“Thanks to the success of the Clearlight and AreaMax product lines, it is time to increase our capacity and engage “state of the art” manufacturing methods.”
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 02, 2014
With the increase in demand for their LED lighting products, Evluma welcomes two new employees, Sales Manager, Paul Jamerson, and VP of Operations, Anthony Arns.
Sales Manager, Paul Jamerson, joins Evluma starting January 1, 2014. Mr. Jamerson is based out of Pass Christian, MS and will be serving the Midwest and Central Gulf region working in tandem with VP of Sales and Marketing, David Tanonis, based out of California. With a BS in General Engineering from the University of Illinois and a focus on energy efficient lighting products, Mr. Jamerson has considerable sales and operations experience in industrial and energy conservation markets. “Evluma was previously acquainted with Paul’s ability to develop solutions, manage and support utility market lighting projects,” said David Tanonis. “We look forward to having the direct benefit of his expertise.”
Anthony Arns joined Evluma August 2013 as VP of Operations. With extensive experience in the Aerospace Industry, Mr. Arns specializes in manufacturing process improvement, global supply chain negotiations and developing collaborative strategies. “Thanks to the success of the Clearlight and AreaMax product lines, it is time to increase our capacity and engage “state of the art” manufacturing methods,” said Keith Miller, President and CEO of Evluma. “Hiring Anthony is key to developing our LEAN/TPS manufacturing process in a way that will not only support our high standard of quality, but will keep pricing competitive as we expand.”
“2013 has been a great year for Evluma. Our sales and support team creates the foundation for the growth we anticipate in 2014.”
Formed in 2008, Evluma is committed to developing environmentally low impact LED lighting solutions that are affordable and long lasting. Evluma’s high standard of customer service enables a constant feedback stream to their Seattle, Washington Manufacturing and Research Facility to create products that meet the needs of the utilities and contractors they work with every day.