Innovative Circuits Appoints New Plant Manager


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Innovative Circuits Inc. has announced that John Cestaric has joined the firm to further expand on it fabrication capabilities.  John comes with over 25 years of industry experience, many of which have been spent in a plant/production manager role with some of the largest board fabrication companies in the world.

John joins Innovative as plant manager and will be overseeing plant operations including both engineering and production units.   When asked about taking on this role with Innovative, John said, “I am thrilled to join a company that is a leader in high reliability, quick turn rigid-flex, flex and multilayer boards.  I look forward to working with a team of talented, passionate associates who excel in every level of the organization.”

Innovative President George Schudy said, “Innovative Circuits is very fortunate to bring someone of John’s caliber and experience to our organization, especially during this period of growth we are experiencing.  Adding John to an already strong management team will make Innovative a very attractive source for complicated rigid and rigid flex builds."

About Innovative Circuits

Innovative Circuits is a leading provider of printed circuit boards, rigid flex and flex circuits.  Since 1998 Innovative has maintained a high visibility in defense, aerospace and commercial applications with capabilities that range from the simplest single layer flex circuits to highly technical multi-layer rigid boards. Innovative’s success has been predicated on providing built in customer-centric services to insure quality throughout the fabrication process.  From concept to completion Innovative is an invaluable partner for bare board fabrication. 

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