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Ross Lilley

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Ross Lilley Retires: A Team Member’s Look Back at 46 Years

After 46 years, Ross Lilley has announced his retirement from RBB, effective August 30, 2019. Ross shares these thoughts as he looks back:

"I leave RBB knowing that it is in a very strong position to expand as “The Small Batch Experts”. I have no doubt the company will continue to grow for the next 46 years.

RBB Sponsors Cleveland Engineering and Manufacturing Conference

RBB recently served as a Global Sponsor and Exhibitor at the Cleveland Engineering Society's Annual Industry and Manufacturing Conference held at Lorain Community College's Spitzer Conference Center.

Two Keys to Small Batch Circuit Board Assembly – Inventory & Planning

Original equipment manufacturers whose products include circuit board assemblies have an interesting challenge. Whether you're looking to grow your business or sustain a legacy product line, you must be very detailed about the component inventory you carry and the way you plan for the future. The challenge comes in trying to forecast how many pieces you'll need and when. You need to keep circuit boards on hand for your end product - but how many? By managing your inventory and planning for growth effectively, you can better position yourself for success.

40 Years of Working At RBB: An Employee’s Look Back

1973: The Early Years

In 1973, three college friends started working together in a basement.

Recap of the Biomedical MEMS and Sensors Conference 2013

The Biomedical MEMS and Sensors Conference 2013 held April 16-18 at Lorain County Community College brought presenters, exhibitors and attendees from around the US and the world to focus on MEMS technologies for biomedical applications (BioMEMS).

The Smart Business "Evolution of Manufacturing" Awards Luncheon

Last Thursday, February 7th, RBB members attended the Smart Business "Evolution of Manufacturing" Awards Luncheon at Cuyahoga Community College’s newly opened Advanced Technology & Training Center (ATTC).

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