Renkus-Heinz has announced new team members joining its in-house production, engineering and support staff, as well as the promotion of a long-time staff member.
Ramon Guerrero, who originally joined the company in September of 1985, is now a production planner, where he is working to ensure effective flow of production at the Orange County-based manufacturing facility. His long history with Renkus-Heinz includes stops in production, engineering and sales.
Additional moves include:
— Daniel Lee is the company’s newest mechanical engineer. He has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Pacific as well as a background in designing low-voltage life-safety equipment systems.
— Tony Freed joins the customer service team. Previously he’s held a variety of sales and service roles in addition to serving in the U.S. Army’s Aviation division as an E-4 Specialist.
— Konrad Berreth also joins customer service. Prior to signing on with Renkus-Heinz, he worked in customer service and tech support at the Mesa Safe Company.
“We’re excited to announce the Renkus-Heinz family is growing,” says company president Matt Czyzewski. “Our new hires will join the design, manufacturing and support teams at our Orange County headquarters. While they’ll each look after different parts of the business, each new position will be focused on ensuring we do everything possible to offer our customers the very best in terms of steerable sound.”