Bolingbrook, IL, September 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, one of North America’s leading suppliers of display, exhibit, and event solutions has added 33 new employees to its roster of staff in its three facilities since April, making a total of 67 employees since the beginning of the year. A wide range of posts from Art Assistant to West Coast Sales have been filled for open positions in the company’s Bolingbrook, Niles and Las Vegas facilities. Orbus is also proud to promote and transition three employees from its Bolingbrook headquarters to its new facility in Las Vegas.
Aaron Kozar, previously the Director of Graphic Operations at the Bolingbrook headquarters, has been named Vice President of Orbus’ West Coast branch in Las Vegas, NV which opened in early August. “Having an Orbus facility on the West Coast is a wonderful opportunity for the company and I am honored to be a part of its development,” said Kozar.
Ernesto Vega and Miguel Ortega, also migrated from the company’s Bolingbrook headquarters to Las Vegas to lead other departments. The Las Vegas facility also recently added eight new employees to its roster. “We are excited to have Aaron, Ernesto and Miguel leading our new teams in Las Vegas,” said Giles Douglas, President & CEO of Orbus Exhibit & Display Group. “The Las Vegas facility opens lots of opportunities for us and we are thankful to have strong leaders on board.”
Orbus Exhibit & Display Group has also added 25 new positions in its growing Bolingbrook and Niles, IL facilities since April. “Each new employee brings fresh enthusiasm into our company,” said Douglas. “Combine that with existing expertise and we can provide the best possible products and customer service.”
The Orbus Exhibit & Display Group is a market-leading, privately owned group of companies that specialize in the manufacture and trade only supply of portable modular and custom modular, exhibit and display, products, graphics and solutions. Companies within the group include Orbus365, SignPro Systems, and Origin.