National Circuit Assembly Hires New VP of Operations


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National Circuit Assembly, a provider of PCB, cable and electro/mechanical manufacturing and test services to leading OEMs, has announced the appointment of Stephen Lehocky to the position of VP of operations.

Lehocky offers a wealth of experience in lean manufacturing, quality, and operations. He completed his MBA at CSU-Dominguez Hills and is currently working toward his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. He is also a Lean Six Sigma Master Blackbelt.

With more than 35 years of experience in the industry, Lehocky is a self-directed leader and problem solver with multi-site, multi-divisional business accountability. “I'm a leader that has vision, discipline, patience, perseverance, resoluteness, consistency and empathy,” commented Lehocky. “I’ve worn many hats in my career and the one thing that has consistently led to success is devotion to people and allegiance to the company. I look forward to bringing this experience to NCA to help them achieve even more than they have already.”

“NCA was founded on the premise that, to be successful, a company's management should understand the value of their employees,” added Mike Tieu, CEO of NCA. “We believe in working together as a team to deliver the highest quality results to our customers, and we know that Stephen is going to help us complete that mission.”

About National Circuit Assembly (NCA)

NCA has resources that set the company apart from any other circuit assembly companies in the area. Their diverse culture, working environment, along with their latest technologically advanced equipment, is an example of the many components that help form the foundation of NCA.

NCA provides fully integrated PCB, cable and electro/mechanical manufacturing and test services to leading OEMs in the semiconductor, telecommunications, transportation, networking, medical, industrial controls, radio frequency (RF), and other high-technology industries.

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