MEN Micro Appoints New Operations Manager
Blue Bell, PA, United States of America – January, 2016. MEN Micro Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Kuebler as Operations Manager. Chris will be based at MEN Micro's headquarters location in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania and will cultivate the company's United States production team, as well as lead quality and purchasing operations.
Chris comes to MEN Micro with a wealth of experience, as a Co-Founder and President of ACT/Technico, where he was key in growing his company for 30 years from a small engineering consulting firm to an embedded integration services company until it was sold to Elma Electronic Inc. in 2009. He then managed the production, quality, and operations departments of Elma’s systems integration facility prior to joining MEN Micro.
Chris will contribute to MEN's high reliability standards with ruggedized embedded solutions, while implementing and maintaining quality certifications. Chris comments, "I am looking forward to working with the team at MEN Micro on the expansion of our manufacturing capabilities here in the United States. One of the first steps to accomplish this will be the implementation of a certified AS9100 / ISO-9001 Quality Management System."
Stephen Cunha, CEO, said "I am excited that Chris, with his 25+ years of experience successfully overseeing operations in the embedded computer industry, has joined MEN Micro. The addition of Chris to the MEN Micro team significantly strengthens our supply chain and manufacturing capabilities as well as our ability to meet Buy America requirements in the railway industry, one of the key markets we address."
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