Solon, Ohio, USA – March 6, 2020 – Valtronic, full-service electronic contract manufacturer dedicated to medical devices, announces a change in leadership at the helm of Valtronic Technologies (USA) Inc.
Mark Semkoff joins Valtronic as the new President of our North American operations effective immediately. Mr. Semkoff brings twenty years of experience in the medical device industry. His track record comprises senior management roles encompassing contract manufacturing, custom product design, operations, and supply chain management – thus the full range of Valtronic’s offering. He has acquired experience in general management as head of Lisi Medical Remmele, specialized in high-precision medical machining and AMETEK Medical Interconnects, specialized in medical interconnects and assemblies. He holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from the Oklahoma State University.
Valtronic Group CEO, Rainer Platz said “We are very pleased that Mr. Semkoff is joining our global leadership team. With his broad experience, he will play an important role in further developing the Group’s leading position as full-service medical device contract manufacturer in the North American market. His deep knowledge of the market in many areas of medical devices as well as his strong customer orientation are invaluable assets for our core mission of delivering innovative and high-quality medical devices”.
“I am excited to join Valtronic”, said Mr. Semkoff. “I am impressed with their product and technology innovations, their global footprint, and their excellent customer service. I look forward to adding my twenty years of medical device contract manufacturing experience to continue and strengthen the Valtronic culture.”
Jay Wimer, former President and General Manager of Valtronic USA is leaving the Group to pursue other interests. We warmly thank him for his contribution to our company’s growth and wish him full success in his future endeavors.
Valtronic is a full-service contract manufacturer dedicated to medical devices. Worldwide companies rely on our 35+ years of experience to develop, industrialize and manufacture innovative Class I, II & III medical devices, including active implants. Our expertise includes turnkey devices, microelectronic assembly and miniaturization. Headquartered in Switzerland, our company spreads over three continents with manufacturing sites in Switzerland, the United States and Morocco and employs more than 350 employees worldwide.