Michael Seltzer Joins Zentech as Chief Commercial Officer


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Zentech Manufacturing is pleased to announce that Michael Seltzer has joined the Zentech leadership team as Chief Commercial Officer.

Michael has over 35 years of experience providing customer solutions in the military/aerospace EMS sector, most recently serving at Benchmark Electronics in a number of roles that include VP of Business Development. Michael also served as VP of Sales and Marketing at Suntron and has a strong track record of delivering superior customer outcomes, by building strong teams at companies small and large, earning customer trust, and acquiring competencies/facilities relevant to our core customers. He will contribute significantly to Zentech’s leadership team and customer experience. His primary responsibilities will include oversight of the Zentech Sales & Marketing teams.

Michael joins Zentech following the strategic acquisitions in Dallas, TX and
Bloomington, IL earlier this year. When combined with the legacy facilities in Baltimore, MD and Fredericksburg VA, Zentech now encompasses over 200,000 square feet of manufacturing space and 11 SMT Lines.

Zentech is proud to have been considered an essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic and grateful to its employees for maintaining uninterrupted operations.

Steve Pudles, President and CEO stated, “We are excited to have Michael’s 35+ years of EMS experience to round out the Zentech leadership team. Michael’s presence will accelerate Zentech’s solution delivery for High Reliability Military, Aerospace and Medical customers, and I am excited to welcome him to the Zentech team.”

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