Click Bond announces Ronald Michael Felix has joined the company as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
Mr. Felix’s extensive experience includes design, manufacture, assembly, test, certification, and repair of complex components and systems for the aerospace industry. He has made significant contributions in the defense and commercial domains, including: aero and space propulsion systems and components, rotorcraft components, and overhaul and maintenance services. Mr. Felix has demonstrated leadership in strategy, P&L responsibility, workforce development, lean practices, and business management.
“Ron Felix is an exceptional aerospace leader. He’s demonstrated excellent performance and strong character in every role he’s undertaken. Under Ron’s leadership, Click Bond’s operational team and its capabilities will further strengthen. I am confident in our ability to continue enhancing our customers’ competitiveness, delivering them the very best innovation, performance, quality, and value”, said Click Bond President and CEO Karl Hutter.
“I am very excited to join the Click Bond team. It is a terrific company with great capability and solutions that the industry clearly values. The company is growing, and leadership is taking the necessary steps to scale operations smoothly, create value, and adopt modern lean production techniques to meet a demanding market. Click Bond has demonstrated the fortitude to never stop innovating, and to continue its strong commitment to pioneering advanced solutions in a dynamic changing marketplace”, said Ron Felix.
Mr. Felix joins Click Bond from Aerojet Rocketdyne, where he recently served as Vice President & General Manager of the In-Space Propulsion unit, VPGM of the Sacramento site, and VP of Operations Strategy & Integration. Prior to that he served as President of SPX Precision Components. Additionally, he was General Manager of Smiths Aerospace Components, and has held several strategy, operations, program management, and engineering positions at Pratt & Whitney. Mr. Felix holds an MBA in International Business & Finance from the University of Connecticut, and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University.