Curtiss-Wright Corp. announces the promotion of David J.
Linton, President of the corporation’s Flow Control segment, and David C.
Adams, President of the Motion Control segment, to the newly created positions
of Co-Chief Operating Officers.The appointments are part of a new
organizational structure designed to drive future growth in the
high-performance aerospace, defense and energy markets the company
serves. As part of the realignment, Mr. Adams will also assume
responsibility for the Metal Treatment segment.Edward Bloom will be
retiring as President of Metal Treatment in April 2009 after 35 years of
exemplary service and has agreed to serve as a consultant to the company.
“It is with great confidence that we announce these
well-deserved promotions of two seasoned executives with strong track records
of engineering excellence and delivering customer satisfaction,” said Martin R.
Benante, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Curtiss-Wright. “It is
important to provide them with the corporate responsibility and direction to
grow their businesses in support of achieving our aggressive corporate growth
targets. We are very pleased to establish these executive positions as it
lays the ground work for the development of key leadership across the company