Milwaukee Electronics Reorganizes Engineering Team


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EMS firm Milwaukee Electronics has grown significantly over the last year and its engineering capabilities have substantially evolved. To better ensure that customers have seamless access to the right mix of engineering resources, these resources have been consolidated into a single department managed by Clint Hanson, who reports to Rick McClain, Milwaukee Electronics COO.

The San Diego PCB operating group, led by David Carmondy, is also now part of the engineering organization.

"These changes are intended to make our Engineering group more responsive to both internal and external customers, with greater flexibility in assigning resources when needs change, as well as facilitate new customers into utilizing other related services that we provide," said Mike Stoehr, Milwaukee Electronics President and CEO.

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