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Manufacturing Process Improvement Intern

CPM Holdings, Inc. is a diversified leading global supplier of process equipment and engineered technologies that sustainably feed, fuel, and build a better world. With its growing family of 17 market-leading product brands, CPM serves a variety of industries including animal feed, consumer food, green energy, advanced materials and sustainable packaging. Founded in 1883, CPM has 1,700 employees across 36 facilities on 4 continents with presence in 150+ countries. From the foods you eat to the fuels you require, CPM plays an important role in making the world more efficient and more sustainable. For more information, visit

CPM Acquisition Corp. is looking for interns and co-ops.  Our goal is to find great talent and cultivate a career for a strong candidate post-college.  This is a developmental program with a highly successful business with advancement opportunities. As a manufacturing process improvement intern, you’ll collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify areas for improvement and to streamline processes. You’ll also have the chance to analyze data and suggest innovative solutions. It’s a hands-on role that will give you valuable experience in process optimization and project management. We are looking for a highly motivated detail-oriented person with strong technical mechanical aptitude coupled with proficient organizational skills, and outstanding people skills. This is a career development role, and we are looking for upwardly mobile candidates.


  • Work with assembly, fabrication, and production schedule, along with, material replenishment shop supervisors 
  • Develop step by step work instructions
  • Implement optimization Assembly, Machining and Fabrication Shop floor areas 
  • Analyze and optimize production methods
  • Implementation and recommendation of new equipment and tools to improve process.
  • Increase efficiency to reduce costs
  • Process mapping
  • Data analysis

Desired Skills and Experiences:

  • Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and Continuous improvement.
  • Knowledge of Industry / Manufacturing 4.0 
  • Must be a self-starter able to work independently with little supervision
  • Good communication skills
  • Conceptual Skills 
  • Functional and Technical Skills
  • Attentive to details
  • Microsoft Office, Excel, Word and E-Mail
  • Willing to Travel as required for training