Delta Group Electronics Names Mary Royal Acting General Manager


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EMS firm Delta Group Electronics Inc. has promoted Mary Royal to acting general manager and James Lee to production manager of its Fayetteville, Arkansas facility.

Royal had previously served as the Arkansas Account Manager for more than 10 years, providing customer service and sales management to Delta’s customers in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Lee joined Delta Group Electronics two years ago, having served in a variety of roles in operations. Both promotions are effective immediately.

Ron Reef, Regional Manager for Delta’s Arkansas and Florida operations, stated that the promotions reflect strong prior job performance and the commitment of Delta Group to promote high-achieving personnel. He added, “We are excited to announce these promotions. Mary and James have proven their capabilities to accept additional responsibilities within Delta’s Arkansas facilities. This is another step in our commitment to our customers in this region of the U.S.”

About Delta Group Electronics

Founded in 1987, Delta Group Electronics, Inc. is a full-service Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) company offering low and mid-volume turnkey services for its customers in the aerospace, defense, medical and commercial industries. Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Company also has assembly operations in San Diego, Dallas, Fayetteville, Arkansas and Rockledge, Florida with administrative offices in St. Louis. The Company’s quality management certificates include IS013485, AS9100C and ISO 9001:2008.

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