Murrietta Circuits Appoints Christina Lane Business Development Manager


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Andrew Murrietta, CEO and co-owner of Murrietta Circuits, announced that his company has appointed Christina Lane to the position of business development manager. Located in the Northern California, Lane will handle all business development in the region of the country as well as select national accounts.

Lane has held key sales positions in a number of companies and most recently was the owner of her own firm, Inline PCB. She comes to Murrietta with a strong background in PCB and PCBA business development. She is known for her resourceful prospecting and lead generation, as well as closing major business.

When making the announcement, Murrietta commented, “We are very excited to have someone with Christina’s experience and talent. In the short time she has been on board she has already brought us some very interesting opportunities. We look forward to working with Christina in the years to come.”

Lane added, “ I believe that this is the right time for me to join an outstanding company like Murrietta Circuits with their ability to provide tier one customers with a complete synergistic solution (design, fabrication and assembly) under one roof. I know of many companies who are looking for this type of service and since Murrietta has their ISO-13485 Medical Certification I will start there.  Reaching out to the medical electronics industry across the nation, I will find ways for Murrietta Circuits to help those companies ramp up medical supply production in this time of shortages. I look forward to working with Andy and the rest of the team at Murrietta Circuits.  I look forward to introducing them to both my current customers and new target customers as well.”

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