Vexos Appoints John Wilkinson as SVP and GM for Ohio Facility

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EMS firm Vexos has appointed John Wilkinson as the new SVP and GM for its LaGrange, Ohio electronics manufacturing facility, effective November 2, 2015. 

In this role, Wilkinson will be responsible for all operational aspects for LaGrange and play a key role in the continued growth and development strategies. He will report directly to David Buckley, president and chief executive officer.

Wilkinson's experience spans over 15 years in manufacturing with extensive experience in plant operations and transformational leadership. He recently served as plant manager for a large seamless tubular manufacturer based in Lorain, Ohio.

Wilkinson holds a Bachelors in Business and Organizational Communications from the University of Akron.



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