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TECT Aerospace Promotes Peter Knapper to President

Dépèche transmise le 8 septembre 2010 par PRNewswire

WICHITA, Kansas, September 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- TECT announced the promotion effective today of Peter Knapper to president of TECT Aerospace, Inc. Since joining the TECT family of businesses in 2007, Knapper has served as vice president of operations for both TECT Power and TECT Aerospace. He succeeds Timothy Hassenger who served as president from December 2006 until today.

"Peter Knapper has proven himself to be a dynamic, customer focused business leader who will continue to drive development and implementation of world-class manufacturing and supply chain solutions to the benefit of TECT Aerospace and its customers," said Kenneth Glass, chairman of UCA Holdings, Inc., the parent company of the TECT family of businesses.

Peter Knapper earned his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering technology from the and his MBA at . Prior to joining the TECT family of businesses he served in a series of positions of increasing responsibility with GE Aircraft Engines, Burns Aerospace, Honeywell, Sermatech, and Rolls-Royce Energy Systems. His experience and success in his previous positions enabled Pete to dramatically improve operational and financial performance of both of TECT Aerospace and Power during his tenure as vice president of operations.

Knapper will be based in Wichita and he and his family will relocate to the Wichita area in the near future.

TECT Aerospace is a member of the TECT family of businesses, a privately held group of companies that competes in the airframe and turbine engine manufacturing supply chains. More information on TECT Aerospace and TECT can be found at and respectively or by calling David Nolletti, vice president of strategy, marketing, and business development at +1-828-210-8127.

CONTACT: David Nolletti of TECT Aerospace, +1-828-210-8127,

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