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Carlos

Role: Manager
Home base: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Education: Supply Chain Management post-grad at the IEEC University and earned Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from UCA (Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina)

At PIP I get to influence people, to coach them on how to work better and focus on achieving visible results. Quite simply it’s better than any previous role I’ve held.

I’m part of PIP’s Latin American team – an incredible group of top-performing people. I learn from them and our clients on a daily basis, not just professionally but also personally. We’re all from such a diverse array of cultures and backgrounds and really support one another. Everyone has something unique and special to bring to the table.

Since starting at PIP, I’ve had the opportunity to help deliver some incredible results for our clients, including two I’m really proud of:

  •          $28m revenue uplift for a Chilean copper mine, through a selection of cost reduction and productivity improvements
  •          $14m earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) uplift for a Chilean gold mine, through improvements in contractor management.

As part of PIP’s dynamic team, I’ve worked across multiple countries with a diverse range of clients and cultures. I love that you can see the real fruits of your labour in the field, and practically – not theoretically. 

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PIP promotes camaraderie, compassion, and teamwork to get the job done. This makes PIP a one-of-a-kind place to work in the consulting industry."

LAUREL – MANAGER
PARTNERS IN PERFORMANCE, AUSTRALIA

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