Get rid of 3 exercises from each day. Really spend some time thinking about keeping the good lifts, and getting rid of the redundant, junk lifts. Really think about your own experience. What are the important moves?
Do you need incline curls, preacher curls, and Zottman curls? Are DECLINE INCLINE extensions as well as dips, rope pushdowns and regular incline tricep extensions necessary?
Once you're doing fewer lifts, you can put more effort into those fewer lifts. That will lead to better results. Doing higher reps, but less sets means more time working and less time resting.
Work in 1 or 2 more "off" days from the gym each week. This way, you'll be fresher for your weigh lifting. You'll be able to work faster, and take shorter breaks between sets if you're more rested.
On those off days, take some long walks and stretch out. This easy conditioning will help with the weight loss, without taking away from your real workouts.
Once you get everything figured out, and are making gains, you can make your conditioning more intense. Kettlebell swings, jump rope, sprints, whatever you like.