Burhan Capar to Manage Compunetics' PCB Fabrication Business

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BurhanCapar.jpgCompunetics Inc. has named Burhan Capar as its new general manager. Capar, a renowned PCB industry expert, will be directing overall sales and operations at Compunetics. He brings an impressive set of credentials to his new position, including 26 years of experience in sales, marketing, operations management and executive management of a multi-site, high-end PCB manufacturing company. Capar also possesses an electrical engineering degree from SUNY New Paltz.

Capar explains, "I am honored to be chosen for this position. I am grateful to Dr. Coraluppi and Joe Kasunich for the opportunity. What drew me to Compunetics is their superb technology, advanced capabilities and some of the most talented workforce in the industry. Compunetics is a class act in the industry. I am confident that Compunetics will continue to be one of the best and most reliable printed circuit manufacturers in the future. Significant recent investments in equipment and planned future investments will make Compunetics one of the leading technology companies."

Early priorities of the new GM include accelerating operational excellence projects and building a network of sales professionals.

Joe Kasunich, Compunetix Chief Operating Officer, said, "The dynamics of this multi-talented leader will have a tremendous impact on the overall growth and sustainability of the PCB division and the Compunetics company as a whole."

About Compunetics Inc.

Compunetics, a subsidiary of Compunetix Inc., was established in 1968 and has since been engaged in the design and manufacture of special systems for complex information processing applications. In 1969, the company began manufacturing printed circuit boards. Currently, Compunetics' capabilities include the fabrication of rigid, flexible and rigid-flex printed circuit boards.


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