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The Electroviews editors have been carefully selected from the electronics manufacturing community together with experts in web marketing and search engine optimisation. Our editors have been chosen because of their in-depth industry knowledge and their ability to offer objective opinion on the articles, content and promotional information submitted.

Electroviews is always looking for editors to help spread the word to the electronics community. If you would like to become an editor, please contact us, identifying your industry experience and the electroviews guide you would like to edit.

Paul Wilson
Managing Editor


Paul Wilson

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A genuine ‘all-rounder’ and ‘heavyweight’ within the electronics manufacturing industry.

Graduating from Nottingham University with a Chemistry degree he entered the manufacturing sector as a graduate trainee within the food sector in the early 1980’s before quickly taking up an Assistant Production Managers role with one of the UK’s largest (£66M T/O) contract electronics manufacturers. He quickly progressed to the role of Production Manager before broadening his experience as the company’s Engineering Manager.

Next stop for Paul was Samsung UK where he operated as the Production Manager of their CCTV plant in Billingham, Cleveland, UK and it was here that he had his first exposure to lean manufacturing techniques and kaizen. During this time he was very fortunate to travel to South Korea to observe how Samsung approached topics such as staff development and welfare, continuous improvement and cost reduction.

Inspired by his experiences with Samsung he then took up further roles within the UK electronic manufacturing sector firstly as Materials and Manufacturing Director and later at 33 years of age became Managing Director of both an electronics manufacturing company and a precision metal engineering company supplying major blue chip OEMs.

He has since developed a range of businesses and in 2003 set up a new business offering training services and interim management solutions to the electronics manufacturing sector.

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