CEM Appoints Alfred Mucci III as Business Development Manager


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Steve Holzman, president of Colonial Electronic Manufacturers Inc. (CEM), has announced the appointment of Alfred E. Mucci III to the position of Business Development Manager handling the New England regions for his company.

An experienced professional, Mucci has held a number of key sales positions with various high tech contract manufacturers including Suntron Corp. and OnCore Manufacturing Services. He brings a strong reputation of reliability, capability and integrity to CEM.

Upon making the announcement, Holzman said, "We are very pleased to bring Al on board. With his ability and experience not to mention his high energy we feel that he is exactly what we need as we prepare to increase our sales in 2017."

About Colonial Electronic Manufacturers Inc.

Colonial Electronic Manufacturers Inc. is a full service Electronic Manufacturing Service (EMS) company specializing in PCB assembly, Box build, RF assembly/testing, and Rework/ ECO services.

CEM is an ISO9001:2008 and ITAR registered, Veteran Owned company that has been in business since 1992 with defense, industrial automation, medical, and telecom customers.

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