Management puts succession plans into place. Justin Carrière, having held multiple positions throughout Orientech’s operations, becomes a shareholder and General Manager at Orientech, while Ivan Stecko enters retirement.
The new management restructures operations to match best business practices while empowering Orientech’s talented team members to live by our core values: respect, honesty, and transparency.
One of the most critical learnings during this process was that industry-wide, lead times were rarely respected.
Orientech set out to change this paradigm; throughout the restructuring process, we partnered with the best in industrial automation and became an even more flexible automation integrator. These partnerships, aligned with our core values, have given Orientech the reputation of delivering on time while backing quality and workmanship in the process.
Orientech, automation integration with integrity. ( View partners )
Continuously investing in R&D, rather than taking risks in the marketplace, is part of Orientech’s DNA.
To bring Orientech into the future, re-investments in operations continued, most importantly, by helping its people evolve further while attracting new team members to join us.
Industry 4.0 is also introduced in the offices, from 3D prototyping printing, CNC prototyping, and Cloud Computing. An important transformation to everyone’s daily office life was the integration of Google’s G-Suite, as the backbone to certain of our operations, which is bringing unparalleled collaboration between team members.