Nordam announces organizational changes to its repair group leadership

Nordam CEO Meredith Siegfried Madden announced organizational changes in the company‘s Tulsa‐ and Wales, U.K.‐based repair divisions.

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T. Hastings Siegfried, vice chairman of the company’s board of directors, chief operating officer of its Transparency Group, and sales development leader for Asia‐Pacific, is now also responsible for the firm’s repair facility in the U.K. A joint venture of Nordam and GE Aircraft Engine Services, Ltd., Nordam Europe, Ltd., repairs or overhauls thrust reversers, nacelles, engine and exhaust components.

Phil Marshall, vice president and general manager of the Nordam Interiors & Structures Division, is now also responsible for its Repair Division. The Tulsa facility repairs a wide range of aerospace parts, including thrust reversers, nacelles, flight control surfaces, engine and exhaust components and radomes. Customers include commercial airlines, air‐freight carriers and the military.

“The added assignments align well with existing skills and responsibilities of the two leaders,” Madden said. “Phil brings significant manufacturing experience to our Repair division, which not only repairs parts but also manufactures radomes and spares, while Hastings’ international sales and operation experience meshes well with our U.K. division and international joint‐venture activities.“

The reorganization comes after Basil Barimo, former Nordam Repair Group executive vice president, resigned to accept a position with a non‐competing, Florida‐based company.

Companies: NORDAM

Industries: Aerospace

Terms: Business

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