Norsk Titanium Adds Aviation and Defense-Industry VeteransMarch 2, 2016
Norsk Titanium, New York, NY, a manufacturer of aerospace-grade titanium components using its rapid plasma deposition additive-manufacturing process, has appointed three seasoned aviation and defense-industry executives to its commercial team, in response to robust aerospace demand. Steve Carrington joins the company as vice president, sales; Tony Prezioso as vice president, contracts; and Nicholas Mayer as vice president, product development.
“We have been inundated with titanium structural-part drawings and quotation requests from large aircraft OEM clients,” comments Chet Fuller, chief commercial officer. “In response, we are aggressively growing our commercial organization to extend supply contracts, drive new aerospace deals and ensure we match our human resources to the escalating needs of our customers.”
Carrington previously served as vice president, business development, L-3 Communications, as well as holding executive and managerial positions for companies in the U.S. and international defense markets. Prezioso built his career at Bombardier Aerospace, most recently as director of contract. Mayer previously held leadership positions with Northrop Grumman, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Lockheed Martin and Seabury Global Aerospace & Defense.
See also: Norsk Titanium AS
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