Circuitronics Promotes Ken Mount to Quality Manager


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Circuitronics has Ken Mount to quality manager. Mount’s background includes manufacturing engineer roles and credentials as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt with expertise in 5S, 5S+1, and DMAIC. He is also a Certified IPC Trainer.

Mount has more than 15 years of electro-mechanical engineering experience, including 10 years of success as a Manufacturing Engineer II and a track record of executing process engineering efforts to streamline processes, cut labor costs, eliminate waste and solve complex problems. He interfaces with senior-level customer representatives to report yields, and recommend corrective and preventive actions that save money and boost profits.

In a previous role, he served as the acting production manager for almost a year, overseeing four supervisors managing 350 employees on three 24-hour shifts, while simultaneously excelling in a manufacturing engineering position.

“We are excited to have Ken supporting us in this new role,” stated Tim Harmon, Circuitronics’ VP of Operations. “His unique combination of technical expertise, manufacturing experience and industry compliance knowledge make him a perfect fit as Quality Manager.”

Circuitronics is certified to ISO 9001:2008, IPC J-STD-001 and IPC A-610, as well as ITAR registered. For more information, click here.

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