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Benchmark Electronics Announces Changes Among Officers
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ANGLETON, Texas, May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Benchmark Electronics, Inc. (NYSE: BHE), a global provider of manufacturing, engineering and design services, today announced changes among its executive officers.

In April 2017, the Company announced plans to relocate its corporate headquarters from Angleton, Texas to the greater Phoenix, Arizona area and to consolidate its corporate staff in Arizona beginning in May 2017.

Jon King, Executive Vice President of Global Operations, will not be relocating to Arizona, but has agreed to remain with the Company and assist in the transition of his responsibilities to his successor when that person is named.  Paul Tufano, Benchmark's President and CEO, stated "Jon has dedicated over 20 years of his life to Benchmark and has helped make it the successful company that it is today.  His colleagues in the Company are indebted to him for his service, and we appreciate his willingness to remain involved with our operations through this transition period."

The Company also announced that Greg Cominos, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing, will not be relocating to Arizona and has decided to pursue other interests.  Mr. Tufano will assume responsibility for the sales and marketing organization until a successor for Mr. Cominos is named.

About Benchmark Electronics, Inc.
Benchmark provides worldwide integrated electronics manufacturing services (EMS), engineering and design services, and precision machine services to original equipment manufacturers in the following industries: industrial controls, aerospace and defense, telecommunications, computers and related products for business enterprises, medical devices, and test and instrumentation.  Benchmark's global operations include facilities in seven countries, and its common shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol BHE.


SOURCE Benchmark Electronics, Inc.

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