Luis Müller Appointed to Celestica’s Board of Directors


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Celestica Inc., a leader in design, manufacturing and supply chain solutions for the world's most innovative companies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Luis Müller to its Board of Directors, effective August 31, 2021. 

Müller has 25 years of business and technical leadership in the semiconductor industry. In 2014, he assumed his current role as Chief Executive Officer and board member of Cohu, Inc., a Nasdaq-listed global leader in back-end semiconductor equipment and services. Prior to joining Cohu, Mr. Müller co-founded Kinetrix, Inc. and later joined Teradyne, a Nasdaq-listed advanced test solutions company, when it acquired Kinetrix. 

“We are happy to have Mr. Müller join Celestica’s board,” said Mike Wilson, Chair, Celestica’s Board of Directors. “We will benefit from his deep experience in the semiconductor industry, as well as his extensive background in strategic planning, international operations and corporate development.”

Müller has a PhD in Mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Universidade Federal Santa Catarina. He also has the requisite financial experience for audit committee purposes.

Following his appointment, Celestica’s board of directors will have 10 members.

 

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