Restructuring Advisors

Andy Tymoszenko

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Mr. Tymoszenko is a senior executive with over thirty-five years of experience in managing manufacturing companies with responsible for the total operations including profit and loss. Since 1980, he has been the leader at a number of  locations where the goal of improving operations on both the shop floor and office environments was to quickly increase cash flows. Much of his career has been spent with companies that had a strong corporate commitment to value creation and gave Andy the responsibility
of taking various operations to world-class levels. Andy’s experiences range from process industries to high volume repetitive production and low volume engineered to order custom built products for the industrial, automotive, aerospace and commercial markets.

Andy is a Senior Consultant with Restructuring Advisors and serves as a subject matter expert regarding operational due diligence, business assessment, turnarounds, and value creation. He is able to quickly identify and quantify areas of business opportunities and bottom line improvements. He knows where to look to find immediate costs savings and stop cash hemorrhage issues.

Recently, Mr. Tymoszenko successfully completed an engagement at an electronics company involving a new facility construction, the layout factory and the relocation of the existing business. This move was transparent to the company’s customers. He also assisted the company’s management in reorganizing the business to handle future growth. During the reorganization, Andy found and fixed a several million-dollar cash problem that immediately improved the company’s cash position. He also, trained a new COO for the business. Other major engagement of Mr. Tymoszenko other major engagements include performing several business assessments that helped companies develop roadmaps for quantifiable bottom line improvements.

Previously, Andy served as COO and Managing Consultant with a boutique M&A strategic operations and investment firm that specializes in small to medium size manufacturing and distribution companies. Here he worked at portfolio companies to increase performance and value through the improvement of cash flow. Major engagements included an international automotive transmission company, an aluminum extruding company, a rack manufacturing company, and toolbox manufacturer.

Mr. Tymoszenko was also a senior consultant at a specialized consulting firm performing due diligences, operations assessments, lean implementations, and operational turnarounds strictly for private equity owned portfolio companies. There he worked on a number of engagements at middle market companies and assisted the companies management teams achieve multi-millions dollars of bottom line cost savings by streamlining and improving their business processes. The resulting increase in the corporate value of these portfolio companies was in excess of $200 million.

Andy served as COO at a firm that had the responsibility for the management and profitability of outsourced non production resources (tooling and MRO) for large multi-billion dollar corporations in the United States. He is considered an expert in applying lean thinking and value stream mapping to a plant’s non-production areas (ranging from machined re

Andy began his career as a manufacturing engineer and rapidly advanced through various middle management positions in engineering and operations and developed the reputation as the cost reduction “guru”. He led various productivity projects that improved manufacturing and white-collar processes. He continued to groom his management skills in several Plant Manager and Vice President of Operations positions where he led the conversion from the traditional batch processing operation into world-class lean businesses.pair parts to tool cribs and plant engineering services), an area that lean implementers have only recently begun to address, but one where implementing lean has the potential to significantly lower working capital while increasing production uptime. In less than four years at these companies, the cumulative cost savings generated by his team were in excess of $60 million.

He has also been responsible for plant consolidations as well as a major Greenfield start-up of a world-class facility to produce low-volume custom engineered products. In addition, he has extensive experience in implementing ERP systems and in correcting problems in existing ERP implementations to support lean business practices.

Mr. Tymoszenko holds a B.S. in industrial management from Purdue University.