ASA Electronics announces personnel move

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ASA Electronics named Joe Caban as its operations supervisor.

The Indiana-based company said his responsibilities will now include supervising the shipping and receiving department. He was promoted from production supervisor, where he was responsible for warranty and fabrication, and he will continue in his previous responsibilities.

“Joe’s experience and demonstrated talents have made him a natural choice for operations supervisor,” ASA Electronics operators manager Kurt Wood said in a statement.

“He came to ASA from Best Buy as a master installer. His expertise in electronics and installation made him a perfect fit to run the fabrication and warranty departments.”

Caban has been at the company for four years.

“Joe’s common-sense approach and knowledge of end-item application helped him to guide builds in fabrication,” Wood said. “He has been able to monitor all processes and lead in improvements to accuracy and in the quality of the parts produced. He was instrumental in promoting change within fabrication that has now become an ongoing process of continuous improvement with each person in the department.”

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