Onshore News: Schilling Robotics, Inc. expands team to drive customer satisfaction and system
Posted on 14.11.2008 - 14:00 UTC in GENERAL NEWS by Rons_ROV_Links
Schilling Robotics, Inc. announced the expansion of its operations team with the addition of Don Revelino as director of quality, health, safety, and environmental (QHSE), Randy Baker as director of engineering services, and Michael Moody as supplier development manager. Schilling, a leading global producer of subsea control systems, Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV), and other high-technology equipment and services for oil and gas subsea exploration and production, is growing at a 40% rate and is rapidly expanding its customer base around the world. Additionally, a core objective at Schilling is the improvement of operational Up Time for its products.
Revelino brings to Schilling over 24 years of experience in high-technology product manufacturing, focusing on advanced quality systems, assembly technology, and new product design quality. With his legacy of success in executive-level quality and reliability control in the electronics field with Intel, NEC, JDS Uniphase and TDK, his expertise is directly relevant to Schilling's initiative to improve its QHSE systems. Revelino earned his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from California State University at Sacramento and has published numerous technical articles on advanced printed circuit assembly and quality. Revelino commented, "I'm very excited to lead the team responsible for continuously improving Schilling's quality, reliability and safety management systems that will increase our product Up Time. As demand for reliability and safety of subsea equipment increases, these systems are critical for Schilling and its customers to maintain leadership in the industry. A primary goal will be to keep our employees focused on delivering products of exceptional quality that will continue to meet our customers' growing expectations."
Baker brings to Schilling 12 years of experience in the engineering services field with Litton APD, Kavlico, and Pentair. As such, his expertise in developing, implementing, and auditing engineering and quality business practices makes him a distinctive asset to the Schilling engineering and operations teams. He holds a B.A. from California State University at Santa Barbara. Baker commented, "I am eager to dig into the engineering and operation's processes that support Schilling's design and manufacture of subsea equipment. My objective is to implement processes that are robust and scalable, while enhancing speed-to-market and product Up Time goals in the field."
Moody brings to Schilling 27 years of experience in fast-paced electronic manufacturing with leading companies including GE Aerospace, St. Jude Medical Center, Cummins, and Pentair Water. Moody's diversity of experience gained at these companies will enable him to substantially augment Schillings' capability to match the technical and product reliability requirements of its customers with the most effective suppliers available. Moody has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology from Purdue University.
Schilling's senior vice president of operations, Paul Whalen, and vice president of engineering, Steve Callori, commented, "At Schilling we are committed to continuously improving the products and services we offer our customers and we believe that our goal to lead the industry in product Up Time will strengthen our market advantage for years to come. The three individuals who have joined us bring the added experience we need to support of our focus on the improvement our products - from design, to our supply base, and throughout our entire manufacturing process."