CERcuits Welcomes New Operations Manager

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CERcuits announced that Ruben Mangelschots has joined the company as Operations Manager.

Before joining CERcuits, Ruben worked at Intersoft Electronics where he was active within Testing and Software as lead engineer test development. Ruben is a Master in industrial engineering with experience in process management, QA/QC, and production. 

Ruben will be the first operations manager to be employed at CERcuits. In his role he will be responsible for the production and quality of the products as well as playing a key role in the strategic direction of the company.

Commenting on today’s announcement, CERcuits’ founder Frederik Luppens said, “We are extremely excited to have Ruben join CERcuits. His engineering background combined with a tremendous drive for results and a quality mindset will bring the operational side of our company to the next level. This will allow our company to continue its current growth path.”


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