Prism Electronics has reinforced its commitment to quality and premium service with two new senior staff appointments.
Prism has strengthened its operations team to ensure that it continues to provide excellent service to existing clients whilst also being able to quickly integrate new customers into its operations. The new appointments will help the company to meet increasing demands for its services and provide a platform for future growth.
New head of operations Paul Williams joins Prism from e2V Technologies where he was production manager. He brings with him a wealth of experience stretching over more than 20 years gained in operations roles at Truck-Light, Crane Fluid Systems and CEGO Ltd.
As head of Prism’s manufacturing operation Paul’s remit is the effective leadership and strategic development of operations functions as well as to further improve the company’s key performance areas of quality, cost and delivery. Paul will also oversee improving new product introduction to surpass customer expectations and help to expand the company’s customer base.
Steve Zwirlein joins Prism as production manager. Steve has key management experience gained in production management roles for a number of Japanese blue chip electronics manufacturers. Reporting to the new head of operations, Steve’s role at Prism is to manage resources within the manufacturing area to ensure that customer requirements are met and exceeded.
Prism Managing Director David Aspinall said: “Making appointments like this during the current economic climate demonstrates our continued commitment to providing the best possible service to both new and existing customers. We are delighted to welcome Paul and Steve to the Prism Electronics team.”
Prism Business Development Director David Dickin added: “Our aim is to provide our customers with long-term manufacturing support. The mix of people we have in our team gives us the capability to deliver highly effective services to help our customers at every stage of the product lifecycle – providing support from initial design through to end of life.”