Saline Lectronics, Inc., a leading electronic contract manufacturer, announces that Davina McDonnell recently relocated to its new San Diego, CA facility as the West Coast Business Development Manager. Davina will facilitate current customer relationships in the region and expand Saline Lectronics’ overall presence.
“Returning to her alma mater city, Davina is enthusiastic about establishing a new network in the Golden State for Saline,” said Mario Sciberras, President of Saline Lectronics. “Due to our competitive labor pricing and deep commitment to quality, opening an office on the West Coast is a natural progression. Davina and the entire Lectronics’ team are excited to bring a quality, Midwestern service to the innovative technological companies based out West.”
Davina joined Saline Lectronics, Inc. as an Account Manager. With a knack for understanding what the customer needs, Davina excelled quickly. Only 15 months into her position, she was promoted to Senior Account Manager to help facilitate larger customer accounts as well as assist in various managerial duties. Transitioning into the Business Development Manager role in November 2012 was an easy one. Davina’s inside perspective of the contract manufacturing industry as well as her commitment to clients makes the selling process a natural fit.
With a BA in Communication Studies and a background in journalism, Davina thoroughly enjoys working with different types of people and can adapt to any client situation communicating well with buyers, engineers and CEOs. She is familiar with medical, oil and gas, aftermarket automotive, and industrial clients’ needs and expectations as related to PCB assembly manufacturing.
For more information about Saline Lectronics, visit www.lectronics.net.
Saline Lectronics, Inc. is a PCB assembly house located in Saline, Michigan. The company specializes in low to mid-volume, high-mix electronic printed circuit board assemblies. In addition to its extensive knowledge of PCB assembly manufacturing, other strengths include electromechanical design, DFM, and project engineering. For more information, visit www.lectronics.net.