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Cambric Appoints an Industry Veteran as President for Its New Managed Services Business

Dépèche transmise le 9 février 2011 par Business Wire

Cambric Appoints an Industry Veteran as President for Its New Managed Services Business

Cambric Appoints an Industry Veteran as President for Its New Managed Services Business

SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cambric Corporation, a global provider of engineering services, has announced leadership for its Cambric Managed Services (CMS) subsidiary. Cambric formed CMS to build upon its proven 20-year track record of high-end, innovative engineering solutions and to address its clients’ demand for strong program management and multidisciplinary product engineering solutions to meet today’s rapidly changing design and manufacturing challenges. Cambric has hired professional services industry veteran Ronald Rainson, P.E., to serve as president of CMS. The new company is headquartered in Chicago, with an office in Peoria, Illinois.

“Industry-leading manufacturers are redefining their traditional contracting practices for outsourced engineering services”

“Industry-leading manufacturers are redefining their traditional contracting practices for outsourced engineering services,” according to Timothy P. Hayes, president and CEO of Cambric Corporation. “Today, companies are increasingly emphasizing broader-scope, turnkey projects utilizing specialized capabilities and requiring full program management. CMS will go beyond traditional outsourced engineering to provide services that yield improved efficiency and cost savings. While cost is always an important consideration, and Cambric will continue to provide competitive engineering services, Cambric Managed Services will allow us to effectively meet the requirements of those companies that also want to outsource a broader turnkey program which more fully integrates our capabilities and those of our industry-leading partners.”

Rainson joins Cambric Managed Services with a long and distinguished track record of founding, managing, and growing professional services organizations in the U.S. and abroad. Again according to Hayes, “We are delighted to be able to attract Ron to Cambric. In addition to all of his knowledge and experience in exactly the segments in which we and our clients are most interested, Ron has a strong background in organization building, including strategic alliances with other synergistic industry partners that are necessary to address the broader engineering innovation solutions market.” Rainson has experience with gas and electric power generation, water and wastewater utilities, environmental issues, control systems, and bioengineering – in addition to his last 10 years concentrating on the design of heavy equipment. He has managed resources in the U.S., the U.K., Germany, and India, as well as marketed to the Republic of South Africa and the People’s Republic of China. Rainson will manage Cambric Managed Services from Peoria.

“I have watched engineering outsourcing grow from a U.S. manufacturer’s desire for inexpensive modeling and detailing to a need for broad solutions and worldwide support. Cambric, with years of careful selection of engineers and extensive ongoing training requirements, has a team of senior professionals able to meet the needs of the most demanding client,” says Rainson.

“By continuously expanding our capabilities over the last 20 years, from digitization to major system, multidisciplinary design, Cambric has steadily increased our ability to help our clients’ innovation capacity. Cambric Managed Services is just the latest step in that value engineering progression,” concludes Hayes.

About Cambric Corporation

Cambric provides global engineering services to some of the world’s most prestigious heavy-machinery, motor vehicle, powertrain and aerospace manufacturing organizations. Since its incorporation in 1989, Cambric has become a worldwide leader in engineering. Cambric is a U.S. company with engineering centers and customer-focused project managers around the globe. www.cambric.com

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