Matt Turpin Appointed President of Zentech

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Matt Turpin has been appointed President and COO of Zentech Manufacturing. Matt joined Zentech in May of 2006 as Executive Vice President and since that time has worked diligently to establish Zentech as one of the premier electronics contract manufacturing companies in the Mid-Atlantic States.

Zentech Manufacturing, Inc. is pleased to announce that Matt Turpin has been appointed President & COO of Zentech Manufacturing, Inc.

Matt joined Zentech in May of 2006 as Executive Vice President and since that time has worked diligently to establish Zentech as one of the premier electronics contract manufacturing companies in the Mid-Atlantic States.

In his new position, Matt will report to Brad LaPray, Founder and CEO. He will continue to lead the day-do-day activities at Zentech, while taking on new responsibilities related to customer service and strategic planning.

Matt has 26 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry and has held leadership positions in operations, quality and product development. He spent most of his career at Spirent Communications as vice president of product development and operations leading a global manufacturing and engineering organization.

Having brought hundreds of products to market quickly and reliably, Matt has spent his entire career in manufacturing. After spending significant time in Asia on supply chain missions, he recognized the critical need for highly-capable US-based contract manufacturers and joined Zentech in May 2006.

Matt is married with two adult children and currently resides in Rockville, Maryland. He has a B.S. in Business from the University of Maryland.

About Zentech Manufacturing, Inc.:
Zentech provides contract manufacturing and engineering services to companies with complex electronic assembly and/or high-reliability product requirements. In business since 1998, Zentech is a privately held corporation and has been featured in the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies in two of the last four years.

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