Green Circuits Sees Strong Growth with New CEO


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Green Circuits, a full-service Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) partner to leading OEMs, is pleased to announce that the appointment of its new CEO, Michael Hinshaw, has led to growth significantly outpacing the market while delivering exceptional performance serving highly sophisticated and demanding customers since his arrival 18 months ago. Hinshaw refocused the company on core strengths, reorganized the management team, restructured the sales organization, and is implementing scalable processes and systems to align with growth plans over the next several years.

Prior to Green Circuits, Hinshaw led and managed as COO, a privately held diversified US manufacturer with five divisions, approximately 2,500 employees, and 26 locations across 17 states reporting to him.  He drove a transformation to streamline the business, leading to broad commercial and financial improvements.  Among his key accomplishments, during the early stages of COVID-19, he pivoted his plants to produce more than one million PPE gowns to support the healthcare industry, going from concept to production in less than a month.

Hinshaw has brought a broad range of US manufacturing leadership experience to Green Circuits, having worked in chemicals, consumer products, home furnishings, metalworks, energy, transportation, and semiconductors. 

During his 28-year career, he has served as an advisor or executive for private and public companies, and was a McKinsey consultant for five years, serving companies in the US, Europe and Asia. Hinshaw received an MBA from the Darden Graduate School at the University of Virginia, was a Morehead Scholar at the University of North Carolina. 

Green Circuits specializes in quick-turn prototypes, new product development, and early-stage production to speed customer product launch.  The spectrum of markets served includes defense, medical, robotics, automation, satellite, automotive and aerospace.

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