ZTEST Appoints Steve Smith as New President and CEO


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ZTEST Electronics Inc. has announced that Steve Smith, a recently appointed director, has been appointed president and CEO of the company to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Ted Drzazga.

Smith brings over 28 years' experience in the capital markets to the management of ZTEST. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Toronto. He is a founder and president of Tangent Management Corp., a financial management firm that provides financial consulting and management services to publicly listed companies. Smith currently sits on the board of directors of Kontrol Energy Corp.

About ZTEST Electronics Inc.

ZTEST Electronics Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary Permatech Electronics Corp. offers electronic manufacturing services (EMS) to a wide range of customers. Permatech’s offering includes Materials Management, Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Assembly, Testing and Design services. Permatech operates from a 20,000 square foot, ISO 9001:2008 certified facility in North York, Ontario, Canada. The company serves customers in the Medical, Power, Computer, Telecommunications, Wireless, Industrial and Consumer Electronics markets requiring high quality, quick-turnaround, small and medium size production runs. ZTEST also holds a 25.29% equity interest in Conversance Inc.   

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