Michael Marro - Seeks Full time Position

Industry Type: Materials handling
Current Occupation: Forklift tech/ manager
Personal Preferences

Need a change !!!
To secure a position as a forklift road /shop lead tech ,service manager, parts manager in chareselton SC. East Coast

Materials handling

Full time

Chareselton SC

United States

Forklift tech/ manager

Professional Profile

Michael T. Marro Sr.
20 Creekfield Road
Sumter, S.C. 29154
(803) 938-2708


Michael T. Marro Sr.
20 Creekfield Road
Sumter, S.C. 29154
(803) 938-2708



CAREER OBJECTIVE

To secure a position as a Industrial Maintenance/Service Technician that utilizes my knowledge and experience in this area.


QUALIFICATIONS

Experience in program and repair, electronic travel, hydraulic systems, rebuilding and repairing hydraulic and pneumatic components, gear boxes, controllers, engines (gas and LPG), AC/DC motors and chargers, installing and repairing air-conditioning, performing task of welding and brazing, auto and truck repairs, forklift sales, service, and parts.


EDUCATION

1994 - Analytic Troubleshooting Course (Government)
1993 - A.S.E. Air-conditioning Course
1992 - Heath Course Electronics 1 & 2
1988 - Raymond Wired Guided Class
1988 - Raymond Carousel Systems, Conveyors
1987 - Raymond Certification School
1985 - Hydraulics, Pneumatics Design and Repair
1985 - Blueprint and Schematic Reading

June 1978
Washington High School, Philadelphia, PA. Graduated as Trade major (Carpentry and Machinist).


WORK EXPERIENCE

January 2001 - Present
Sumter Material Handling, Inc., Sumter, SC.
Owner and Operations Manager

May 1987 - January 2001
Carolina Handling, Greenville, SC.
(Full-time) Position: Raymond Certified Technician
Duties: Traveled as needed to SC and GA for material handling repairs, performed monthly scheduled maintenance, troubleshoot and repair, and acted as a team member with other Raymond Technicians to intervene and solve problems as they arose.



September 1983 - May 1987
McHugh Brother Crane Rental and Heavy Haulers, Philadelphia, PA.
(Full-time) Position: Mechanical Technician
Duties: Repaired and operated cranes and heavy equipment (diesel and gas), rebuild/overhauled cranes and equipment, assisted fellow mechanics in troubleshooting jobs.

February 1981 - September 1983
B & G Machine Shop, Philadelphia, PA.
(Full-time) Position: Machinist
Duties: Manufactured aircraft components and parts for government contracted jobs.

June 1978 - February 1981
ABSCO Inc., Philadelphia, P.A.
(Full-time) Position: Mechanical Repair Technician
Duties: Rebuild/overhauled yard and over the road trucks, cranes, and heavy equipment
(diesel and gas), performed welding.


Michael T. Marro Sr.
20 Creekfield Road
Sumter, S.C. 29154
(803) 938-2708



CAREER OBJECTIVE

To secure a position as a Industrial Maintenance/Service Technician that utilizes my knowledge and experience in this area.


QUALIFICATIONS

Experience in program and repair, electronic travel, hydraulic systems, rebuilding and repairing hydraulic and pneumatic components, gear boxes, controllers, engines (gas and LPG), AC/DC motors and chargers, installing and repairing air-conditioning, performing task of welding and brazing, auto and truck repairs, forklift sales, service, and parts.


EDUCATION

1994 - Analytic Troubleshooting Course (Government)
1993 - A.S.E. Air-conditioning Course
1992 - Heath Course Electronics 1 & 2
1988 - Raymond Wired Guided Class
1988 - Raymond Carousel Systems, Conveyors
1987 - Raymond Certification School
1985 - Hydraulics, Pneumatics Design and Repair
1985 - Blueprint and Schematic Reading

June 1978
Washington High School, Philadelphia, PA. Graduated as Trade major (Carpentry and Machinist).


WORK EXPERIENCE

January 2001 - Present
Sumter Material Handling, Inc., Sumter, SC.
Owner and Operations Manager

May 1987 - January 2001
Carolina Handling, Greenville, SC.
(Full-time) Position: Raymond Certified Technician
Duties: Traveled as needed to SC and GA for material handling repairs, performed monthly scheduled maintenance, troubleshoot and repair, and acted as a team member with other Raymond Technicians to intervene and solve problems as they arose.



September 1983 - May 1987
McHugh Brother Crane Rental and Heavy Haulers, Philadelphia, PA.
(Full-time) Position: Mechanical Technician
Duties: Repaired and operated cranes and heavy equipment (diesel and gas), rebuild/overhauled cranes and equipment, assisted fellow mechanics in troubleshooting jobs.

February 1981 - September 1983
B & G Machine Shop, Philadelphia, PA.
(Full-time) Position: Machinist
Duties: Manufactured aircraft components and parts for government contracted jobs.

June 1978 - February 1981
ABSCO Inc., Philadelphia, P.A.
(Full-time) Position: Mechanical Repair Technician
Duties: Rebuild/overhauled yard and over the road trucks, cranes, and heavy equipment
(diesel and gas), performed welding.



CAREER OBJECTIVE

To secure a position as a Industrial Maintenance/Service Technician that utilizes my knowledge and experience in this area.


QUALIFICATIONS

Experience in program and repair, electronic travel, hydraulic systems, rebuilding and repairing hydraulic and pneumatic components, gear boxes, controllers, engines (gas and LPG), AC/DC motors and chargers, installing and repairing air-conditioning, performing task of welding and brazing, auto and truck repairs, forklift sales, service, and parts.


EDUCATION

1994 - Analytic Troubleshooting Course (Government)
1993 - A.S.E. Air-conditioning Course
1992 - Heath Course Electronics 1 & 2
1988 - Raymond Wired Guided Class
1988 - Raymond Carousel Systems, Conveyors
1987 - Raymond Certification School
1985 - Hydraulics, Pneumatics Design and Repair
1985 - Blueprint and Schematic Reading

June 1978
Washington High School, Philadelphia, PA. Graduated as Trade major (Carpentry and Machinist).


WORK EXPERIENCE

January 2001 - Present
Sumter Material Handling, Inc., Sumter, SC.
Owner and Operations Manager

May 1987 - January 2001
Carolina Handling, Greenville, SC.
(Full-time) Position: Raymond Certified Technician
Duties: Traveled as needed to SC and GA for material handling repairs, performed monthly scheduled maintenance, troubleshoot and repair, and acted as a team member with other Raymond Technicians to intervene and solve problems as they arose.



September 1983 - May 1987
McHugh Brother Crane Rental and Heavy Haulers, Philadelphia, PA.
(Full-time) Position: Mechanical Technician
Duties: Repaired and operated cranes and heavy equipment (diesel and gas), rebuild/overhauled cranes and equipment, assisted fellow mechanics in troubleshooting jobs.

February 1981 - September 1983
Prior Industrial Lifttrucks Fairless Hills PA
(Full-time) Position: Forklift Service Tech
Duties: Service Forklifts at customer locations, and in shop.


June 1978 - February 1981
ABSCO Inc., Philadelphia, P.A.
(Full-time) Position: Mechanical Repair Technician
Duties: Rebuild/overhauled yard and over the road trucks, cranes, and heavy equipment
(diesel and gas), performed welding.

To many to list.

31 yrs forklift exp. Owner operator,Sumter Material Handling Inc.

One of the best in my field!!!!!

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