Larry Fitzgerald Elected to Board of Directors of Ontario Aerospace Council
Larry Fitzgerald, CEO of RAMPF Composite Solutions, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Ontario Aerospace Council (OAC). In this position, the renowned aerospace engineering expert will support the organization in further promoting the industry’s profile in the global market.
Established in 1993, the OAC is a non-profit organization comprised of over 200 member companies representing over 70 percent of the Ontario aerospace industry employment base. It spans all tiers, business activities, and sizes.
The purpose of the OAC is to enhance and promote the capabilities of Ontario as a leader in the global aerospace market. It organizes events, maintains a capabilities directory for the industry, creates innovate training content, and organizes delegations to various industry trade shows around the globe.
The OAC is doing an outstanding job at promoting the unique capabilities of Ontario’s aerospace industry. It is an honor for me to join such a top-class committee, and I am looking forward to working together with such distinguished experts on shaping the future of the industry.
The OAC‘s Board of Directors is comprised of leaders of a cross-section of the aerospace industry in Ontario, including such companies as Airbus Helicopters, Bombardier, Collins Aerospace, L3Harris, Magellan Aerospace, MHI Canada Aerospace, and Safran Landing Systems.
RAMPF Composite Solutions has been a member of the OAC since 2018. The company based in Burlington, Ontario, provides cutting-edge engineered solutions for aerospace composite manufacturing.
By combining technologies such as Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding (VARTM), Tailored Fiber Placement (TFP), high-performance tooling materials and liquid resin systems, RAMPF makes composite part manufacturing a cost-competitive, one-shot solution.