EAP Continues Growth in Florida with Appointment of Eileen Hibbler


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Electronics Assembly Products (EAP) has added Eileen Hibbler to its team in Florida. A leading manufacturers' representative, EAP has wide coverage in the U.S. market including Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Florida.

Hibbler brings a wealth of Florida market knowledge to EAP. This will provide EAP’s suppliers and customers with continued focus on supporting the territory.

"I am excited to join EAP Florida and look forward to representing our line card across this territory," says Hibbler. She will continue to support the SMTA, joining the headquarter team in a part time capacity.

"I enjoy my association with SMTA and the EAP management supports my passion for the SMTA organization.  I will continue to work with SMTA in spreading the mission to share knowledge throughout the world," she adds.

Hibbler is a valuable resource for EAP customers, as she approaches 30 years in the industry. She started her career in electrical distribution before joining the electronics industry working for component distributor, Milgray Electronics in Maryland.  

An active SMTA member since 2001, Hibbler was instrumental in starting the Space Coast Chapter in 2006. She served in several leadership roles and in 2015 was elected to the National SMTA Board of Directors, serving her term that ended in October 2018.

For more than 15 years, EAP has been a manufacturers’ representative agency that approaches every single customer as a partner in solving process challenges. EAP uses its vast experience and knowledge of all aspects of the assembly process to work with the customers to both identify and resolve their assembly challenges. By finding the right solution to every challenge, EAP maintains the confidence of customers and enabling them to act as a trusted extension of their internal resources.  

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