Summit Interconnect Names Doug A. Scrimes VP and GM of Anaheim Division


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Summit Interconnect has named Doug A. Scrimes vice president and general manager of the Anaheim division. Scrimes has held a number of senior leadership positions in his 35-year career in the printed circuit board industry.

Summit CEO Shane Whiteside said, “I am pleased to announce that Doug Scrimes has joined Summit as Vice President & General Manager of our Anaheim division. Doug brings a tremendous amount of experience to this role and will be instrumental in driving customer satisfaction through continuous improvement activities focused on our technology, operational excellence, and service.”

Scrimes' most recent role was with Sanmina, where he served as vice president and general manager of the Costa Mesa facility for the last five years.

About Summit

Summit Interconnect, Inc. is a high-technology manufacturer of printed circuit boards (PCBs) with operations in Anaheim and Orange California.  Summit is focused on providing advanced technology interconnect solutions for the Commercial and Aerospace & Defense industries through a wide range of PCB product capabilities including rigid, rigid-flex and RF/microwave PCBs. 

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