Integrated Contract Manufacturing & Development of Medical Devices, Instruments & Disposables
|Aircom Expands Engineering Capabilities with Seven New Engineers|
|Tuesday, 29 July 2008 10:45|
Aircom Manufacturing Inc. has recently bolstered its Engineering Department with the addition of seven engineers.
As a premier contract manufacturer, Aircom has been steadily growing its equipment and personnel to meet customer needs in the life sciences, telecommunications and automotive industries, just to name a few.
Aircom and its subsidiary, Medivative Technologies, LLC, welcome Tom Shake, Jeff Schwegman, Ken Trimpe, Marc Christie, Caleb Coburn, Jon Huffer and Rob Till to the team of 25 engineers at its northeast side Indianapolis location.
Tom Shake, of Indianapolis, has joined Aircom as a Manufacturing Engineer. He formerly was a Test Engineer for General Dynamics Space Systems, working on the Atlas, Atlas/Centaur and Titan/Centaur rockets.
Jeff Schwegman, of Indianapolis, has joined Medivative Technologies as a Project Manager. A graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Schwegman has been designing and developing medical devices since 1999.
Ken Trimpe, of New Palestine, has joined Aircom as a Project Manager. He holds an MBA from Kelley School of Business and most recently was Program Manager at Guide Corporation.
Marc Christie, of Fishers, has joined Aircom as a Project Engineer. A graduate of Purdue University, Christie previously was Lead Mechanical Engineer with ATI Systems, a division of GARDA World Security.
Caleb Coburn, of Carmel, has joined Aircom as a Senior Engineer/Project Manager. With a mechanical engineering degree from Rose-Hulman, Coburn previously worked with Streamline Design, Virdev and Roche Diagnostics.
Jon Huffer, of Bloomington, has joined Aircom as Project Manager. With an MBA from St. Francis University, Huffer holds numerous patents and has been in project management for more than 20 years.
Rob Till, of Avon, has joined Aircom as a Senior Engineer/Project Manager. With a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Till brings nearly three decades of experience in designing medical devices and telecommunications products, previously working with Hill-Rom, Trivirix and AT&T Bell Laboratories.