Alliance Inspection Services, December 79 to February 81 Frederic R. Harris (Holland) B.V., Holland with Indus Associated Consultants Limited Karachi, April 79 to November 79 Inspection & Reclamation Services (PAK) Limited, November 76 to March 79 Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, September 73 to June 76 Inspection & Reclamation Services (PAK) Limited, August 70 to August 73 Valika Chemical Industries Ltd., February 70 to July 70 Ali Automobiles Limited, Karachi. Dealers of Ford Motor Company, in Pakistan January 1964 to July 1964
Science Graduate University of Karachi, with Physics, Chemistry & mathematics. 1969 Studentship from Institute of Engineers Pakistan in 1965. Submitted research paper on Automatic TIG welding of zircoloy atomic fuel pins to Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology. Was selected by Westinghouse, Port Hope Canada for training in nuclear fuel fabrication.
Computer & IT:
AutoCAD 14 and 2004 Mechanical Desktop 2. and 2004 Protel Schematic PCB Designer, Electronic Work Bench Windows XP prfessional Microsoft Office, DOS 6.22, Norton etc Proma3 IC Tester and Programmer, etc.
Macromedia Flash 5, Adobe Acrobat 7 & 9, Adobe Photoshop 7, Adobe Image Ready 2, Web designing on Microsoft FrontPage, Preparing and conducting presentations. Orientation on Borland C ++ Macromedia Freehand 10
Six months: 1964 Engineer Apprentice Ali Automobiles Limited, Karachi. dealers of Ford Motor Company, in Pakistan Three months1984 SACMI, Co-operative Ceramica Imola ITALY & C.A.S.T. Faenza, ITALY Cloroficio Ceramico Faenza, Italy etc., India, Italy (twice), France (twice), Turkey, Switzerland, Singapore, Germany, England, for official and personal reasons.
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Detailed CV Present assignment.
November 1993 to date Fabrique Metal, 44-B, 2nd Floor, Commercial Area A, Phase 2, Defence Housing Authority, Karachi. Phone: 92 21 5380161 Email: email@example.com URL: http://www.geocities.com/fabrique_metal/ A contracting firm which provides designing and fabrication: of different machines and components to different industries. Designed, manufactured and provided backup during warrantee period for semiautomatic hydraulic press for sleeve fixing (of car a/c flexible hose) to Thal Engineering. Designed and supplied automatic hydraulic batch mixer to Grind Wheels (Pak) Limited. Thal Engineering is a car air-conditioner manufacturer in collaboration with Nippon Denso of Japan. The machine carries out part of process in the manufacture of car a/c flexible hose, and is in operation for the last several years. Designed fabricate and supplied Dumb waiter (fancy cargo lift from kitchen to living room) to private bungalow. I designed multi-spindle drilling machine to Alteck precision engineering (for ultimate consumption of Alsons limited). You can see the photographic display of some of the items by visiting the website given above.
Consultant Engineer June 2006 to January 2009 Pakitex Boards (Pvt.) limited,
Plot No. 25-26, Sector 29, Korangi Industrial Area, Karachi Phone: 92 21 5015996 Fax: 92 21 5010164 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://www.patexboard.com A manufacturer of chip board and laminated board: Second span of my service to them was to look after modification of their plant. The plant has wood-log handling equipment and saw machines, chippers and flakers of different types, light and heavy duty belt, screw, chain and pneumatic conveying equipment and elevators, chip stocking and homogenizing bunkers, chip dryer, pneumatic conveying centrifugal blowers, with impeller more then 2 meters in diameter, different equipment like hammer mills sieve shakers storage silos and bunkers, glue blending systems, forming machine, prepress, loader, hot press, un-loader, edge-cutter, board coolers etc. Pakitex is in the process of revamping and modernizing the plant and has employed me for that. Pakitex is a complex comprising of two chipboard production lines, two lamination lines, glue manufacturing plant, and urea moulding compound manufacturing plant, with its own power generation. All the correspondence and coordination on technical matters with the foreign consultants, suppliers is my responsibility. I have an edge for finding out solutions to the problems on the internet and very strong in communication and technical correspondence. Forming machine is the heart of all the process, this machine was completely designed by me and fabricated under my guidance in Pakitex that doubled the production and improved the quality by 60 %. The hydraulic medium for the main production line here is water and 5% cutting oil. A completely new system for storage, filtration and to add cutting oil was designed and installed by me. Several screw conveyors were designed and installed during this tenure. Complete revamping of the furnace was carried out, bellow expansion joints were designed by me to eliminate air leakage and installed; these joints are more than 1500 mm in diameter. Dust collection system was revamped to eliminate dust in the plant and one dust collector was designed by me and is working. Board cooler chain was modified to reduce downtime. Study for the installation of new dryer at Pakitex-1 was conducted by me for the assistance of a foreign equipment supplier. Because of a major accident column of the press broke, repair work of the press main frame was devised and supervised by me without any foreign assistance.
