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Dorigo Systems appoints VO operations

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Dorigo Systems, Burnaby BC-based contract manufacturers of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) in the Pacific Northwest, announced that Alexander Chassels has been appointed as vice president of operations. 

Chassels is responsible for the day-to-day leadership of the company and play a major role in developing and delivering upon corporate vision, with a focus on increasing operational efficiency, reaching new customers and driving overall growth.

“Dorigo is currently focused on expanding our capabilities, and we are excited to have found the right person to oversee operations at this crucial moment,” says Mark Pillon, P. Eng., president and CEO of Dorigo Systems. “We know that Alex, with his proven track record of industry success and deep-rooted passion for company culture, will help usher in an era of even greater productivity and success for Dorigo.”

In addition to providing strategic leadership to Dorigo’s staff, Chassels will also oversee the company’s transition into a custom-built corporate campus measuring over 105,000 square feet.  The new building will rank among the most sophisticated electronics manufacturing facilities in the country and will allow Dorigo to provide customers even greater speed, quality assurance and on-time-delivery.


“I am inspired to be joining such a talented, entrepreneurial-minded company that is clearly focused on the customer and providing a valued experience.” Chassels adds. “It’s an exciting opportunity to make an impact and support Dorigo’s next stage of growth.”

Chassels joins Dorigo with more than 20-years of experience growing technology product companies through strategic design, modernization and cultural transformation. Since moving to British Columbia 15 years ago, Chassels has been an active member of the technology community, working first for Creo, Kodak, and more recently for Alpha Technologies, where he served as the VP of operations. He holds a BA in Philosophy and Chemistry from the University or Arizona.


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