VJ Electronix Adds Two New Service Engineers


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VJ Electronix, Inc. has announced the addition of two service engineers based out of its Chelmsford, Massachusetts headquarters. David Marchesini and Keith Desharnais have joined the VJE team to expand the group’s capabilities and improve customer service support.

Most recently Marchesini was an engineering assistant, developing new equipment for Boston Semi Equipment. Prior experience includes manufacturing, R&D and customer training for Spire Corporation.

Desharnais joins VJE from Anaren Ceramics, where he was an engineering technician. Prior experience includes thick-film/LTCC PCB manufacturing and DC-DC power supply design/manufacturing.

Their combined years of manufacturing, engineering, service and training experience will allow the group to expand its services and improve customer satisfaction.

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