Micro-Coax Adds Key Managers to Support Continued Growth
May 15, 2013 (Pottstown, Pa.) – Micro-Coax added key managers in Q1 2013 to support continued growth.
Tony Shekari of Bethlehem, PA, joins Micro-Coax as the Manager of Supply Chain. Tony had previously held Supply Chain leadership roles with B. Braun Medical and Sandvik Steel. He has a BS in Industrial Engineering from Oklahoma University and a Masters in Business Administration from DeSales University. Thea Giaquinto of West Chester, PA has recently been promoted to the Manager of Customer Service for Micro-Coax. Thea has served in a variety of inside sales and customer service roles with Micro-Coax since 2000. She is a graduate of Lebanon Valley College and earned her BA in Psychology. Patrick Vander Neut of Norristown, PA joins Micro-Coax as a Project Engineer. Patrick graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. He earned his Master of Engineering Management in December of 2012 from Dartmouth College, Thayer School of Engineering.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Micro-Coax is a worldwide leader providing design expertise for radio frequency (RF) and microwave transmission line products and composite EMI shielding materials. Serving the space, military, test & measurement, telecommunications and aviation markets, Micro-Coax products have earned a reputation for the highest reliability in the toughest environments. A broad technology base allows Micro-Coax to quickly respond to customer needs with an innovative combination of coaxial cables, connectors, cable assemblies and EMI shielding materials. For more information, visit www.micro-coax.com.