Palmdale, CA – March 12, 2012 – Senior Systems, an award-winning Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider of printed circuit board assemblies and electronic products announced the addition of another key member of the management team. Don Jeffery has joined the Southern California firm as Director, Supplier Management.
Mr. Jeffery is an experienced electronics industry executive with an extensive background in supply chain management acquired while with Honeywell, Symbol Technologies, and, most recently, Plexus, where he was Corporate Materials Manager located in Appleton, Wisconsin. He holds a B.A. in Business Studies from Western International University.
"Don’s addition to the team underscores our commitment to strategic optimization of our global supply chain for continuous flexibility, value and success," noted Senior Systems President/CEO Tim Morrissey.
Senior Systems, a semi-finalist for the 2011 Operational Excellence Awards presented by the Supplier Excellence Alliance (SEA), welcomes this key addition to its management team as the company continues to enhance its recognized leadership in the areas of supply chain management and lean manufacturing.
A leading EMS provider, Senior Systems specializes in high reliability, “high-cost-of-failure” assemblies. From printed circuit board assemblies (PCBA) to full system integration and box-build, the company exceeds stringent quality requirements to ensure products work the first time and all the time.
Senior Systems provides contract electronics manufacturing services to advanced technology companies primarily in the Medical, Commercial/Industrial, CleanTech and Military/Aerospace sectors. The company’s capabilities include design for manufacturability and testability, prototype and production circuit board assembly, materials procurement and control, manufacturing and test engineering support, complete box-build, and final product packaging and logistics. Senior Systems is ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485:2003 and AS9100 certified, ITAR registered and FDA registered to build medical devices/products.