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Avp Of Staffing At Yagnaum

Position:
AVP of Staffing at Yagnaum
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Information Technology and Services
Work:
Yagnaum - Woodbridge, NJ since Feb 2012
AVP of Staffing
Yagnaum Systems Jan 2008 - Jan 2012
Lead Resource Manager
Spectrasoft Technologies Jan 2008 - Aug 2009
Resource Manager
Aptude 2005 - 2007
Staffing Specialist
Education:
Osmania University
Skills:
Technical Recruiting, Requirements Analysis, Screening, ERP, Contract Recruitment, SAP, Business Analysis, PHP, Recruiting, Staff Augmentation, Business Intelligence, Interviews, CRM, Sourcing
Interests:
Organizational Development, Networking, Meeting New People, Usability Research, Reading books
Honor & Awards:
As part of the Employee Recognition Program, I have been adjudged as the Employee of the Month for April, July, November, December 2009 -- January, April 2010.
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Syed Salman Shah At Nextage

Position:
Syed Salman Shah at Nextage
Location:
United States
Industry:
Information Technology and Services
Work:
Nextage
Syed Salman Shah

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Us Patents

Two Coat E-Coat Process For Automotive Bodies

US Patent:
6162339, Dec 19, 2000
Filed:
Apr 16, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/293675
Inventors:
Syed Salman - Troy MI
Shamel T. Rushwin - Rochester Hills MI
Thomas R. Breneiser - Rochester Hills MI
Richard H. Ott - Brighton MI
Assignee:
DaimlerChrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
C25D 1300
US Classification:
204484
Abstract:
A method for priming an object with through electrodeposition. The object is initially immersed into a first tank having a first primer bath and a first primer layer is electrodeposited onto the object. The object is removed from the first primer bath and cured to a first predetermined level. The object is then immersed into a second tank having a second primer bath and a second primer layer is electrodeposited onto the object. The object is removed from the second primer bath and cured to a second predetermined level. The primer baths are preferably formulated differently so as to achieve a multi-layer prime coat having several characteristics which would not otherwise be possible if the primer layer was created in one electrodeposition step.

Molded Plastic Product Having A Plastic Substrate Containing A Filler And An In-Mold Plastic Coating Firmly Bonded Thereon And A Process For Its Manufacture

US Patent:
4356230, Oct 26, 1982
Filed:
Jul 10, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/167250
Inventors:
Peter R. Emanuel - Troy MI
Syed Salman - Sterling Heights MI
Gulam Mohiuddin - Brighton MI
Assignee:
International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation - New York NY
International Classification:
B29D 302
B32B 904
US Classification:
428290
Abstract:
A molded part containing plastic substrate and a firmly adherent coating thereon, the plastic substrate containing a filler therein present at least in part in proximity to the surface of the substrate. The coating is transferred from the mold surface to the substrate during the molding operation and during solidification of the molded part. The molded part has a smooth surface as molded and without any subsequent finishing thereof.

Expandable Vertical Dip Pretreatment And Electro-Deposition System

US Patent:
5989401, Nov 23, 1999
Filed:
Jul 1, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/108987
Inventors:
Thomas R. Breneiser - Rochester Hills MI
Richard H. Ott - Brighton MI
Syed Salman - Troy MI
Assignee:
Chrysler Corporation - Auburn Hills MI
International Classification:
C25D 1312
US Classification:
204484
Abstract:
A vertical dip pretreatment and electro-deposition system has a plurality of dip stations and a plurality of spray stations. The process limited dip stations, such as the degrease dip station, the phosphate dip station and the electro-coat dip station, have expandable dip tanks which can have a bulkheads that divide the tanks into two sections providing the tanks with two compartments, or have removable end walls that can be removed and replaced with a tank section. If the bulkhead divided tanks are used, during the initial period of operation when production rates would typically be less than ten to twelve jobs an hour, one compartment of each expandable dip tank is used for immersion and the other compartment left dry or used for other purposes such as storage. When volume increases to above the design capacity, the expandable tanks are expanded. If bulkhead divided tanks are used, the bulkhead is removed which joins the first and second compartments, thus doubling the length of the tank.

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