Enics Appointing Andres Kase as Elva Business Unit General Manager

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Enics’ largest European production site in Elva, southern Estonia, gets a new General Manager as Andres Kase is appointed to the position on November 5th.

Enics Elva offers top-quality electronics manufacturing services, including large-volume production. The site serves customers in the power, drives, transportation, industrial automation, elevator and escalator segments. Enics Elva offers services effecting everyday lives around the Globe.

Mr. Kase holds an MBA and has extensive experience in management positions in the electronics industry, as well as several years of lecturing on management topics in Estonian institutes of higher education. With his great professional experience and knowledge and passion for developing, Mr. Kase is an excellent choice to lead Enics Elva and to take it to the future.



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