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Chris Swain

Production Liaison

Production Liaison

Chris Swain, Equilibar’s Production Liaison, uses his strong people and technical skills to make sure the channels between our Engineering and Production departments stay clear and effective.

“At Equilibar, the day tends to fly by when we experience a bit of a rush of orders,” Chris said. “Having a little extra responsibility on my plate helps me to maintain focus and constantly work towards ensuring all tasks are accomplished on time.”

Chris has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautical Science. He had a successful career building and maintaining websites in the early days of the internet.

“My main objective in coming back to work was to find a fun, friendly, relaxed group of people that enjoy working together and enjoy the work they are trying to accomplish,” Chris said. “Equilibar is a perfect fit for me in each of these aspects.”

Like many of our team members, Chris is an avid biker. “In the past couple of years I’ve discovered the incredible joy of jumping on a bike and flowing over the rolling hills of Western North Carolina,” he said. “The scenery is always beautiful, the exercise is beneficial, and my mental state after a ride is always a TEN!”

Chris has traveled to many countries around the world and has visited Equilibar colleagues in Korea. “International travel is a new passion of mine, discovered late in life,” he said. “There are so many cultures to explore, so many spots of natural beauty to see, so many new and yummy foods to ingest! I’ll be traveling as much as possible until the end of my life.”

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