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Product Development Opera

Viasystems Anaheim, CA

• Assist in the research and development of new processes. • Operate one or more machines simultaneously • Independently perform standard machine… Viasystems

30+ days ago

Quality Generalist

Viasystems Anaheim, CA

• Perform First Article’s on pre and post rout as well as fabrication including: Mechanical dimensions; Optek, calipers, and hole gauges… Viasystems

30+ days ago

Pre-Production Planner

Viasystems Littleton, CO

• Execute new orders given by supervisor and/or through departmental priority list • Read, understand and interpret lead sheets, prints and order… Viasystems

30+ days ago

Legend Operator

Viasystems Toronto

A Legend Operator will make the screens necessary to put the component marking on the PCB and perform both non-conductive and conductive via fill… Viasystems

30+ days ago

Estimating Specialist

Viasystems Toronto

  • Review and interpret customer specifications and blueprint drawings. • Respond to incoming customer inquiries and needs in an efficient… Viasystems

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Viasystems CEO David M. Sindelar
David M. Sindelar
7 Ratings
  • It could be so much better

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    Good upper management skills in the US operation. Well thought out business opportunities. Opportunity to learn new skills and grow with company.


    Poor upper management skills in Asia operation. Lack of concern, regard for employees lives outside of work. Mistaking movement for progress.

    Advice to Management

    It would be nice if upper management would consider bringing some of the business back to the US. While the "Bottom line" looks better up front with business in Asia, believe this is misleading. The expense of missed deliveries, frustration and poor treatment of US vendors, has caused a real crisis here in the real world. The fact that we are now using more and more vendors from China and surrounding countries, is a real issue.

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