EPIC Appoints Mathur CEO PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 23 June 2008 08:45
NORWALK, OH – EPIC Technologies named Bhawnesh Mathur CEO, effective June 23.
Mathur has nearly 30 years’ experience in electronics with such companies as IBM, Arrow Electronics, and Sanmina-SCI.
EPIC’s former CEO, John Sammut, will guide Mathur during the transition and will remain on the board of directors.
Randy Haight, who had acted as interim CEO, will also resume his role on the board.
EPIC is a specialty electronics manufacturer in the high-mix, low-to-medium volume segment of the industry, providing turnkey services from board layout, test development, prototype testing, PCB assembly, and box build to customers in the medical, automotive, telecommunications, and industrial equipment markets.
Last Updated on Monday, 23 June 2008 08:47


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