Euless, Texas – June 11, 2013 – HM Dunn Aerospace (www.hmdunn.com), a leader in the global distribution of superior quality aircraft components, kits, assemblies and large monolithic part structures, announced today the appointment of Rick Rosenjack as the company’s Chief Operating Officer. In his new role, Mr. Rosenjack will be responsible for all company operations at HM Dunn Aerospace manufacturing locations. The company has facilities in Euless, Texas; Wichita, Kansas; and St. Louis, Missouri.
“Rick is a dynamic, results-oriented leader who brings a tremendous amount of aerospace industry experience to his new position, said Phil Milazzo, Chief Executive Officer of HM Dunn Aerospace. “Highly respected in the aerospace community, he is known for his unparalleled, customer-first focus and proven track record for improving sales, backlog, and profitability. HM Dunn will benefit greatly from his expertise in operations and customer service on a global scale, and I look forward to working with Rick as a valued member of our team.”
Mr. Rosenjack has spent more than 25 years in the aerospace industry and has served in a number of senior leadership positions in operations, sales and marketing, program management, and aftermarket services. Prior to joining HM Dunn Aerospace, he was the Vice President and General Manager of PCC Aerostructures (formerly Heroux Devtek Aerostructures), a leading Tier II supplier of highly engineered metallic and composite parts, kits, and assemblies to the global aerospace industry. There, he oversaw global operations. Rick also led the team that developed long-term agreements for a significant majority of the company’s sales, launched agreenfieldsite designed to maximize production at low costs, and increased customer satisfaction levels.
Prior to PCC Aerostructures, Mr. Rosenjack enjoyed a 20-year career with Textron, a multi-industry company with a global network of aircraft, defense, industrial and finance businesses. At Textron, he served as Senior Vice President of the Commercial Bell Helicopter Business with responsibility for $1 billion in annual sales. During his tenure, Mr. Rosenjack also was responsible for programs including Airbus, Boeing, Cessna, Gulfstream, and Lockheed. In addition, he served as a board member of the Bell/Agusta Aerospace Company.
“HM Dunn has an enviable track record in the aerospace industry, and I look forward to strengthening partnerships with all of our customers while building the business,” said Mr. Rosenjack. “We want our customers to view HM Dunn Aerospace as an integral partner in executing their long-term strategic plans. I am confident that we will achieve this level of success.”
Mr. Rosenjack is a graduate of Bethel College and the Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management, where he received his Master of Business Administration degree. Additionally, he completed management programs at both Harvard University and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
About HM Dunn:
HM Dunn Aerospace (www.hmdunn.com) is a provider of structural components to the premier global OEM and Tier 1 commercial aerospace, corporate and regional aerospace and defense aerospace industries.
A privately held corporation headquartered in Euless, Texas with operations in Wichita, Kansas, and St. Louis, Missouri, HM Dunn Aerospace Inc. specializes in working with the latest high-tech and exotic materials components to create sub-assemblies and large monolithic part structures for fixed wing and rotary aircraft. The HM Dunn Aerospace business has approximately 500 employees.
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