API Nanotronics Names Pudles CEO PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 06 May 2008 05:38
HAUPPAUGE, NY –API Nanotronics Corp. has named Steve Pudles chief executive officer. He succeeds Phillip DeZwirek, who remains chairman.
 
Pudles is the former CEO and president of Nu Visions Manufacturing, where he led the company from $10 million in revenue to more than $100 million in a six-year period. He has 25 years’ electronics industry experience.
 
API supplies electronic components and conducts nanotechnology R&D for the defense and communications sectors.
 
Pudles has worked for a number of EMS firms and was recently elected secretary and treasurer of the IPC board.
 
 
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 May 2008 05:39
 

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