Dr. Meredith LaBeau certified by Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business

Meredith LaBeau

LaBeau gains innovative and transformative business skills for growing American PCB manufacturer CALUMET, Mich. (Mon. Aug. 2, 2021) – Calumet Electronics is proud to announce that Chief Technology Officer Dr. Meredith LaBeau has received advanced education and certification from the prestigious Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. It is part of the company’s continued […]

Rapid growth, increased production, and expanded facilities heightening jobs demand

Calumet Electronics Inside Factory

Calumet’s capital investments expected to boost local economy with 75+ new jobs CALUMET, Mich. (July 29, 2021) ― Calumet Electronics is announcing the addition of 75 new jobs as the company continues to invest in next-generation technology and expands its facilities in Calumet, Michigan. As a progressive leader in the domestic printed circuit board (PCB) […]

Calumet Electronics names Chief Technology Officer to lead next-generation technologies

Dr. Meredith LaBeau

Dr. Meredith LaBeau expands leadership of organization CALUMET, Mich. ― Calumet Electronics has elevated its commitment to producing on-shore, next-generation printed circuit boards for the American electronics industry with the appointment of Dr. Meredith LaBeau as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Naming a CTO is an essential step in strengthening Calumet’s corporate structure and advancing its […]

General Manufacturing Machine Operators

General Positions at CEC

A Copper Plating Operator is responsible for the operation, quality checks, and maintenance of manufacturing’s high-volume automated copper plating lines. The copper plating lines consist of an automatic hoist, a series of chemical baths, and a computer control system that stores recipes for individual customer parts. An operator’s primary responsibilities include loading and unloading production panels from the line, conducting in process inspections to ensure the quality of the product, performing maintenance tasks to ensures the equipment is in proper working order, and working with engineers to make improvements.

Estimated Earnings: $30,657 – $42,570

Mission Technologies and Calumet Electronics build solutions to help customers grow business

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Rep Spotlight – Mission Technologies Mission Technologies represents OEM electronic components and systems that provide its customers with leading-edge technology and manufacturing solutions. The company’s values and industry position align perfectly with those of Calumet Electronics. Mission and its predecessor, Tricord Technologies, which the company acquired in 2016, have been partners with Calumet in the […]

Calumet in the Keweenaw Report – Calumet Electronics is Hiring

Calumet Team

Keweenaw Report reached out to Calumet Electronics’ Todd Brassard to discuss the company’s headquarters expansion and what that will mean for hiring in the area. INTERVIEW PREVIEW: KR: How long have the expansion plans been in the works? Todd Brassard: Since 2000 the electronics industry in the United States has been shrinking manufacturing, moving it […]

Young Calumet engineers working to re-energize U.S. electronics

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Sam Traynoff is exceptional at engaging in critical thinking, problem-solving, and exploring advanced technologies. Most important, at Calumet Electronics, he gets to have a direct impact on the success of process engineering while learning from some of the best in the industry.

Supporting Calumet Electronics teaching and cross-training culture

Employee spotlight: Tina Rule

Employee Spotlight: Tina Rule – Primary Imaging AOI Operator Tina Rule is an Automated Optical Inspection (AOI)/ Primary Imaging Operator at Calumet Electronics. Since she started in 2019, her growing mastery of Primary Imaging has helped her to achieve cross-trainer status. She now helps train many Calumet employees in the best practices in the Primary […]

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