Chenghong Cai

Chenghong Cai

Works at:

Cranfield School of Management

Location in:

221 Fedden House, Wharley End Cranfield Bedford, United Kingdom MK43 0AP, Singapore

Chenghong Cai

Currently

Works at:
Cranfield School of Management
Location in:
221 Fedden House, Wharley End Cranfield Bedford, United Kingdom MK43 0AP, Singapore

Bio

Highly motivated self-starter who is looking for the next challenge in life.

An ambitious engineering professional with strong problem solving and stakeholder management abilities. Highly process driven with a passion for continuous improvement. Possess extensive experience in team management, and well competent at completing projects on time, on target, and within budget. Demonstrates strong leadership through collaborative management style with compelling negotiation skills.

Chenghong has worked/studied in

  • Germany
  • Singapore
  • United Kingdom

Chenghong speaks

  • English, Chinese

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Work

2012 – present

Full Time MBA Student

Cranfield School of Management
  • Currently pursuing a demanding MBA program with a focus on general management , entrepreneurship, and managing strategic innovation.
  • Key Areas of Interest:
  • - Entrepreneurship and new venture creation
  • - Strategic management
  • - Managing strategic innovation
  • - Sales and key account management
2009 – 2012

Process Engineer

Tetra Pak
  • Focus Improvement (FI) Engineer [Mar 2011 to Aug 2012]:
  • Challenged to increase quality, efficiency and reducing cost, while improving safety for the Finishing (Slit Doc Pal) Process [manning strength of 108 operation technicians]. Develop, evaluate and document current manufacturing methods through ECRS techniques and ISO Work Instructions. Analyse and re-engineer production layouts, and deploy teams to improve quality and efficiency throughout the production line. Provide ongoing troubleshooting support and continual collaboration between planning and production operations.
  • - Secondary role of Autonomous Maintenance (AM) Engineer to drive sustainable operations through strong AM mindset
  • - Elected as Vice Chairman of Tetra Pak Sports & Recreational Club (TPSRC)
  • Quality Maintenance (QM) Engineer [May 2010 to Mar 2011]:
  • Tasked to manage and improve all quality and operational aspects of the Doctoring & Palletising Process [manning strength of 62 operation technicians]. Perform detailed root cause analysis along with contribution from the ground technicians and cross functional team for ALL external claims. Continuously creating claims awareness, through engagement with the ground operations. Establish the quality system through the Quality Matrix to create a basis for continuous improvement.
  • Graduate Engineering Trainee (GET) [Jul 2009 to Apr 2010]
  • Assigned to quickly integrate and learn during job rotations within the three main processes (namely Printing, Laminating and Finishing) of the factory. Perform deployment exercises with guidance of Process Engineers to uncover losses for improvement. Lead Kaizen teams to reduce or eradicate identified failure modes, following through from launch till completion of implementation. On-Job-Training (OJT) with the production technicians, hands on learning of operational techniques and understanding the underlying principles.
2008
(Feb – Jun)

Research Assistant (Overseas Internship)

Fraunhofer IPA
  • Design and fabricate a simple to understand hands-on display mechanism for any robotics exhibitions. Researched and mapped out feasible state-of-the-art human tracking technologies according to the clients’ specifications. Creation and management of numerous scaled computer aided drawings (CAD) of prototype robots and parts independently. Close collaboration with fellow cross cultural interns that led to the successful presentation in the robotics exhibition of Automatica 2008 (Munich).
2005
(Mar – Jun)

Technician

Messier Bugatti
  • Carried out troubleshooting, repair and modification works of actuators through conscientious apprenticeship with senior technicians. Perform quality testing of modified components prior to consignment delivery.
2003 – 2005

Training Specialist (National Service)

Singapore Armed Forces
  • Forecast, consolidate and manages all training schedules of the Artillery Institute with support from individual training wings. Ensure the availability of training requirements (e.g. training grounds, vehicles, medics) via close collaborations with external divisions. Awarded Best Soldier of September 2004, and received an outstanding conduct and performance appraisal from the Commanding Officer in 2005.

Work

2012 – present

Full Time MBA Student

Cranfield School of Management
  • Currently pursuing a demanding MBA program with a focus on general management , entrepreneurship, and managing strategic innovation.
  • Key Areas of Interest:
  • - Entrepreneurship and new venture creation
  • - Strategic management
  • - Managing strategic innovation
  • - Sales and key account management
2009 – 2012

Process Engineer

Tetra Pak
  • Focus Improvement (FI) Engineer [Mar 2011 to Aug 2012]:
  • Challenged to increase quality, efficiency and reducing cost, while improving safety for the Finishing (Slit Doc Pal) Process [manning strength of 108 operation technicians]. Develop, evaluate and document current manufacturing methods through ECRS techniques and ISO Work Instructions. Analyse and re-engineer production layouts, and deploy teams to improve quality and efficiency throughout the production line. Provide ongoing troubleshooting support and continual collaboration between planning and production operations.
  • - Secondary role of Autonomous Maintenance (AM) Engineer to drive sustainable operations through strong AM mindset
  • - Elected as Vice Chairman of Tetra Pak Sports & Recreational Club (TPSRC)
  • Quality Maintenance (QM) Engineer [May 2010 to Mar 2011]:
  • Tasked to manage and improve all quality and operational aspects of the Doctoring & Palletising Process [manning strength of 62 operation technicians]. Perform detailed root cause analysis along with contribution from the ground technicians and cross functional team for ALL external claims. Continuously creating claims awareness, through engagement with the ground operations. Establish the quality system through the Quality Matrix to create a basis for continuous improvement.
  • Graduate Engineering Trainee (GET) [Jul 2009 to Apr 2010]
  • Assigned to quickly integrate and learn during job rotations within the three main processes (namely Printing, Laminating and Finishing) of the factory. Perform deployment exercises with guidance of Process Engineers to uncover losses for improvement. Lead Kaizen teams to reduce or eradicate identified failure modes, following through from launch till completion of implementation. On-Job-Training (OJT) with the production technicians, hands on learning of operational techniques and understanding the underlying principles.
2008
(Feb – Jun)

Research Assistant (Overseas Internship)

Fraunhofer IPA
  • Design and fabricate a simple to understand hands-on display mechanism for any robotics exhibitions. Researched and mapped out feasible state-of-the-art human tracking technologies according to the clients’ specifications. Creation and management of numerous scaled computer aided drawings (CAD) of prototype robots and parts independently. Close collaboration with fellow cross cultural interns that led to the successful presentation in the robotics exhibition of Automatica 2008 (Munich).
2005
(Mar – Jun)

Technician

Messier Bugatti
  • Carried out troubleshooting, repair and modification works of actuators through conscientious apprenticeship with senior technicians. Perform quality testing of modified components prior to consignment delivery.
2003 – 2005

Training Specialist (National Service)

Singapore Armed Forces
  • Forecast, consolidate and manages all training schedules of the Artillery Institute with support from individual training wings. Ensure the availability of training requirements (e.g. training grounds, vehicles, medics) via close collaborations with external divisions. Awarded Best Soldier of September 2004, and received an outstanding conduct and performance appraisal from the Commanding Officer in 2005.

Education

2012 – 2013
(Sep – Oct)

Cranfield School of Management

Full Time MBA (MBA)
2005 – 2009

Nanyang Technological University

Honours (Bachelors)

Achievements

  • 2012: AT Kearney Business Case - Cranfield Winner

Additional Info

Nationality:
  • Singaporean