Larry J. Harmon

Title: Owner
Company: Harmon Consulting LLC
Location: Andersonville, Tennessee, United States

Larry J. Harmon, Owner at Harmon Consulting LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in management and safety consulting.

Having accrued more than 30 years of professional experience in his industry, Mr. Harmon has served as the owner of Harmon Consulting LLC based out of Clinton, Tennessee since 2016. Dedicated to safety in the workplace, he works with company leaders to identify opportunities for operational improvements, as well as finding and implementing solutions for impeccable safety and production value. Likewise, Mr. Harmon specializes in operational excellence, aluminum casting and production, which has led him to become renowned for his insight and expertise as a consultant worldwide in industrial operations excellence. Notably, he and his company have been named Best Start-Up.

Before dedicating his full attention to his consultancy, Mr. Harmon was a business development and sales director for the aluminum division of Alizent, an air-liquid company, from 2017 to 2020. One year prior, he excelled as a special projects leader for Arconic. Mr. Harmon gained insightful experience in his industry upon working for Alcoa, an aluminum casthouse company, in Ras Al Kahair, Saudi Arabia for seven years. Between 2012 and 2017, he had worked as EMC/T-bar/re-melt production manager, as well as a senior casthouse specialist, after showing his prowess as a relief supervisor from 2010 to 2012. Earlier, Mr. Harmon was a front line sales representative for Wyndham Vacation Resorts in 2009 and 2010 and a pot room superintendent for Alcoa’s Tennessee operations from 2001 to 2009. He commenced his career as a journeyman machinist for Boeing Inc. from 1987 to 2001.

Backed by an Associate of Arts from Roane State Community College from 2001, Mr. Harmon became involved in his profession through the influence of his father, who worked in sales. Looking back on his accomplishments, he attributes his success to Jerry Armstrong, who taught him how to see things from a managerial perspective, as well as David Sicily and Wade Wallace from Alcoa. Mr. Harmon is especially proud of the fact that 80 percent of the employees that reported to him over the years remain in contact with him on a business level. He treats all of his employees with respect and understanding, which has aided him in continuing his profession as a consultant. In five years’ time, Mr. Harmon envisions himself working on a part-time basis and taking up his hobbies of traveling and family time.

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