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Consultant Engineer February 2003 to August 2005 Pakitex Boards (Pvt.) limited,
Plot No. 25-26, Sector 29, Korangi Industrial Area, Karachi Phone: 92 21 5015996 Fax: 92 21 5010164 Email: email@example.com URL: http://www.patexboard.com A manufacturer of chip board: During the fist tenure of service with them, following changes are brought about in the equipment: 1. Design, fabrication in-house and installation of bypass conveyor to off-load the chips on the floor of the storage hall in the event the storage bunker is full. 2. Modification of all the cylinders in different equipment to incorporate Polyurethane hydraulic seals in place of rubber-canvas or leather seals and chevronpackings. 3. Modification of forming station; was carried out by raising it by 1200 mm and installing vibrating sieves; the board now is multiple-layer with fine material on the surfaces and coarser within. 4. Replacement of old mechanically/pneumatic operated spindle type pilot valves with Tiefenbach GmbH (Water Hydraulic) solenoid valves. 5. Design and installation of filter and suction header for the battery of water hydraulic plunger pumps. 6. Modification of board unloader by designing unloader racks with rollers. Designing in-house fabrication, installation and commissioning of 250 bar delivery header system with in-house designed non-return and pressure relief valves of 30 mm port size. I designed different jigs for making new shaft for the chip dryer. I designed several cylinders working with oil or water as hydraulic medium.
Engineer August 1998 November 2002 Japan Metal Industries,
D33, SITE, Karachi Phone: 92 21 2572634 Fax: 92 21 2730820 Japanfirstname.lastname@example.org A manufacturer of Aluminium extruded sections: Repair maintenance and production of Aluminium melting furnace semi-continuous billet caster, Different types of pumps for oil, water and chemicals including rubber lined and Teflon pumps for chemicals, extrusion presses one of 660 tons and other 1660 tons capacity with piston diameter of 900 mm. There I looked after conveying systems stretching machines, homogenizing furnaces, hardening furnace. Die making facility comprising of lathe milling copy milling surface grinding EDM machine EDM wire cut machine, heat treatment furnaces, anodising systems with 13000 and 16000 amp capacity, 937 kVA diesel slow-speed gen-set. Send twice overseas to Singapore Expo-2000 to purchase CNC EDM wire cut machine and to Germany Essen Aluminium 2000 Expo to purchase photo-spectrometer. Installation commissioning of ARD, EDM wire cut machine and brushing machine for the aluminium architectural profiles. Designed and installed shower type cooling systems for the generator and hydraulic oil of the extrusion presses. Designed and installed condensate free bulk compressed air production system without using large screw compressors. Designed and installed hydraulic system for controlling extrusion speed of the extrusion press. Designed and manufactured locally, container-housing and liners for the extrusion press. Designed and installed pneumatically controlled automatic steam heating systems for caustic and anodised sealing baths. Designed and modified ammonia gas nitriding system for the extrusion moulds.
Engineer March 1998 June 1998 Thermo-plas,
E-12/A, S.I.T.E. Karachi Phone: (92-21) 2574768-2574766 Fax : (92-21) 2565375 email@example.com http://www.thermoplas.com A company manufacturing plastic goods: Repair & maintenance and re-commissioning of Plastic injection moulding machines, blow moulding machines, Screen printing machines for flat and round surfaces, compressors, polyurethane injection plant, diesel generating set etc.
