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Capstone Green Energy Corp. appointed Emer Higgins as its new vice president of operations, according to a Nov. 27 press release.
Higgins will oversee Capstone’s manufacturing, procurement/planning, warehouse, environmental, health/safety and facilities departments.
Her responsibilities include ensuring smooth operations, optimizing resource utilization and maintaining a safe and compliant work environment, the release stated.
Prior to joining Capstone, Higgins held several senior operations positions for companies including InBrace, Ormco Corp., Rolls Royce, Callaway and Goodyear.
According to the release, Higgins has a “strong understanding” of manufacturing processes, supply chain management and continuous improvement technologies.
“I am excited to join the Capstone team and contribute to the company’s continued growth and success,” Higgins said. “I am passionate about operational excellence, and I look forward to working with the team to enhance our processes, improve efficiency and deliver exceptional results for our customers.”
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