Mike Carano Joins the Averatek Team as Vice President of Quality

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Averatek is pleased to announce that Michael V. Carano has joined our corporate leadership team as Vice President of Quality.  Mike brings 40 years of electronics industry experience to Averatek, with special expertise in manufacturing, chemicals, metals, semiconductors, medical devices, and printing. 

“Creating this new role in our organization demonstrates the Averatek commitment to growth and continuous improvement”, says CEO Haris Basit. “As a veteran executive with a background in process control, Mike will help us to add value for our business partners, customers, and the industry. His R&D experience will be a real asset as we bring more groundbreaking new products to market.”

A recognized thought leader, subject matter expert (SME), and author, Mike holds 7 US and 20 foreign patents. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors, a Committee Chair, and as an Instructor for the IPC global industry association.

“Averatek has been doing exciting work, and there is a refreshing start-up culture of trust and hardworking creativity here,” Mike says. “I am passionate about helping to take this company to the next level.”

Prior to joining Averatek, Mike was the VP of Technology Business Development at RBP Chemical Technology, and the Global Director of R&D and Applications Engineering for the OM Group.  He holds a B.A. in Chemistry and an M.B.A.

Mike can be reached at carano@averatek.com.

About Averatek
Averatek is a technology innovation company that develops and manufactures key chemistries, and licenses their associated advanced processes, for: very high-density printed circuit boards, semiconductor packaging, RF and millimeter-wave passive components, simplified assembly to aluminum. For more information, contact our leadership team at info@averatek.com.                                                 


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