Greg Rodgers to Lead Zentech Business Development in Delaware Valley Region


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Zentech Manufacturing is pleased to announce that Greg Rodgers has joined the Zentech Manufacturing, Inc. team as Director, Business Development / Delaware Valley Region.

Greg is widely respected in the Delaware Valley Region market and beyond for driving innovative engineering solutions to solve the most challenging of printed circuit board electro-mechanical assembly requirements during his twenty plus years servicing the region.

The Delaware Valley Region (DVR) is comprised of the States of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

Greg’s primary responsibility will be leading Zentech’s growth initiatives in the Mil-Aero, Industrial and Medical markets in the DVR and leveraging Zentech’s certifications and past performance as a mission-critical provider the U.S. Armed Forces while opening additional markets. Zentech was the first electronics contract manufacturer (CM) nationwide certified to the IPC J-STD 001 Space Addendum Qualified Manufacturer List (QML), and is also IPC-610 Class 3 Trusted Source QML, ISO 13485 (medical) and AS 9100 (Aerospace) certified.

In addition to the Zentech offering, Greg will also be instrumental in expanding the customer base for Zentech’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Colonial Assembly and Design, featuring the ZenPRO (Prototype and Rapid Orders) service model.

 A graduate of Davis and Elkins College (B.S. Marketing and Management), Greg resides in Langhorne, PA.

John Vaughan, Vice President, Sales and Marketing of Zentech stated, “We are very pleased to have a professional and experienced salesperson such as Greg join our team to drive our growth initiatives in the Delaware Valley Region (DVR). The DVR region is part of the broader Mid-Atlantic region and Zentech’s stated goal is to be the top electronics contract manufacturer (CM) in the Mid-Atlantic. Greg’s experience, demonstrated success and relationships are very consistent with accomplishing that goal and we warmly welcome him to our team.”

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