GEDERA, Israel, November 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
TAT Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: TATT), a leading provider of services and products to the commercial and military aerospace and ground defense industries, today announced that Guy Nathanzon, Chief Financial Officer, has decided to leave the Company in the coming months to pursue new career opportunities. Mr. Nathanzon has served as TAT's CFO since 2015 and is expected to leave during the first quarter of 2018.
The Company is in the process of searching for a new CFO. In the coming several months, Mr. Nathanzon will support an orderly transition of his overall responsibilities.
Mr. Igal Zamir, CEO of the Company, stated: "On behalf of everyone at TAT, I want to thank Guy for his significant contributions to the Company since he joined us in 2015. He played an important role in shaping the direction and performance of the Company and made valuable contributions that we will be able to build on and take to the next level in our ongoing aspiration to become a worldwide leader in our field. I would like to thank Guy for his leadership and service to our Company, and wish him great success in his new professional path."
About TAT Technologies
TAT Technologies is a global OEM and aftermarket solutions company, employing more than 600 employees globally. TAT Technologies supports commercial aviation and government customers through two operating segments: Thermal Management Solutions and Power & Actuation. TAT's Thermal Management Solutions include OEM and aftermarket of thermal management components and systems. TAT's Power & Actuation include aftermarket support (MRO) of APU, Landing Gear and Aero-engines components. TAT Technologies controlling shareholders is FIMI Private Equity Fund. For more information, you are welcome to visit our website: http://www.tat-technologies.com
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Ms. Inna Shpringer
SOURCE TAT Technologies Ltd