A Few of Our Crew

TRANS_0002_Alan J. Amoro Name: Alan J. Amoro
Position: Machinist
Years at the Company: 4 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: Having the pleasure of working with my father (Al Amoro). Thank you Nancy…
Summary of your role:
Operate different types of machines such as CNC Lathe, Bridgeport, Chucker. Work with other departments on manufacturing problems. Maintain a safe and productive work atmosphere.
“Go Trans-Tek.”
 TRANS_0001_Eleuterio Amoro Jr. Name: Eleuterio Amoro Jr.
Position: Shop Supervisor
Years at the Company: 38 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: Well organized clean environment with fun people.
Summary of your role:
To maintain, distribute and machine the highest quality parts for our product.
Name: Deb DeBonee
Position: Coil Winder/Assembly
Years at the Company: 14 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: Easy commute
Summary of your role:

Filling in customer orders. Winding coils perfectly for assemblers.
TRANS_0003_Jim Groom Name: Jim Groom
Position: QC Tech
Years at the Company: 3
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: Watching the planes take off and land at the airport behind us during break times.
Summary of your role:
Inspect, test, and calibrate transducers.
TRANS_0004_Patrick Brian Hamilton Name: Patrick Brian Hamilton
Position: Shipping and Receiving
Years at the Company: 3.5 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: The company takes great care of its employees.
Summary of your role:
Prepare all orders to be shipped to customers, receive all shipments that are delivered to Trans-TeK into the building and the company network. Small handy work around the building.
Name: Billie-Jean Lee
Position: Sales Coordinator
Years at the Company: 3 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: That Trans-Tek is a small, family-owned company with a friendly but professional atmosphere. Fostering customer relationships both domestic and international.
Summary of your role:

Sales: work with customers to provide order confirmation. International & Domestic shipping: all aspects. RMA process form start to finish to ensure customer satisfaction. Assist director of sales.
Name: Dan Mertzlufft
Position: Director of Domestic & International Marketing/Sales
Years at the Company: 2 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: Acute customer focus
Summary of your role:

All inquiry-to-order aspects including quoting, general and specific marketing, customer support (pre and post-sale), contract negotiations, business development, and risk-reward analytics.
TRANS_0005_Lewis Rabinovitz Name: Lewis Rabinovitz
Position: Machinist
Years at the Company: 27 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: Pleasant working environment with fellow employees.
Summary of your role:
Machining and producing parts for customers specifications. Making sure the quality is to the best of my ability.
TRANS_0000_Guy Reale Name: Guy Reale
Position: Production Manager
Years at the Company: 3
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: The talented and knowledgeable people I work with.
Summary of your role:
It’s my responsibility to make sure our team has what they need to meet our customer’s expectations of quality and on time shipments. Purchasing, vendor administration and production planning are some of my daily tasks.
Name: Diane Shippee
Position: Electronics Assembler
Years at the Company: 11 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: Learning the different aspects that go into making the different products.
Summary of your role:
I take a whole bunch of tiny parts and thin wires and turn them all into a working unit.
TRANS_0006_Jon Tougas Name: Jon Tougas
Position: Q.C. Technician
Years at the Company: 5 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: The comradery.
Summary of your role:
Inspect, calibrate, and test transducers.
TRANS_0007_Linda K. Webb Name: Linda K. Webb
Position: Assembly Supervisor
Years at the Company: 32 years
Favorite aspect of working at Trans-Tek: You’re treated like a person not a number, ordinary people doing extraordinary things, the art of our methods of work.
Summary of your role:
Executor of Assembly Jobs, training persons for assembly, work with Engineering on prototype products, I promote Safety and always look for new methods of assembly to make the job easier, keeping high product quality. Find Assemblers strengths and weakness to ease work flow and cross train in other areas when possible.