Saline Lectronics hires 18 on surging business

A number of key numbers are spiking at Saline Lectronics. Think revenue and staffing levels.

The Saline-based electronics manufacturer has watched its revenue rise 30 percent over the last year. It is coming off a record first quarter so far this year and it is set to exceed its revenue growth this year.

"We have experienced a lot of continued growth with our existing customers," says Davina McDonnell, director of marketing for Saline Lectronics.

Saline Lectronics does circuit board manufacturing and most other manufacturing functions in the electronic field. Some of its larger customers include the likes of Boeing and NASA. The growing business from them has allowed the 12-year-old company to hire 18 people over the last year, expanding its staff to 162 employees. It currently has three open positions for technicians and account managers.

"We're definitely on track to continue our hiring streak, and keep training new staff," McDonnell says. She expects Saline Lectronics to hire up to another 20 people this year.

Source: Davina McDonnell, director of marketing for Saline Lectronics
Writer: Jon Zemke

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