Hector Quintanar has over 30 years of experience in both domestic and international High Tech markets along with diverse experience in quality, manufacturing, supply chain management, and project management.
Mr. Quintanar holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Instituto Politecnico in Mexico City, Mexico. He also trained in Manufacturing Incorporated Strategies from Harvard University in Boston, MA. Mr. Quintanar is also a founding partner of QHE Logistics - a worldwide transportation service, a partner of GES Returns - an asset recovery business, and partner of Trade Management Solutions - LP. A 4PL Supply Chain Integrator and Technology Service Solutions Provider.
Mr. Quintanar began his career in Xerox Corporation and held multiple positions to key executive levels in Quality Assurance and Operations Management. In his career in XEROX Corporation, his responsibility included ISO 9002 certification, Business Process Improvement, Corporate strategies, and Manufacturing Operations.
Mr. Quintanar also served in several senior management roles for Dell Inc. His responsibilities were in Manufacturing and Supply Chain related positions such as Mexico Re-configuration Plant Manager, Operations Manager, International Logistics Manager, and Project Leader for Latin America facilities start-up. During his 10-years at Dell Inc., Mr. Quintanar played a critical role in the international growth of the company.
One of his key roles was establishing the Dell Direct Model of products supply from USA factories to the Latin-America market and leading of Dell Brazil Manufacturing Center start-up. Lately Mr. Quintanar has managed to expand his companies with operations in Mexico City, Ensenada BC, Warehousing Operations in Miami, FL and Austin Texas.
With associates across the different organizations and the recent expansion to 50 K Sq/Ft facility in Miami FL including FTZ , Bonded Warehousing and Second Touch/Value Added Logistics Services Mr. Quintanar’s companies being able to retain business with Fortune 500 corporations for the last 16 years.