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Trebor International Names New General Manager

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Trebor International Names New General Manager

Trebor International recently announced the promotion of Kelly Davis to the position of General Manager. Kelly joined IDEX in early 2011 as the Operations and Quality Manager, transitioning to the Director of R&D and Operations the following year. During this time, Kelly’s operational expertise contributed to significant improvements in on time delivery to customer request date, process lead times, first pass yield, and inventory.

Prior to joining IDEX, Kelly worked as a Senior Operations Lean Manager with Ultradent Products, as a Consultant (focused on Growth & Profitability) with MEP Utah, and as a Manufacturing Engineer with Mity Lite, Inc. Kelly has also held several board positions with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), and is the founder and current chair of the Semiconductor Technical Community with SME. He attended Utah Valley University where he studied Engineering Design & Technology Management. In addition, Kelly has a variety of professional certifications and is a certified Lean Practitioner and a Six Sigma Black Belt.

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