Lenthor Engineering Adds Joel Robbins as Business Development Manager


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Lenthor Engineering, Inc., a California based designer, manufacturer and assembler of flex and rigid-flex printed circuit boards, has added Joel Robbins in the role of Business Development Manager with primary responsibility for the South Central and South East territories.

Joel brings over 25 years’ experience in custom printed circuit board manufacturing with a high level of experience in both flex and rigid-flex, supporting defense, aerospace, medical and industrial OEMs and contract manufacturers.

Joel has held various positions of responsibility in sales and production management, methods engineering, and technical customer service.  He has worked and supported design engineers, hardware engineers, PCB layout engineers, quality managers, buyers, supply chain managers with electronic component solutions to help them achieve their goals and deadlines.

Lenthor Engineering is excited to have someone of Joel’s extensive experience join our team.

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