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Chuck Saba appointed General Manager at Caton Connector

May 24, 2016 AM Published by Gary Paul | Leave your thoughts

CSabaKingston, MA – Caton Connector, high voltage connector and cable assembly specialist, announces the promotion of Chuck Saba to General Manager / Director of Engineering.  Mr. Saba will be responsible for the daily operations and overall direction of Caton.  In addition to his new responsibilities, he will retain his role as Director of Engineering, providing leadership and support in all design and development efforts.

Saba joined Caton in the fall of 2015 to take on the role of Director of Engineering bringing a diverse background in Engineering, Project Management, Sales and Operations. His 25 years of industry experience in manufacturing coupled with his educational background made him a natural selection for the current promotion. “Chuck brings unique perspective and the leadership skills necessary to enhance the strategic direction and growth of Caton as we move forward,” said Dan Galambos, President of Caton Connector

Mr. Saba earned his BS degree in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University and MBA from Babson College.

About Caton Connector

For more than 40 years, Caton Connector has been the preferred source for High Voltage Connectors and Cable Assemblies.  Building on the demands of high profile programs such as AEGIS, PATRIOT and MIL-STAR, Caton has developed the most reliable, High Voltage, Corona-Free cable assemblies and placed this technology into each of our standard designs.

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About Caton Connector

Since 1973 Caton has been the preferred souce for high voltage connectors and low voltage assembly solutions. Our products operate at voltages up to 100 kVDC and have partial discharge levels as low as 2 pC at voltages up to 40 kVRMS and 60 kVDC. Our high voltage connector insert configurations have up to 19 conductors, multi-shields and use single, double and triple extruded silicone cable and are built to lengths of up to 300 feet.

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