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Paul Swiderski

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Paul Swiderski retired from The Carlisle Transportation Products Company following 28 years of service in manufacturing and operations in the industrial tire manufacturing business. Paul held various management positions in customer service, operations, logistics, IT and systems. This experience eventually led to the position of Plant Manager of the Clinton,TN plant. Paul was also the Project Manager for the Carlisle Transportation Product’s two year consolidation project which consolidated 3 manufacturing plants into one in Jackson, TN. The scope of this project was to convert a 550K square foot manufacturing and distribution facility into a tire manufacturing facility. Prior to coming to Tennessee, Paul held various positions in Traffic Management and Operations positions with The Alberto Culver Company and the Bearcat Tire Co in the Chicago area. Paul has a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Business Administration from Tennessee Wesleyan College and is APICS Certified.

Areas of Expertise

  • Business Plan
  • Management & Operations
  • Product Development

Industry Experience

  • Manufacturing
  • Professional Services
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412 N Cedar Bluff Rd Ste 450,
Knoxville, TN 37923
(865) 692-0716

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