Insulectro Appoints Industry Veteran Benoit Pouliquen to Advisory Board


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Insulectro, the largest distributor of materials for use in the printed circuit board and printed electronics industries, has appointed industry veteran Benoit Pouliquen to its advisory board.

From 1988 to 2000, Pouliquen held various engineering and management roles at Johnson Matthey Electronics, eventually being named president in 1998. In 2001, he joined Sheldahl Inc. where he served as president and CEO. In 2011, Pouliquen was appointed as CEO of The Bergquist Company, a Minnesota based manufacturer of thermal management solutions and membrane switches. When Bergquist was acquired by Henkel in 2014, Pouliquen became the President of Irvine, CA-based Henkel Electronic Materials, a position he held until his retirement in June of 2017.

Pouliquen brings exceptional credentials and unique perspective to his advisory role at Insulectro.

“Benoit has amassed considerable success and expertise, throughout the electronics industry, with his impressive resume of top management positions,” commented Insulectro President and CEO Patrick Redfern. “He is a recognized expert in supply chain strategy, leadership, mergers and acquisitions, large global OEMs, and efficient manufacturing. Plus, he thoroughly understands customers and their needs – he knows what they want. He’s a great addition to our team and we are pleased to welcome him to the Insulectro family.”

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