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• Strong career developed in leader multinational companies, with 10 years experience in management positions in purchasing, logistics and supply-chain. • Strategic business overview focus on cost reduction results. • High performance team management. • International experience, having worked for two years at in Europe (Stuttgart - Germany). • Fully profficient in english, german, spanish and portuguese.

Work experience

Feb 2005Present

Purchasing Chief

ThyssenKrupp Metalurgica Campo Limpo
Responsible for the raw material (mechanical steel) supply contracts administration, annual purchase volume US$ 100MM. Brazilian representative in the raw material international team, which manages the worldwide raw material acquisition strategy, new sources development and global sourcing analysis including low cost country and cost reduction projects
Apr 2003Sep 2004

Logisitic and Purchasing Supervisor

Pierburg do Brasil Ltda
Supply-chain Supervisor in Brazil supporting supplier development activities, local source of components and (TCO) Total cost of ownership reduction projects. Leadbuyer of Pierburg do Brasil in the Pierburg International Source Table, leading all strategic purchase definition for South America.
Aug 1999Oct 2002

International Purchasing Coordinator

ThyssenKrupp Metalurgica Campo Limpo
Responsible for supplier development, global-sourcing and cost reduction projects regarding machines and equipment acquisition. Also coordinated of the international purchase team and managed the relationship between Krupp and governmental or class entities (Sindipeças, Abimaq and Brazilian government). SAP R/3 Implementation Project Team as SAP-MM Key-user.
Mar 1994Mar 1999

Trainee Engineer

Robert Bosch do Brasil
Purchasing Engineer (01/97 – 03/99) - Brazil Report – Purchasing Engineering Manager Supplier and material source development, outsourcing projects, global-sourcing, and cost reduction projects for the Injection Fuel Division, achieving US$ 1.2 million cost reduction in 1998. Trainee Engineer (03/94 – 12/96) - Brazil/Germany Stuttgart – Germany: 18-months program in the Electronic Devices Development department. Developed a low cost electronic speed regulator for Bosch Sand Machines. Campinas – Brazil: Bosch-Skill North America new power-tool machines project coordination, including redesign, specification and market standard compliance.



Material Management

Fundação Getulio Vargas


ESPM - Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing

Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial