Columbia Tech Names Mark Baker Senior VP of PCBA Operations


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Columbia Tech, the product development and contract manufacturing subsidiary of Coghlin Companies Inc., is pleased to announce that Mark Baker has joined the Columbia Tech leadership team as Senior Vice President of Printed Circuit Board Assembly (PCBA) Operations.

Baker brings more than 20 years of printed circuit board and manufacturing operations leadership to the position, including extensive industry-relevant experience at OnCore Manufacturing Services LLC, CTS Electronics Manufacturing, and Solectron. Baker has many notable accomplishments in his past roles including driving 6S and factory floor Lean reconfigurations, achieving and maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction and associate morale through focused team collaboration, and bringing great expertise to appropriate capital equipment investments for low to medium volume, high-mix work that drives operational efficiency and lower costs for our customers.

"We are excited to have Mark on board and look forward to his daily leadership, focused approach and ensuring world class quality and on-time delivery to our client base with unsurpassed consistency," said Columbia Tech Executive Vice President and General Manager,Gerry Burns.

About Columbia Tech

Columbia Tech provides Time to Market Services at WARP SPEED™ including engineering design, manufacturing, global fulfillment and aftermarket services. Columbia Tech clients include innovation leaders in the life-science, pharmaceutical, bio-discovery, alternative energy, semiconductor, power management, LED, medical device, data storage, defense, homeland security and digital and molecular imaging industries. Columbia Tech is a subsidiary of Coghlin Companies, Inc., a fourth-generation, privately-held, concept-to-commercialization firm.

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