Christopher Cummins Named Abaco Systems COO

Christopher Cummins Named Abaco Systems COO - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Christopher Cummins

Christopher Cummins, former chief operating officer of the Colson Group, has been appointed to the same position at embedded computing systems manufacturer Abaco Systems.

Abaco said Monday that Cummins will oversee the company’s manufacturing, engineering, quality, procurement and logistics functions in his new position.

He has managed a global supply chain during his tenure at Colson and previously held senior executive roles at multiple global technology companies.

Huntsville, Alabama-based Abaco produces rugged computing and electronic systems for use in land, maritime and aerial platforms.

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