Circuit Connect Names Paul LaLiberte Operations Manager

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Circuit Connect has appointed Paul LaLiberte to the position of operations manager. In his new role, Laliberte will assume responsibility for all operational functions including manufacturing, engineering and quality.

An industry veteran who literally grew up in printed circuit board shops, LaLiberte started his career in his own family’s PCB company, working his way through a number of positions from entry level jobs to key upper management positions. His most recent engagement was as operations manager for Electropac in Manchester, New Hampshire.

"We are extremely pleased to have someone of Paul's experience, knowledge and abilities running our company. We have always believed in investing in our company, which to us also means finding and hiring the most qualified people possible. At Circuit Connect, we believe that business is all about the people and that hiring the very best people ensures our success. Hiring Paul certainly exemplifies that philosophy. We are very happy to have him on board," said Bob Lazzara, President of Circuit Connect.

"I have to say I am thrilled to be here. I have known of Circuit Connect for years but it was only when I came here a few weeks ago did I get a true understanding of their capabilities and most importantly technology. This is one heck of a company with a very wide range of printed circuit board offerings. I am happy to be a part of this team," LaLiberte commented.

About Circuit Connect

In business for over 25 years we have always prided ourselves in being to provide our customers with the very best PCB value in the industry today. Whether you are looking for flex and rigid flex boards, high tech rigid multi-layers in small to mid-volume production or quick turn prototypes we at Circuit Connect are dedicated to making sure that we are consistently giving our customers the exact PCB solution they need to be successful. At Circuit Connect it is all about our customers.

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