Rocket EMS Names Dave Doering Head Of Business Development Midwest


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Rocket EMS welcomes Dave Doering as head of business development Midwest. Working remotely from Chicago, Dave will facilitate Rocket’s relationships with existing clients and spearhead its growth initiative in targeting production and NPI customers in the Midwest.

Doering comes to Rocket EMS with over 20 years of successful sales experience, 17 of them microelectronics. His expertise includes manufacturing service, design service, test development, and component sales.

“I was attracted to Rocket because of their extreme dedication to quality along with commitment to on-time delivery and integrity of service. They provide a quality work environment to go along with their great location,” said Doering. “My belief is that value-add awareness, follow-up, quality of service, and integrity are essential.”

Rocket’s proprietary smart factory software, Voyager, will be instrumental in providing extraordinary customer service, flexibility, and quality to clients beyond the Bay Area. Voyager extends complete visibility and transparency to Rocket’s OEM partners. It provides not only materials, quality, and schedules, but also detailed data such as incoming material tracking numbers, solder paste lot codes, and reflow profiles. Rocket EMS is dedicated to delivering unparalleled quality and service while maintaining on-time delivery within complex product and logistic environments.

Rocket’s commitment to its customers is powered by state-of-the-art equipment, and by the talent and expertise of its team. Doering envisions consistent growth and expansion of capabilities for Rocket EMS in the Midwest, while maintaining the high level of excellence that is characteristic of the company.

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