Delta-Q Names New VP
Delta-Q Technologies (Delta-Q) announced that Brooke Hanson has joined the company as vice president of operations, a position responsible for heading Delta-Q’s global supply chain and growing its manufacturing footprint.
In her new role, Hanson will oversee Delta-Q’s geographically dispersed, multiple line, 400,000-unit plus manufacturing and supply chain operation. This includes fostering the company’s tier-1 contract manufacturing relationships and overseeing the team of supply chain and logistics professionals.
“Brooke is a driven and experienced operations leader that will play a vital role in furthering Delta-Q’s growth within the global battery charger market,” said Steve Blaine, co-CEO and executive vice president of engineering & quality. “Brooke’s leadership in technology and manufacturing logistics will help Delta-Q continue to drive the industry toward widespread electrification and sustainability as we expand our manufacturing and supply chain footprint to meet the needs of our partners and customers.”
Hanson has more than 20 years of experience in the IoT market, leading teams in operations, analytics, logistics and production. In her new role, she will drive innovation and automation across Delta-Q’s product, procurement, and manufacturing procedures. As a member of the senior management team, she will also provide strategic operational and process development leadership to ensure efficient allocation of supply chain resources and to maximize profits and quality system wide.
“I am excited to join Delta-Q’s team and continue its impressive expansion in the global equipment manufacturing sector,” said Hanson. “Delta-Q is changing the way manufacturers view battery-powered technologies. I am eager to continue this modernization and advance its vision, while cultivating relationships with global partners.”
Prior to joining Delta-Q, Hanson was the vice president of operations at HAVEN by TZOA. Previously, she served as the director of global supply chain for Sierra Wireless in Canada, managing 12 manufacturing partners and an annual budget of $500 million. She earned her Master of Business Administration in management from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
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