Saint-Hubert, Québec, January 14, 2019 – Michel Farley, President and CEO, Varitron Group, is pleased to announce the appointment of Sylvain Duval as Corporate Services Director, Value Engineering. This newly created position is designed to meet the new needs of Varitron customers and of the market the company serves.

An engineer by training, Mr. Duval has wide-ranging experience in both engineering management and business development in the high-tech, telecommunications and IT sectors. During his career, he has developed expertise in operations management, products and services, project and risk management, sales and marketing, as well as research and development (R&D) processes. He got his start in the industry with Nortel, spending 10 years there before striking out on his own entrepreneurial path, co-founding companies specialized in high-tech products and engineering services.

Capitalizing on his skill at working in a constantly evolving environment requiring superior adaptability and the capacity to work in partnership with leaders in their fields, Mr. Duval will oversee the following areas at Varitron:

  • Ultra-fast (3-to-5-day turnaround) prototyping (at the Mirabel, QC, plant)
  • Electronic products design engineering
  • Design for X (DfX) services
    • Design for Manufacturing (DfM)
    • Design for Testing (DfT)
    • Design for Supply Chain and Design for Procurement (DfS & DfP)

About Varitron

Ranked among the leading EMS (electronic manufacturing services) companies in Northeastern North America, Varitron is a leader in electronic product assembly operating in most leading-edge industries such as smart grids, military, optics, aeronautics, transportation, security, telecommunications, automated systems and medical support. Varitron's success depends on its team of experts and dedicated professionals. The company attaches great importance to the satisfaction of its customers and is firmly committed to meeting their objectives while respecting their requirements.  

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