David Collins Jr.
David Collins Jr. provides the vision and direction for MTG. With decades of manufacturing experience in automotive, electronics, defense, chemical, and consumer goods, he works with engagement leaders to establish project guidelines and troubleshoot tough client challenges.
David is the founder of China Manufacturing Consultants (CMC), a consultancy and affiliate of MTG’s that helps China-based manufacturers improve their operations with sustainable solutions. Since its creation in 2012, CMC has saved its clients over $30M with operational savings in the 30-60% range.
Throughout his career, he’s worked in countries like the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, and the United Arab Emirates with clients such as Foxconn, General Motors, Jabil, Ford, Chrysler, and Marshal Consulting.
- BBA, Business and Biochemistry — Michigan State University
- MS, Theoretical Physical Chemistry — Eastern Michigan University
- MBA, Executive MBA — Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics at University of Delaware
David Collins III
David Collins III runs the day to day operations for MTG and is the primary point of contact for clients. He also ensures coordination between consulting teams and operations across North America, China, Vietnam, and the United Arab Emirates. He advises corporate and investment clients on expected ROI from MTG projects and financial matters.
Since 2017, he has served as Chief Operating Officer for China Manufacturing Consultants (CMC), a consultancy and affiliate of MTG’s that helps China-based manufacturers improve their operations with sustainable solutions, and generated over $1M in new sales for the company.
Prior to CMC and MTG, David was a Senior Strategy Consultant for Deloitte and served in Iraq as Special Operations Civil Affairs soldier and as a Governance Advisor to the Afghan Government with the Department of State. His speciality was building local government operations and accountability.
- BA, International Relations (Political Economy and Russian Language & Literature) — University of Delaware
- MA, American Foreign Policy and International Economics — Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies