My first employer was IBM, up to yer 2000, when they sold our division to CELESTICA(a Canadian third party electronic manufacturer).
Celestica finally moved out from Italy and I changed in 2006 to ALMES.
ALMES was a small company to sell Asian products in Europe such as electrical small power motor and small electronic.
Since 2007 I moved to IMQ also know as Italian Institute for the Quality Mark.
IMQ is a certification company for national and international standards for both products and quality system (and more).
At IBM I made some experience for automatic manufacturing lines (operations, maintenance, training, equipment), from the handling of memories modules to optical link cards mainly related to testing operations.
At CELESTICA I made some experience on quality, manufacturing analysis, maintenance, equipment, training especially for storage system devices and power counter meters.
I also was supporting buyer and manufacturing operation as supplier engineer caring about resistors, capacitors, inductors, oscillators, LED, diodes and static relays.
At ALMES I was responsible for the laboratory both R&D and income products and selecting manufacturer in Asia. I was providing technical support to sales.
At IMQ I'm a laboratory technician with product testing for standard compliance. Originally as small electrical devices than for medical electrical equipment, but now I'm in the EMC lab.
I made several professional courses both from the companies that privately.