Hintz was previously the global supply chain director for the personal safety division at 3M. He has also been VP of North America supply chain planning for Ecolab and operations manager at Delphi Automotive Systems.
In his new role, Hintz will work to scale manufacturing and supply chain operations to support Minnetronix’s growing number of customers. Minnetronix presently supports more than 100 medical device companies in its four key technology segments: optical systems, RF energy, stimulation and active wearables, and fluid and gas management devices.
“Travis’ breadth of experience working with global companies across the spectrum of supply chain, procurement, production, and planning will be invaluable to support our growth,” said Minnetronix Medical CEO Jeremy Maniak. He added that Hintz’s experience integrating acquisitions, leveraging supply chain technology, and aligning processes make him a fit for the growing company.