PCX Aerostructures, LLC has appointed Jeff Frisby as President and CEO, succeeding Alan Haase, the company said.
Frisby has been on the PCX Board of Directors since February 2016 and has recently served as Executive Chairman of PCX, advising the management team on all aspects of business development and operations.
He most recently served as President and CEO of Triumph Group, a USD 3.9bn public company that designs, engineers, manufactures, repairs, and overhauls a broad portfolio of aerostructures, aircraft components, accessories, subassemblies, and systems.
Frisby is an Independent Director of Astronics Corporation and Quaker Chemical Corporation, and a graduate of the Wayne Calloway School of Business and Accountancy at Wake Forest University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business.
PCX Aerostructures is a supplier of highly engineered, precision, flight critical, and structural assemblies for rotorcraft and fixed wing aerospace platforms. The company serves defense and commercial markets as well as the power generation industry.
The company focuses on producing complex parts machined from hard alloys. It is also a producer of large structural airframe assemblies, providing direct delivery of components and large assemblies to customers such as Airbus, Boeing, General Electric Aircraft Engines, Bell Helicopter, Sikorsky and Triumph Aerostructures.
PCX Aerostructures is owned by RFE Investment Partners, 24/6 Capital Partners, and PCX management. RFE Investment Partners, based in New Canaan, CT, is a private equity investor with over 35 years of lower middle market buyout experience investing in growth companies in partnership with entrepreneurial management teams.
PCX has manufacturing facilities in Newington, CT, Mansfield, TX, and Ronkonkoma, NY.