Circuitronics Names Tim Harmon VP of Operations


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Circuitronics is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Harmon to vice president of operations.

Harmon holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Drexel University's LeBow College of Business. He started out as a manufacturing engineer more than 18 years ago, and has gained valuable industry experience along the way.

"Tim has a rare mix of technical expertise and management acumen; collaborating with him daily to meet our customers’ goals – Tim stands out as a leader to the team and partner for our customers," said Harsha Deivanayagam, Sr. Director of Business Development, Circuitronics. "We're excited to have him on the team!"

Recognizing that a company is only as good as the people it keeps, Circuitronics has invested heavily in training and employee development over the years. The company continues to provide its employees with opportunities for development and growth. Circuitronics is certified to ISO 9001:2008, IPC J-STD-001 and IPC A-610, as well as ITAR registered.

About Circuitronics

Circuitronics is a premier electronic manufacturing services (EMS) company that caters to the needs of customers requiring higher technology and reliability in the industrial, energy, mil-aero and communication markets. The company is centrally located and the right size to offer responsiveness, agility and customer focus. Circuitronics offers complete EMS services including PCBA, system assembly, NPI/prototyping, supply chain solutions and advanced engineering services. For more information, click here

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