Sonoma County circuit board maker Masterwork Electronics names Mathur CEO

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Rohnert Park-based circuit board maker Masterwork Electronics has appointed Bhawnesh Mathur as its new CEO.

The announcement July 23 stated Mathur has successfully worked in various roles throughout the electronics industry, ranging from assignments in plant management and global supply chain logistics to driving cross-border efforts and efficiencies in global and regional teams. Prior to joining Masterwork, Mathur was CEO of Creation Technologies for four years and CEO of Epic Technologies for five years.

Previously, Mathur spent two formative decades at IBM.

Originally from India, he graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering before going on to receive his MBA from the University of Arizona.

“I’m excited to join the team and help propel Masterwork Electronics into its next stage of growth as we continue to focus on superior service, innovative solutions and a high-performance culture for the benefit of our customers, suppliers and employees,” stated Mathur in the Sonoma County company’s announcement.

Its headquarters are in the North Bay, and it has production facilities in Mexicali, Mexico. A major investor is Hidden Harbor Capital Partners, a private equity firm.

“Bhawnesh brings a wealth of strategic leadership gained from his 30-year career in electronics manufacturing, with cross-industry insight from experience at a range of companies on both the customer and supplier sides,” stated David Block, partner at Hidden Harbor, in the announcement. “His deep industry knowledge in electronics combined with his proven executive experience make him the perfect candidate to lead Masterwork during this exciting time in the company’s growth.”

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