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Chief Engineer December 1995 September 1997 Karam Ceramics Limited,
BC-6, Block-5, Kehkashan Clifton, Karachi Phone: 92 21 5865564, 5865561 FAX: 92 21 5871082 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.karamceramics.com/ Ceramic tiles, sanitary ware, acrylic bath tub, and seat cover manufacturer: Second span of service; recalled to re-establish the systems after a gap of 4 years. Looking after press production & maintenance department having automatic powder storage/conveying system, automatic hydraulic presses for ceramic Floor and wall tiles 800 & 1200 tons capacity and semi-automatic and PLC/microprocessor based automatic tiles collecting system, loading robot & vertical rapid dryers having advanced and sophisticated Hydraulic and pneumatic system. I modified Fettling and dust removing system, and rectified the installation mistakes in the vertical rapid drier. Ceramic dies and moulds department: A facility for the regeneration and manufacturing of rubberised moulds for ceramic tiles with universal milling machines, horizontal surface grinders, three dimensional pentograph, high precision tool and cutter grinder and heat treatment furnaces etc.
Partner January 1992 September 1993 Mehmood Sons, Karachi
Contracting firm for supply of the parts and general supplies: for different industries mostly cement manufacturers. Manufactured and Supplied among other items statically balanced impeller for their EP FAN with diameter 1900 mm and air circulation type heat exchanger for the HT Motor to Attock Cement.
September 1991 December 1991 Texcom International, Karachi Firm dealing in export: of grey/printed cotton fabric & denim etc. to different garment manufacturers in Middle East.
February 1981 May 1991 Karam Ceramics Limited, BC-6, Block-5, Kehkashan Clifton, Karachi Phone: 92 21 5865564, 5865561 FAX: 92 21 5871082 Email: email@example.com http://www.karam.net.pk Ceramic tiles and sanitary ware manufacturer: First span of service to them; looked after Press Production Department having automatic powder conveying system, automatic friction & hydraulic presses for ceramic tiles 500 & 800 tons capacity and semi-automatic and PLC/microprocessor based automatic tiles collecting system and robots. Ceramic dies and moulds department; a facility for the regeneration and manufacturing of moulds for ceramic tiles with universal milling machines, horizontal surface grinders, three dimensional pantograph, high precision tool and cutter grinder and heat treatment furnaces etc. Designed and set-up completely the plant for rubber lining of the mould punches of ceramic dies. In this connection travelled to Italy to study and watch factories with such facilities. The job included the adapting of the 300-ton thermoforming press for rubber lining, design and fabrication of sand blasting system, design and fabrication of oven for preheating of punches, complete design of the mould for the application of the lining. Designed and fabricated iron separation system for cleaning the ground feldspar of the iron dust. I Took care of maintenance department which looked after clay and stone crushing and conveying equipment. Stand by electric generating set 850 kVA., Air compressors screw and reciprocating type with an accumulated capacity of around 1000 cfm, powder spray drier capacity about 25 tons/day, conveying system employing belt conveyors, bucket elevators, screw conveyors compressed air diaphragm pumps, high pressure ceramic pumps in addition to the conventional centrifugal / submersible pumps etc., with relevant network of piping. pay loaders and fork lifter, dust collecting systems, storage tanks with agitators, milling equipment and slip preparation facility, tunnel drier and kilns with transportation trolleys track transfer cars, rail tracks and heat recovery system, automatic glaze application lines with loading and un-loading (into refractory cassettes) facility with screen printing machines, sorting and inspection lines with cassette unloading and boxing attachments.
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Fabrication Department to fabricate steel structures and components etc., to enhance the present capacity and to provide structures and supervision of new plants/ facilities as added from time to time.
Senior NDT Inspector/Technical Advisor December 1979 February 1981 Alliance Inspection Services, Karachi
A NDT inspection contractor: Assigned to organising their Non-Destructive Testing department and executing Inspection contracts. Deputed for the finalization of the oil offloading and loading project of Karachi Port Trust in their construction of pier OP-IV at Kemari. Supervised and provided coordination during the first birthing of oil-tanker King Agha Memnon, capacity 125000 DWT at Karachi Port.
Quality Control Engineer/Deputy Resident Engineer April 1979 November 1979 Frederic R. Harris (Holland) B.V.,
Hague, HOLLAND In technical collaboration with
Indus Associated Consultants Limited,
404, Al-Farid Centre, 5th Floor, M.T Khan Road, Karachi Phone: (92-21) 5686861-5684571 Fax : (92-21) 5686785 Consulting Firm for KPT Ports and shipping installations: During the final phase of the construction of Oil Pier OP-IV during handling over to Karachi Port Trust of the Oil Loading and off-loading system financed by the World Bank. I assisted in the preparation of the general specification of the proposed hydrocracker plant.
