Saint Paul, MN June 7th, 2018

Reell Precision Manufacturing, a world leader in small package position and motion control, announced that Ron Nelson has been promoted to Vice President of Global Operations.  The announcement was made by Reell’s President and CEO, Kyle Smith.

“It is clear Ron is a great fit for this position and I am excited to have him take on this new role,” said Smith. “Since joining Reell in 2014 as Global Sourcing Manager he has significantly improved the rigor in collaborating with our supply chain base by implementing a supplier scorecard program and a Strategic Supplier Plan of Action. Ron’s improvements have greatly helped Reell grow and succeed. He has also consistently demonstrated his servant leadership skills and commitment to Reell’s culture and values.”

Prior to coming to Reell, Ron had extensive experience in supply chain, operations, and quality. He previously served as the Vice President of Operations at MetroMark/Technomark and Chief Operating Officer at Precision Navigation. Ron holds a BS in Business Administration, multiple certifications, a Mini Master of Quality Management, Dr. Chester Karass Certification in Effective Negotiation and leadership development from Dale Carnegie.

Ron is the proud father of a West Point cadet and enjoys cheering on the West Point Black Knights. On weekends, you may find him on the golf course or exploring a new restaurant with his family. Ron enjoys travel and has been to 25 different countries so far.

Reell Precision Manufacturing provides high-quality innovative solutions to transmit torque, control angular position and protect delicate components from excessive force. Combining the world's most precisely controlled torque technology with the industry's most experienced engineering team provides a perfect product fit in customer applications. Reell's patented technology is widely used in the consumer electronics, automotive, aircraft interiors, medical technology, workstation furniture, kiosk/data terminal, and architectural lighting industries.