Advanced Assembly Hires Jorge Ramos as Quality Assurance Manager


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Advanced Assembly, the pioneer of quick-turn PCB assembly services, is pleased to announce Jorge Ramos has joined the company as its new Quality Assurance Manager. Mr. Ramos brings more than 23 years of industry, engineering and quality leadership experience to Advanced Assembly. In this position, he will continue to strengthen the company’s high-quality standards, maintain current certifications and lead the initiative to obtain AS9100, a stringent quality certification for the aerospace industry.  

“Advanced Assembly has made significant investments in quality processes to support our rapidly growing PCB assembly business, and we have been searching for the right leader to continue moving us forward,” said Lawrence Davis, founder, and chief executive officer at Advanced Assembly. “With nearly 25 years of experience, Jorge—a seasoned quality professional with a deep understanding of process validation, ISO standards, quality systems and continuous improvement—is a tremendous addition to our team.”

Before joining Advanced Assembly, Ramos most recently served as Quality Assurance Manager at Advanced Circuits. Prior to that, he was President of Computer Cosmos IT Services and worked for 13 years at Lexmark International, where he held various leadership positions including Senior Global Product Engineer, World-Wide Product Engineer, and Quality Assurance Superintendent. Among his many achievements, Ramos has created quality monitor systems, developed outgoing inspection systems, reduced customer returns, and implemented Six Sigma processes.

“Advanced Assembly is well structured with the right people, processes, and equipment in place to dominate the market,” said Jorge Ramos, quality assurance manager at Advanced Assembly. “I’m excited to help further improve the speed and quality of the company’s assembly services and to satisfy our customers with consistent, outstanding results.”

Ramos has participated in numerous training courses and has direct experience regarding ISO 9000, ISO 14000, PFMEA, PCP, PPAP, APQP, MSA, DOE, SPC, JIT, and 5S. Outside of work, he serves as a pastor for his church, enjoys traveling and spends time with his family.

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