Senior NDT Inspector
November 1976 March 1979 Inspection & Reclamation Services (PAK) Limited, Karachi NDT Inspection consultants: Deputed by them on contractual basis to work for Frederic R. Harris (Holland) B.V., in Technical association of Indus Associated Consultants Ltd Karachi on KPT’s OP-IV Project for nondestructive Testing by industrial radiography, Fabrication and installation of steel structures. Construction of high pressure oil transmission pipe lines and their supervision during all stages; Installation & commissioning of marine loading arms, fire monitoring towers, fire water pumps (automatic) with hydrants, sprinklers and foam producing plant, quick release mooring hooks, fabrication and installation of fender wale system etc. I remained on this project since the mobilisation to the termination of the consultancy contract while switching over to different companies.
Senior Technician (Mechanical) September 1973 June 1976 Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, Nilore
Nuclear Research Facility: At their Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology; working in the Canning and Welding research laboratory of Nuclear Materials Division, (oral brief can be given at the time of interview regarding experience).
Technical Assistant / Junior executive
August 1970 August 1973 Inspection & Reclamation Services (PAK) Limited, Karachi NDT inspection Consultant: In their NDT Department for working on various projects carrying out ultrasonic flaw detection and thickness measurements, gamma radiography, Magnaflux and dye penetrate test on Gas / oil transmission pipelines, chemical / fertiliser plants, oil refineries, natural gas purification plant, hydal / thermal / nuclear and natural gas fired power stations, marine structures and ocean going vessels etc., and thereby gained solid experience and versatility in carrying out field inspection even under emergency conditions. Conducted war damage survey of the natural gas purification plant and the related facilities after the Indo-Pak war of 1971, and at a number of occasions supervised hot tapping of the live gas transmission lines. I worked on loop line of SNGPL Pakistan from Kashmore to Multan and another line from Sui Gas field to Kashmore. With IRSL provided contract maintenance and NDT services to Pakistan Refinery Limited, National Refinery Limited, Fauji Fertilizer, Water and Power Development Authority Pakistan, Pakistan Petroleum Limited, Indus Gas Company, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, Lever Brothers etc.
Plant Operator / Trainee Shift In-charge February 1970 July 1970 Valika Chemical Industries Ltd., Karachi
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Manufacturer of chemicals and polythene: On their fully automatic and highly sophisticated German chemical plant, producing Hexamethelene tetra amine documentary credentials are, however, not available.
Born April 15, 1945 Mysore State, British India
1969: University of Karachi, Science
Graduate BSc. (Pass) With Physics, Chemistry and
1974 Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology, Nilore I submitted research paper on Automatic TIG welding of zircoloy atomic fuel pins to Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology. Was selected by Westinghouse, Port Hope, Canada, for training in nuclear fuel fabrication which did not materialise. 1965 Institute
of Engineers, Dhaka, EAST PAKISTAN
passed Studentship from Institute of Engineers Pakistan in 1965.
Production and Maintenance Personnel March 1984 May 1984 SACMI,
Via Selice Provinciale, 17/A, 40026 Imola BO, Italy, Tel: +39-0542-607111, Fax: +39-0542-642354, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org , URL: www.sacmi.com C.A.S.T. Faenza, ITALY and others. C.A.S.T. Faenza, Italy, (Technology and consultancy suppliers) SACMI, Imola BO, Italy, (Technology, consultancy, know-how and equipment suppliers) Accomplished 3 months training as the Head of ‘Production and Maintenance Personnel’ covering production of spray-dried clay powder, production on Automatic Ceramic Tiles manufacturing, Friction-cum-hydraulic Presses. Maintenance of the fully automated Plant, as a whole, for the manufacturing of ceramic floor and wall tiles: During this training acquired complete knowledge of automated systems employing hydraulic and pneumatic techniques; and was provided opportunity of on-the-job training with SACMI Imola, Co-operative Ceramica Imola, Cast Faenza, Cloroficio Ceramico Faenza, Italy etc.,
Engineer Apprentice January1964 July 1964, Ali Automobiles Limited, Karachi.
Dealers of Ford Motor Company in Pakistan: Six months training in their assembly plant; worked on the assembly lines of Consul Cortina, Consul Classic 315, Ford pickup, Ford Chassis for Trucks and Trailer; Assisted Foreign experts in rectification and modification of body assembly jig for Cortina, in erection and Commissioning of suspended spot welding guns and in the logistics of Assembly parts, etc.
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