Libra Industries Hires Joe Anderson as Sr. Director of Business Development

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Libra Industries, a privately held systems integration and electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, is pleased to announce that it has hired Joe Anderson as Sr. Director of Business Development headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. Anderson is an established global sales executive more than 20 years in the EMS business.

Anderson will be concentrating on developing business growth for Libra’s North American factories (Cleveland, Dayton, Dallas and Mexico) in the highly complex electronic system integration marketplace with a focus on the high reliability industrial, medical and aerospace and defense sectors.

Prior to joining Libra Industries, Anderson served as Director of Business Development for TT Electronics for more than 12 years, where he was instrumental in the company’s expansion and revenue growth, and played an integral role in the business development training of the Business Development Team and the Customer Focused Team Department.

Anderson commented: “I look forward to developing Go-to Market Strategies, delivering value to establish relationships with high-level senior managers in targeted companies. I work intimately with customers to integrate design, engineering, manufacturing and supply chain needs to support and realize customers products.”

Outside of work, Anderson enjoys golf, skiing, and travel with his wife Stacey, daughter Chelsea and son Nolan.

Libra Industries continues to invest to provide customized manufacturing solutions for its customers’ complex product requirements, through its broad range of capabilities, with the most capable manufacturing team in the industry.


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