CIRCOR Names Vincent Sandoval President, Aerospace & Defense

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Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Vincent Sandoval: Photo credit CIRCOR

Provider of valves and other highly engineered products for markets including oil & gas, power generation and aerospace & defense,  CIRCOR International, Inc., inform that Vincent Sandoval will join the Company as Group President—CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense effective March 19, 2014.

CIRCOR add that Mr. Sandoval currently is the President of TransDigm Group, Inc.’s Semco Instruments subsidiary, which designs and manufactures sensors and harnesses for use on various commercial and military airframe and engine platforms. Prior to joining TransDigm in 2010, Mr. Sandoval served 20 years in positions of increasing responsibility with Parker-Hannifin Corporation. He replaces Michael Dill who is leaving the Company to pursue other opportunities.

“I’m excited to welcome Vince to CIRCOR,” said President and CEO Scott Buckhout. “Vince has a proven track record of improving the operational performance and organic growth of global businesses under his command. I am confident that he is the right person to take the reins at CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense, as we continue to pursue our goal of improving operating margins, improving customer relationships and leveraging our existing businesses in this key segment.”

Sandoval said, “In joining CIRCOR, I see a tremendous opportunity to leverage my aerospace experience and expertise in building upon a strong foundation to drive improved operating results. CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense produces equipment on a number of exciting platforms with key customers that I believe we can leverage into significant additional growth. I also look forward to working with the entire CIRCOR team to execute on the Company’s growth and operations strategy.”

About CIRCOR International, Inc.
CIRCOR International, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets valves and other highly engineered products for markets including oil & gas, power generation and aerospace & defense. With more than 7,000 customers in over 100 countries, CIRCOR has a diversified product portfolio with recognized, market-leading brands that fulfill its customers’ unique application needs.

http://investors.circor.com
 

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