Rockwell Collins on Wednesday announced restructuring within the leadership of its commercial systems business.
(Left to Right: Steve Timm, vice president and general manager, Air Transport Systems; Jeff Standerski, vice president and general manager, Business and Regional Systems; Greg Irmen, vice president and general manager, Flight Information Solutions, Cabin and Electro Mechanical Systems. Photo, courtesy of Rockwell Collins.)
Kent Statler, vice president and chief operating officer of the commercial systems unit, now has three new business leaders reporting to him. Former Vice President of Air Transportation Systems Jeff Standerski has been named vice president and general manager of business and regional systems.
Steve Trimm, former vice president of business and regional systems, will take over Standerski's role as vice president of air transport systems. Greg Irmen will take over for Trimm, in a new role that will consolidate Rockwell Collins' flight information solutions portfolio with the Tustin, Calif.-based cabin and electro mechanical systems portfolio.
Statler said the restructuring will position "the company for long-term growth in these strategic market segments."
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