Lenthor Engineering Adds Salina Galindo-Luna to their Executive Team


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California-based designer, manufacturer and assembler of rigid-flex and flex printed circuit boards, Lenthor Engineering announces the addition of the newest member of their executive staff, Salina Galindo-Luna. Salina has assumed the position of Production Control Manager and will help Lenthor improve their services by streamlining production processes and eliminating waste in an effort to promote sustainable change.

David Moody, Director of Sales and Marketing, said, “As our new Production Control Manager, Salina will serve as the lead on promoting responsive communications from manufacturing to our customer base. Her extensive background in sales operations, workflow demand and global sourcing make her the perfect candidate to champion this process. We’re very excited to have her on board.” 

Salina has an extensive background in marketing and sales operations from her 15 years at Taylor Made where she assumed various analyst and management positions. She also spent time as a senior buyer at Celestica helping to develop and implement strategies for materials and supply chain. In addition, Salina also brings with her a Lean certification.

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